Liza Janette Wilk
Actor. Dancer. Model. Voice Over
Liza Janette Wilk grew up in Dallas, Texas with a love for acting and dance, starting at the age of three and has been acting professionally for more than a decade. Liza received a scholarship for acting at Oklahoma City University but soon transferred and received her Bachelors in Theater and Dance from the University of Texas at Austin. She then moved to Los Angeles for an internship with Millennium Films and to train with Lesly Kahn. Liza's break out role was co-starring in a music video with Christina Grimmie in "The Ballad of Jessica Blue."
Liza has trained in Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, New York, Oklahoma, and even Canada. She is classically trained in ballet as well as all styles of dance.
Liza’s career mission is to help tell important stories that will spark a difference in someone’s heart and affect them with love, tenderness, and grace.
Her dream role is to play a passionate, strong, and loving female lead in a WWII film, which is being fulfilled with the role of Emily Hutchins in the inspiring and honorable story, “Walking Point.”