Liz Stewart

Liz Stewart began her performing arts career in third grade when she portrayed the school Christmas play’s villain, Enid. Enid was a witch bent on revenge and destruction. She sang and danced whilst robbing villagers of their Christmas spirit. Although Enid was defeated in the end, Liz emerged triumphant, having found her calling. Liz studied theater and opera at the University of Houston. There, she worked with notable instructors such as Sir Peter Hall (Royal Shakespeare Company), Jose Quintero, and Pulitzer Prize winner, Edward Albee. A critically acclaimed improviser, Liz continued her education by graduating from Second City and currently studies at the Groundlings. Liz is also an established stand up, having performed throughout much of the country. Liz has been a recurring comedian for the Reelz Channel, TV Guide Network, and most recently was featured on NuvoTV’s “Stand Up and Deliver”. You can also hear her on Sirius XM Radio (SLO Comedy Festival: Best of the Fest). As a founding member of the award-winning sketch group Frog Island, Liz has produced several winning shorts for NBC's "It's Your Show" competition and SyFy's "Viral Video Showdown," sold a webseries ("Pacino & Pacino Talent Agency") to Comedy Central's, accumulated millions of hits on YouTube, and performed at venues like the Westside Comedy Theatre, the Comedy Central Stage, and the Hollywood Improv. Liz co-wrote and produced the sketch comedy pilot "Loading Zone," which won Best Variety Show at the Independent Television Awards, and wrote the pilot "Paranormalcy”. Liz has written web series content for both Babelgum and Ztudio Productions. Liz also directed as well as acted in the short, "A Toast to Green Lantern", starring TJ Miller ("Silicon Valley") and Cooper Barnes ("Henry Danger").  She also appeared in the award winning drama, "I Am That Girl" which also stars Pedro Pascal from "Game of Thrones" and Grace Rowe ("Grey's Anatomy). With reviews like, "Wry", "Delicious", and "I hope you die in a house fire," Liz Stewart is not to be missed.

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