Comedic Canadian super actress goes on a ‘Karaoke Adventure’ and finds out nobody knows Lisa Simpson in upcoming Funny or Die sketches

December 31, 2013

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Canadian Comedy award winning actress
Lindsay Ames will appear in the Funny or Die sketch comedy videos
“Karaoke Adventure” and “I am Lisa Simpson” featuring Yeardley Smith,
the Emmy winning actress who voices Lisa Simpson on “The Simpsons.” The
videos are slated to release in January 2014 on www.funnyordie.com

From director Andrew Bush (“Roller Town”), “Karaoke Adventure” answers
the question of what happens when a night of karaoke goes awry. Ames is
playing a karaoke patron who reveals an unexpected plot twist.

In “I am Lisa Simpson,” Smith and Ames find themselves in an unlikely
world where no one knows who Lisa Simpson is. Ames plays a customer who
gives Smith a hard time during her comedic identity crisis.

“What an amazing experience it was to work with a legend,” Ames said of
acting alongside Smith. “I always feel lucky and excited to work with
these people because they’re always fun and unique projects. They keep
me on my toes as a performer.”

Bush said, “Lindsay not only has fantastic comedic instincts, she brings
a great energy to set. I’m always excited when I get to work with her.
I am a fan.”

Ames’ recent sketch work punctuates her prolific 2013. The Vancouver
transplant received in November a Best Guest Star nomination for her
role in “Actress” from Channel 101′s annual Channy Awards created by
Emmy winners Dan Harmon and Rob Schrab, who wrote “Monster House” and
co-created “The Sarah Silverman Program.” Ames also acted in the short
films “The Avengers: Unhulked” and “Catfishing!” She’s appeared this
year on Fox’s “New Girl,” the CW’s “Beauty and the Beast,” Channel
101′s “Catlands” and “Baby Mentalist,” “Single Siblings” and “Breaking

Ames has acted in the forthcoming Ben Bolea directed comedy feature,
“Mr. Intangibles.” She’s also appearing in an upcoming CollegeHumor.com sketch, a Bud Light national commercial running during the NFL playoffs
and will star in and produce the 2014 short film, “I Didn’t Know.”

In 2011, Ames won a Canadian Comedy Award for “That Thing That
Happened,” co-starring Josh Saltzman (“This Hour Has 22 Minutes”). She
acted with Saltzman in the Canadian Comedy Award nominee, “The Fish
Bride,” and has been featured on Comedy Central’s “Tosh.O” and “Key and

For more information, visit www.lindsayames.com

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