Lizzy 

   Jutila
 

“She successfully and simultaneously embodies the internal voice in our heads as well as the big picture commentator on the human experience”    

 -Center on the Aisle

"Lizzy Jutila expresses her rage in a stunning scene of raw physicality"

-The Variety 

 "She proves her emotional and athletic range in a solo moment of onstage explosion"

-TheatreMania 

ACTOR 

        SAG-AFTRA

                         AEA  

 "...One of the most riveting scenes involves #00 (Lizzy Jutila) ...pushes the drama to a new peak of moving intensity , signaling a supple shift in Mood..." (The Wolves) 

-The Hollywood Reporter 

 

Filipino Finnish American Performer with a passion for theatre, television and physically demanding projects. 

Wisconsin --->NYC 

  

2016-2017 Obie & Drama Desk Winner  

I'm grateful for your interest in my work. To get a grasp on my background , I encourage you to browse through these pages and read my bio below. 

 

I was raised in Barron, Wisconsin. My parents were farmers, factory workers, carpenters, and now small business owners . They showed me what hard work looks and feels like. 
 

My education includes graduating from Interlochen Arts Academy for theater in 2011 and earning a  B.F.A in Actor Training at The Hartt School, University of Hartford 2015.

 

I have had honor to sing at Carnegie Hall at the age of 17 with a National Honors Choir, originate the role of #00 in the Obie and Drama Desk Award winning (and Pulitzer nominated) play "The Wolves" by Sarah Delappe 2016-2018 and make appearances in a variety of television shows over the last few years. 

When I am not performing, you'll find me cycling around NYC streets, looking for late night dance spots or in front of the stove whipping up 

One of the most riveting scenes involves #00 (Lizzy Jutila), the taciturn goalkeeper, a high-functioning loner whose performance anxiety is so acute she throws up before each match. She stays late at one point and puts herself through a punishing solo practice routine that pushes the drama to a new peak of moving intensity, signaling a supple shift in mood.

- The Hollywood Reporter