Izzie Delman self-identifies as an enthusiasm enthusiast, in all aspects of life and art. During the past two years at UCLA, Izzie has performed in all new plays, while finding a community in classical theater. Blending the two, Izzie is the on the board of the Shakespeare Company of UCLA as the new works director. Izzie has also performed in several student films. In 2022, Izzie received a scholarship through the Undergraduate Scholars Research Program at UCLA to work on a theatrical character study examining Juliet from Romeo and Juliet and Lady Macbeth from Macbeth to explore how women are viewed, primarily through the lenses of “villain” or “ingenue.” Izzie is both starring in and producing a short film currently in production—“The Tin Flute,” directed by Joshua Delman, is set to be released in mid-2023. Since 2018, Izzie has been involved with several scripts in-development, including one being developed for actor Melissa Leo. Izzie has also studied at RADA online and played Young Clifford in Henry VI Part II with Prague Shakespeare Company. As an autistic actor, Izzie strongly believes in making art accessible, and that the biggest truths are hidden in the tiniest moments.