Zara Mizrahi is one of the 19 people born and raised in Los Angeles, California. A childhood of Looney Tunes and The Three Stooges produced an unapologetic clown who eventually started writing jokes of her own, leaving unsuspecting family members and random homeless people giggling as they passed.

Then she took to the stage. As a child model who later developed an appetite, she turned to music and singing and formed Antidote, a Damian-Rice-meets-Slipknot new-age funk band for tweens. She learned piano, guitar, bass and drums, and is now moderately proficient in the electric triangle. Zara is also a trained singer with a tenor-soprano range, which makes spontaneous musical theater and prank calls very fun.

Zara began acting at 16 years old and trained in dramatic and comedic technique. Her breakout role, a short film about a 16-year-old actress who trained in dramatic and comedic technique, launched her career. She began writing sketches and gained minor notoriety in the world of DMV training videos.

Shortly afterward, Zara’s brother dared her to try stand-up comedy. Because she happens to love life and is incapable of regret, she accepted the challenge. She now performs stand-up every night, hosts and produces shows all over Los Angeles, and appears on various podcasts and sketches.


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