30s, American
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Liz is a Californian-born & raised actress, improviser and stand-up comedian, based in London, who has received multiple recent nominations for her comedy performances, including being a finalist in the 2021 British Comedy Guide Pro Performance Awards and a nominee in the 2021 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Awards.  In 2019 she was a finalist in the Funny Women UK Awards and nominated for a BBC Radio 4 New Comedy Award.  She was listed as one of 10 stand up comedians in Union Jack Radio's 'Ones to Watch' in 2022, nominated by some of the country's best promoters. 

She is a member of ‘The Free Association’, which Time Out has dubbed "the improv comedy super group." During lockdown in July 2020, she performed in their new musical improv show ‘Starry Starry Eyes’ as part of NextUp Comedy Festival. She is also a member of ‘Summer Camp’, the Free Association's Queer improv team who were featured in a commercial campaign for Wrigley's in 2019. Liz makes regular appearances throughout the year in both Starry, Starry Eyes and Summer Camp shows at The Free Association's theatre in Haggerston, as well as in their residencies at Battersea Arts Centre, VAULT Festival, and 21 Soho.

Television highlights include CBBC’s Victorian drama series ‘Hetty Feather’, Channel 4’s ‘For the Love of Cars’ and most recently in HBO's hit sci-fi comedy series 'Avenue 5'. 

Liz has worked extensively as a voiceover artist, having lent her voice to commercial campaigns for Amazon, King’s Candy Crush Soda Saga, as well as demanding character work in video games like ‘Pillars of Eternity II’. Liz trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.  She also sings and plays the piano. 

Liz has an impressive vocal range.  She has a naturally upbeat & sunny Californian accent, but can also deliver an understated, wry comedic voice that she uses in her stand-up.

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Avenue 5 (TV, 2022) – 'Kris (Mom voter)', HBO
Starry Starry Eyes (Theatre, 2020-2021) – Musical Improviser/Liza Minnelli, NextUp Comedy Festival & Battersea Arts Centre (The Free Association)
LGBTQFA (Theatre, 2020) – Improviser, Battersea Arts Centre/Vaults Festival (The Free Association)
Hetty Feather (TV, 2018) – 'Florence', CBBC
For the Love of Cars (TV, 2015) – Triumph Stag episode, Channel 4

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