Elizabeth is a New York based actor who began her career in the theatre.  Her first passion in the performing arts was ballet, which she studied until moving to New York City to attend Fordham University at Lincoln Center.  While in college, Elizabeth developed a deep interest in the theatre.  Within her first two years following graduation, she produced and acted in four plays in NYC, two of them were by John Patrick Shanley. More recently, Elizabeth has spent time building out her experience on camera.  Recently, she starred as a series regular alongside Edward Burns on the TV series PUBLIC MORALS  produced by Steven Spielberg. She can be seen in a supporting role in Steve McQueen’s SHAME starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan. Other films include: THE BROOKLYN BANKER alongside Paul Sorvino,  B- SIDE,  THE IDEA OF MANHOOD. Other TV credits include: PERSON OF INTEREST, ELEMENTARY, THE AMERICANS, ROYAL PAINS, AND GOSSIP GIRL. She also  produced and acted in a short film by Neil Labute called GOOD LUCK (IN FARSI) in the Summer of 2016.