Liz Greenwood is a stand-up comedian and actor based in Chicago, IL.
Liz is becoming increasingly recognized for her unique brand of observational humor and deadpan delivery. She regularly performs stand-up comedy throughout Chicago and is a co-producer of Token, a monthly comedic variety show at Alulu Brewpub in Pilsen. Some other recent highlights include:
Cleveland Comedy Festival (Best of the Fest)
Crossroads Comedy Festival (Featured Performer)
San Francisco Sketchfest
Women in Comedy Festival
Out of Bounds Comedy Festival
Orlando Indie Comedy Fest
Burning Bridges Fest (Pittsburgh)
World Series of Comedy (Top 50 Comics)
SheDot Festival (Toronto)
Mad About Comedy (Jakarta, Indonesia)
As an actor, Liz has been featured in Mickey Rourke (Clickhole), the feature film The Pale Man, and the short films Simon Didn't Say, I'm Literally Dying, Hairsterical, Concealed, Uno Game, and What Would the Chinface Say? Her recent theater experience includes work with Redtwist Theatre and Voice of the City, and she regularly improvises with Lance Chance at The Comedy Clubhouse. You may also remember her from appearances on Jeopardy! and Who Wants to be a Millionaire, but probably only if you are one of her parents.
Liz is represented by Babes 'N Beaus Chicago.