Elizabeth was born in England. She lived in four countries; England, Japan, USA, and Canada. Currently, she is living in Toronto, Ontario. She graduated at Gallaudet University for the Deaf, Liberal Arts, in Washington, D.C. She is a professional actor (recognized by ACTRA and CAEA unions for actors). Elizabeth was most recently in a play done by Cahoots theatre in Toronto and performed at Theatre Passe Muraille called “Ultrasound”. In addition, she has been in a production done by Young People’s Theatre (Toronto) called “Bird Brain”. She was a part of two Deaf theatre tour companies in USA; National Theatre of the Deaf (Hartford, CT) and Quest for Arts (Washington, D.C.). Besides being an actor, she is also an American Sign Language (ASL) coach and consultant for theatres and films. She was an ASL coach for Canadian Stage’s “Tribes”, Stratford Festival’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and Native Earth Performing Arts’ “The Spirit”. As well, she also works as a Deaf Interpreter for theatre productions. She interpreted for a production at National Arts Centre (Ottawa) called “Alice Through the Looking Glass”. She is currently a graduate student at OCAD University studying Inclusive Design. Her research is focused on making live theatres more accessible and inclusive for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, including their families and friends.