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Miztli is an actor, writer and comedian trying to make it in the big city. Hailing from Brighton, via Mexico, Miztli completed a degree in Comparative Literature with Film at Kings College London before going on to train as an actor at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she was the recipient of The Ogden Scholarship and John Gielgud Bursary.

Since graduating in 2015, Miztli has worked on a variety of stage, screen and radio projects, including Crown For Christmas- a feature for Hallmark and the world premieres of The Great Divide and Dubailand at The Finborough Theatre. She is currently a company member of Dangerous Space, an all-female Shakespeare company run by world renowned voice coach and director, Barbara Houseman.

In 2016, Miztli started training with The Free Association Improv school and a passion for comedy was born. She is now at the most advanced level at The FA and has also recently joined The Free Association's first ever sketch team, Vice Captains, headed by Steve Dawson of legendary writing trio The Dawson Bros. Miztli is a member of The Soho Theatre Young Company, where she is developing work as part of LADYLIKES sketch duo.

Her first solo show The Pursuit of App-iness was developed with The Soho Theatre Comedy Lab and RADA and made its debut at the 2016 RADA Festival before making its way to the 2017 Camden Fringe. Miztli is currently working on her next solo show and will be taking it to the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. In the meantime, Miztli runs and MC’s two comedy nights; CreativeNights and SketchyLadies. She starting gigging as a stand-up in March 2018.

When she is not acting or writing, Miztli co-hosts Heroine Addicts, a podcast celebrating iconic women both past and present.

Miztli is represented by Dawn Sedgwick Management