Taissa Zveiter is a vibrant and versatile Latinx-American actor. Born in Arizona to Jewish-Brazilian parents and raised in Brazil, Taissa embodies a unique blend of cultural influences. Her dynamic performances are infused with depth and authenticity, setting her apart in the entertainment industry.
Her journey in the arts began with a strong foundation in dance, which she pursued for over a decade in Brazil. This background in dance undoubtedly contributed to her discipline, expressiveness and physicality as a performer. After intensive training in the Meisner technique and theater studies at Mesa College, in Arizona, her stage presence blossomed. Her performance in the musical production "Curtains" earned her critical acclaim with the Phoenix New Times. Then her portrayal of Mary Warren in "The Crucible" showcased her exceptional range, earning her the Theater Outback’s award for Best Supporting Actress.
Transitioning seamlessly to the screen, Taissa continues demonstrating her adaptability and talent in diverse mediums. Her noteworthy performances include the role of Daisy Rodriguez opposite Greta Lee in AppleTV's highest rated drama "The Morning Show," Maureen in Hulu’s acclaimed mini-series "Pam & Tommy," Kerry in ABC's prime-time drama "9-1-1." Taissa's talents are also timeless with her portrayal of roles in the period feature film "First Oscar" opposite veteran-actor Michael Lerner and in "The Offer," a series about the making of 'The Godfather' movies, alongside well-known actors Giovanni Ribisi and Miles Teller, showcases her growing cinematic repertoire and further indicates her rising prominence in the industry.
Her on-screen charisma is further evidenced by her work in commercials and promotions for leading brands such as Toyota, Apple, Alaska Airlines, Amazon, and Google, proving her appeal in both artistic and commercial spheres.
"Keep an eye on Taissa Zveiter ... as visually captivating as Salma Hayek..."
Phoenix New Times