Use this section to prove Liz is comedically relevant.
All the cool things about Liz in bullet points:
- written/produced/starred in several highly-acclaimed, long-running comedy shows.
- worked with comedic greats Dana Carvey and Robin Williams.
- won the Brian Regan Impression Contest.
- written for George Carlin's website.
- produced many comedy shows. Currently, she runs a monthly showcase at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery in Danville, California.
- had people say have many nice things about her comedy, which you can find in the Ringing Endorsements link. Jim Harbaugh, former coach of the SF 49ers said "Liz made me laugh so hard my sides hurt".
- mixes smart and silly. There are characters and creatures.
Liz Grant's Short-ish Bio
Liz is grateful to have been born to her then impoverished, hippie parents (“I raised them myself”) because they taught her to “think outside the circle”. Amid all the family chaos, they took her to many creative happenings in the SF Bay Area, including puppet shows by weirdos. Her imagination was fired.
Being hyperactive, (diagnosed as “annoying”) she learned to use The Force to channel her energies into a spot-on impression of Smeagol/Gollum from The Hobbit album. This quickly made her the scariest/funniest tomboy dork in the third grade.
As a teenager, comedy was her rock n’ roll thanks to radio show host Alex Bennett (The Quake, 105.3), who produced on air stand-up shows. She’s still inspired by the comic greats who passed through including Dana Gould, Patton Oswalt, Carlos Alazraqui, Jake Johannsen and Brian Regan.
There have been many fits and starts to Liz’s comedy career but she’s f’ing serious about comedy and is done hiding in hopes that someone will discover her! If you know someone who can get her on something that would give her a TV credit (which is the only thing that legitimizes a comic), please do something! Thank you all! XO!