Mini Bio (1)
Azize Erim was born in London and raised in Turkey. She moved to Washington, DC in 2006. Dual citizens of both British and Turkish and a Green Card holder in the USA. When she was living in Washington, DC, she did improv comedy. In 2014 Azize moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting professionally. As soon as she moved to LA, Azize undertook acting technique and improv classes at Playhouse West Acting School and Repertory Theater. In less than a year after she moved to LA, Azize produced her own first short movie "The Rage Against Peace" (She got nominated for "Best Actress in Supporting Role" at Playhouse Film Festival); played in a number of commercials; cast as the lead for several short films, supporting roles for several future films. The short movie "Conscience" where she played the lead role was accepted to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. In 2015 she met Margie Haber and started taking classes from her. She also started working there as Assistant Teacher for kids classes. She is a regular student of Margie Haber herself. She is also taking improv and writing classes at UCB and commercial classes at Killian's Commercial Workshop. Azize constantly collaborates, creates and produces projects.
In 2016 she co-founded the "Broken English" sketch comedy channel on YouTube. With her partner Xenia LeBlanc they write, produce, direct and act in their comedy sketches. Their sketches went to several festivals and featured on platforms like Funny or Die and Whohaha.
Azize is also a philanthropist. In 2016, she became a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for a foster kid. She actively works with her CASA kid to make kid's life better. She also volunteers for animal shelters and does improv for kids at the hospitals.
She is bilingual in English and Turkish. Her accents are Middle Eastern, French, Eastern European, Russian. Her ethnic looks and performances include Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Russian, European, Hispanic.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Azize Erim