Liza studied acting at New York City's Neighborhood Playhouse under the guidance of the famous coach Sanford Meisner. Snyder's maternal grandmother was an actress/consumer reporter Betty Furness. She has appeared in theatrical films such as Pay It Forward, She is well for the role of Christine Hughes on…more
Some of Liza's hobbies include jogging, cooking, writing, music, hockey and hiking with her dogs.
Liza suffers from arachnophobia, which means a fear of spiders.
Liza's favorite flowers are red roses.
Liza enjoys vacationing in Las Vegas and Hawaii.
As a child, Liza enjoyed camping.
As a child Liza studied ballet and wanted to become a professional dancer.
Some of Liza's favorite foods include meatloaf, Chinese, and milk shakes.
Liza: (on her character on the show 'Jesse') A role like this is great fun to play, because Linda always spoke her mind, which at times could be very annoying to Jesse. But I loved the fact that Linda always told the truth, which in the end is the best kind of friend to have.
Liza: The original season of Sirens on ABC was a tremendous experience for me. It was my first job as a series regular, and it was a great honor to work with such talented actors. The characters were well defined and well written, which made the show very challenging, but extremely rewarding. Doing an hour long drama is such a different experience from a half hour sitcom. Without the instant gratification of a live audience, you have to trust more in your instincts as an actor, and just hope that you have done a scene justice.
Liza: (on CBS's support of 'Yes, Dear') I really feel like we have a network that believes in the show and is behind the show and will support the show. That's what a sitcom needs these days to survive before the Tribal Council speaks.