Lori Alan

Lori Alan is best known for his roles as Diane Simmons on Family Guy, Pearl the Whale on SpongeBob: Squarepants, Sue Richards – The Invisible Woman on Marvel Comics’ The Fantastic Four, Bonnie’s Mom in the Toy Story series, The Boss in the Metal Gear Solid video game trilogy, Momma in Henry Hugglemonster, and Mother’s Sadness in Inside Out.

Lori’s voice has also been heard in Wall-e, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Monster’s University, Stroker and Hoop, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, The Wild Thornberrys, Cow and Chicken, Johnny Bravo, and Animaniacs.

Lori was a longtime member of New York’s Gotham City Improv (Groundlings East), and her  television credits include appearances on Bones, The League, Southland, CSI, 90210, Grey’s Anatomy, Law and Order, NCIS (both LA and the original), Workaholics, and The Tick.

Lori lives in Los Angeles with the love of her life, Sir Philip Bumble, her 4-legged, “soulmate” Bichon-Lhasas Apso mix, who was covered in gasoline when she rescued him at a mobile station. In the true spirit of activism, one of Lori’s sole purposes is to fight for the end of the dog meat trade in the U.S. and Asia by raising awareness of the brutal and illegal trafficking of dogs. Lori also sits on the board of Pickle Pants Dog Rescue in Los Angeles, which focuses on rescuing, rehabing, and re-homing animals otherwise set for death row from high kill shelters. Lori is a celebrity supporter of the Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) a national nonprofit organization working to end the use of animals for food through public education and grassroots activism. Her other hobbies include singing in the shower- or anywhere for that matter-, discovering new gluten-free cookies, and trying to switch to decaf.

Lori Alan will be appearing on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. She will be signing autographs all 3 days. There is a fee of $20 per Autograph. She will be taking part in Q&A’s / Panels all weekend long. 


Lori Alan will be appearing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Booth 519.


Lori Alan autographs are $20.