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About Liz

Liz Vera is a bilingual actress, artist and poet who has appeared in films, TV Series, commercials, print ads and theater. Made her theatrical debut at the Guadalupe Theater in the play (Chato's Bridge). Made her Austin Shakespeare debut in Lorca's Cante Jondo (Deep Song). Plays the role of Anam in the feature film Cuerpo and plays the role of Alma DeLeon McCannon in the film These Hands Were Made For Knockn'. Has poems published by Jazz Poets of San Antonio, Voces Cósmicas Chapbook Traficando en la Palabra, Voices de la Luna Magazine and Catch The Next Journal.
Liz is a member of Voces Cósmicas.


  • These Hands Were Made For Knockn'

    These Hands Were Made For Knockn'
    Film (short) by Director Laura Herring Alma DeLeon McCannon After losing his title match, a dispirited boxer must reconnect to his family legacy in order to overcome his demons and get back in the ring.

  • Cuerpo

    Film by Director Mark A. Zuniga Anam Itztli has grown up watching his tribe disappear as the Spanish colonists take over his land. Too proud to convert, Itztli sets off to lay claim to his own land, but he'll soon discover the roots he protects grow from forbidden ground.

  • Alita Battle Angel

    Alita Battle Angel
    Film by Director Robert Rodriguez Stand-in (Alita/Rosa Salazar) A deactivated cyborg's revived, but can't remember anything of her past and goes on a quest to find out who she is.


  • Filmocracy Award Best Short Film (Narrative)

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