Eliza was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She graduated from Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts with a Drama Specialist. She then attended the Theatre and Drama Studies program at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts (Theatre Specialist, English Major) from the University of Toronto and an Acting Diploma from Sheridan College. Eliza is now an actor, writer and artist educator living in Toronto. Eliza's recent credits include Isabella in The Changeling -a staged reading with Shakespeare BASH'd, Molly in the Lower Ossington Theatre's Peter and The Starcatcher, Petandra in Paul and Petandra in the 2016 InspiraTO Festival (Peoples' Choice Award), Gloria in Hart House Theatre's Boeing Boeing, Hedvig in Re:Current Theatre's the Wild Duck Project, Cecily in Hart House Theatre's The Importance of Being Earnest, Messala in Spur-Of-The-Moment Shakespeare Collective's Julius Caesar Project (2014 Toronto Fringe Festival), Hellena in The Rover, Mary Warren in The Crucible (Theatre Erindale) as well as u/s Louise in Gypsy (Hangar Theatre), Emily in Bodies and Patricia in Hiding Like Elephants (Hangar Wedge Series). Eliza starred in Seven to Forty Cinema's short film No Connection, which was an Official Selection of 2016 GCN Film Festival, 2016 Future of Film Showcase and 2016 Korean International Expat Film Festival.
Eliza workshopped her one-woman show O, an exploration of Hamlet’s Ophelia as an early version in 2014 before creating and developing O in partnership with Ali Joy Richardson in the 15th annual Paprika Festival in 2016. The show has since been performed at the Artscape Wychwood Barns in November 2017. Her second solo show Harvey & The Extraordinary was workshopped in July 2017 under the direction and dramaturgical support of Neil Silcox, and is set to return in the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival. Eliza is a co-founder of Re:Current Theatre, an alumna of the 2013 Hangar Theatre Lab Academy in Ithaca, New York, and a graduate of the Theatre and Drama Studies program at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. When not on-stage she can be found working with children and youth as an ECA, teaching as an Actor-Educator with Shakespeare in Action, teaching with Purple Carrots Drama Studio or running her own initiative Queen Bees Arts Education. Eliza’s other interests include yoga, art, camping, ballet and semi-constant tea drinking. She enjoys spending time reading, hanging out with any one of her five siblings, or giving love to her grumpy rescue cat, Tilly.