FourFourSeconds ago, the news broke that Aimees Louise Woods had been cast in the new comedy The Simpsons: Tapped Out.
Aimeez is a writer for the comedy podcast The Beat and the co-creator of The Simpsons Podcast, as well as the cohost of The Beat’s podcast, The Simpsons.
A couple weeks ago, Woods was announced to be joining the cast of the new sitcom The Simpsons, the latest addition to the Simpson family.
Woods, who also voices The Simpsons’ Bart Simpson, is a rising comedy writer and actor who is currently writing and producing a pilot script for the upcoming film, The Best Thing in Life Is Wrong With Me.
In addition to being a comedy creator, Woods has a long career as an actress, including roles on such shows as The Sopranos, The Sopanos: A Very Murray Christmas, and Mad About You.
Woodlands first television role was on the comedy series The Best Things in Life are Wrong with Me, which aired from 2008 to 2009.
In that role, Woods starred alongside her sister, Michelle, as the title character.
In the pilot, Woods plays Lisa Simpson’s mother.
Woods has also appeared on such projects as Parks and Recreation, Friends, and The Simpsons and also worked on the Disney Channel series, Happy Endings.
Woods has recently been signed on to guest star in the comedy comedy series, The Bart Simpson Show, which is slated to air on Fox starting on May 15.
The series is directed by Josh Groban and will feature guest voices from writers like Will Ferrell, Matt Walsh, and Bill Murray.
In 2017, Woods received a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Lisa Simpson in the Netflix series The Simpsons Movie.
She also has a comedy musical on the way that is slated for release later this year.
The Simpsons is currently airing on Fox.
The Best thing in life is wrong with me is currently available on Netflix and Hulu.
Simpsons Season 9 premieres on Fox on May 7, 2018.