Ali Stroker, born June 16, 1987, is an actress and singer. She also was a contender and runner-up of the second season of The Glee Project and guest starred on Glee in 2013.

Personal Life

Ali has been a New York City actress and singer for more than three quarters of her life. She is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, concentration in drama. Ali is paralyzed from the chest down due to a car accident, and has used a wheelchair since she was two-years-old. She strives to inspire other people with disabilities who want to pursue a career in performance to follow their dreams. She's a strong swimmer, and learns to surf with the group Life Rolls On.

Stroker is in a relationship with former Glee Project contender Dani Shay.


She originally auditioned for The Glee Project at the New York City open casting call.

Stroker had an appearance on Glee as Betty, Emma's niece, in "I Do" Shay also made an uncredited appearance in the episode, however, you have to look close to find her.[1]

The Glee Project


  • True Colors (Audition Song)
  • Here's To Us (Actability)
  • Popular (Glee-ality)

Solos (In Duets)

  • Last Friday Night (Abraham) (Adaptability)

Solos (In a group number)

  • Born This Way (Individuality)
  • We Got The Beat (Dance-ability)
  • My Life Would Suck Without You (Vulnerability)
  • I Wanna Sex You Up (Sexuality)
  • You Oughta Know (Adaptability)
  • Now That We Found Love (Fearlessness)
  • I Hope I Get It (Theatricality)
  • Survivor (Tenacity)
  • More Than Words (Romanticality)
  • Addicted To Love (Actability)
  • You Can't Stop The Beat (Glee-ality)


  • She has been in a wheelchair since she was age 2. She was paralyzed from the chest down due to a car crash.
  • She holds the national record in wheelchair racing.
  • She sings in Mezzo-Soprano.
  • She is friends with Megan Hilty from Smash.
  • She has a younger sister named Tory and an older brother named Jake.
  • She is also in the short film I Was a Mermaid and Now I'm a Pop Star in 2011.
  • She is also part of the post production of Cotton.


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