LIZ ANDERSON is an actor, writer, director, producer, arts educator and consultant. Her credits include: Trauma (NBC); the West Coast premiere of Project: Lohan, and Manic Pixie Dream Girl; the upcoming web seriesSanFranLand; commercials for General Electric, US Cellular, PG&E, and Google Chrome’s 2012 April Fools Day Video. She served as an Artistic Company member at BRAVA! For Women in the Arts, and as an artist-in-residence for many California schools, including the San Francisco Academy of Arts and Sciences. She created the Shakespeare for Literacy Program through L.A.’s Best for use in LAUSD and has received grants from the California Arts Council and the Miranda Lux foundation in recognition of her work using art as a pedagogical catalyst. A graduate of the NYU Tisch theater program, Ms. Anderson received the NYU-Stonestreet Award for excellence in acting and producing. She is a four time California State Arts Scholar in Theater & Creative Writing, a 2011 Kevin Spacey Foundation Emerging Artist, and a 2012 recipient of the Women in Film Los Angeles/Netflix, Film Finishing Fund Grant. Anderson has trained with Stonestreet Studios, the Atlantic Theater Company in NY, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London and is a Semester At Sea alumna. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, and AEA.
On Set for SanFranLand
Liz, Chrissy and Ashley at the SanFranLand Fundraiser