Tiwana discusses 5 things that changed her life:
- Joining The Agape International Choir… Where Tiwana found her voice and challenged herself to use it powerfully.
- Getting fired from a job she no longer enjoyed.
- Recognizing how people view her.
- Second City… Learning how to improvise taught her a higher standard of listening and to respond truthfully.
- Being taught to rely on herself and she’d never be disappointed.
Tiwana is a Los Angeles based commercial and television actor, a graduate of The Second City Hollywood, and soon-to-be graduate of the Second City Directing Program. Tiwana makes her directorial debut with four shows in November of 2016.
Tiwana is also the owner of YourVisualAide.com a design firm focused on print media for actors and entertainers.
You can subscribe to her blog ActingLessonsLearned.com, follow her on Twitter at @TiwanaFloyd and on Instagram at Quirkyful. Visit her website TiwanaFloyd.com.
Liz discusses 5 things that changed her life:
- Self-inflicted near-sightedness. How she faked vision problems when she was a kid just to get glasses
- Becoming a teacher instead of a doctor and becoming an actor instead of a teacher
- Visa lottery. How her family won a green card lottery to come live in the United States
- Meeting her husband. Sometimes you just need to eat a sandwich before taking over the world
- A restless artist. Unsure of how to move her career forward yet itching to perform. How a writing assignment in class became a one-person play.
Liz Femi is a Los Angeles based actor who recently appeared in Judd Apatow’s Netflix series “Love” and guest starred opposite David Duchovney in NBC’s Aquarius. She is the writer and performer of the award-winning comedic solo show, “Take Me To The Poorhouse,” and is currently in production on the Netflix feature, A Futile And Stupid Gesture, which comes out in 2017.
You can follow Liz on Twitter and Instagram at @LizFemi and on her website at LizFemi.com.