Lilly Singh graces the cover of AdWeek's Super Bowl Issue
Award-Winning YouTube Personality and comedian Lilly Singh graced the cover of AdWeek's Super Bowl issue in support of her leading role in Olay’s second-ever Super Bowl spot. The Olay commercial served as an important push towards inclusivity as it aimed to have more women see themselves represented on the biggest stage in advertising. As the host of NBC’s A Little Late With Lilly Singh, Singh is the only female to host a late-night show on one of the big four networks. She has also been named one to TIME’s 30 Most Influential People on the Internet, Forbes’ 30 Under 30, and Fast Company's Most Creative People. At speaking engagements she is heralded for her candor and comedy, offering hilarious, empowering, and informative conversations about her career, diversity, activism, pop culture and more.
Lilly Singh is a multi-faceted entertainer, actress, producer, writer and creator. She is the host of “A Little Late with Lilly Singh,” her NBC late-night talk show that premiered on September 16, 2019. She is also an executive producer as part of her company, Unicorn Island Productions.
A leading force in the digital world, she has amassed a global audience of over 36 million followers across her social media channels, where she writes, produces and stars in comedic and inspirational videos.
In 2018, Lilly appeared in Ramin Bahrani’s Emmy nominated HBO film Fahrenheit 451 opposite Michael Shannon and Michael B. Jordan. She has also appeared in the feature films Ice Age: Collision Course and Bad Moms.
Lilly is a New York Times best-selling author with her book How to be a Bawse: A Guide to Surviving Conquering Life. She has collaborated with Selena Gomez, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jimmy Fallon, Bill Gates, Michelle Obama, Zendaya and Priyanka Chopra among others. Singh starred in and produced her own YouTube Red feature length film, A Trip to Unicorn Island, in 2016.
A successful entrepreneur, Singh released her own best-selling signature lipstick called BAWSE with Smashbox and has collaborated with Calvin Klein, Pantene and Olay. Singh was named in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Hollywood & Entertainment list, Fast Company’s Most Creative People and TIME named her one of the most influential people on the internet.
In 2017, UNICEF appointed Lilly as one of their Goodwill Ambassadors. As a prominent voice and activist for women’s rights and girls’ access to education, Singh created her #GirlLove initiative to inspire positivity among women in order to better support each other’s voices and encourage upward mobility.
Lilly currently resides in Los Angeles, California and was born in Toronto, Canada.