Flor De Liz is a NYC-based actor and writer, originally from the Dominican Republic, who’s left pieces of her heart in London, France, Ireland, Prague, Nicaragua, and North Carolina (to name a few places she’s lived and/or visited). She received her MFA in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/PlayMakers Repertory Company, where she earned an invitation into the Frank Porter Graham Honor Society for her outstanding service for the University and graduate program as an acting instructor and coach. Her B.A. from Bucknell University is in English, Theatre and French, and she has trained at the London Dramatic Academy under Richard Digby Day and at the Guthrie Theater under Ken Washington.
Favorite regional credits at PlayMakers Repertory include All My Sons with Ellen McLaughlin (dir. Davis McCallum), Pride and Prejudice (dir. Timothy Douglas), In the Continuum (dir. Liesl Tommy) and Nicholas Nickleby (dirs. Joseph Haj/Tom Quaintance).
Film and TV credits include playing the Belly button Pleasure Girl in the award-winning indie film One Number 2 (Flexible Frame Productions) and co-starring on The Good Wife (CBS).
Flor De Liz volunteers with the 52nd Street Project, acting, mentoring, and dancing with the kids of Hell’s Kitchen.
NYC is now wooing the remainder of her heart.