Aida Delaz was born in Spain to Cuban parents but was raised in Southern California. Thanks to this she is multicultural and bi-lingual. She has always loved acting. She moved to Chicago to pursue her passion at DePaul University in The Theater School. She encountered improv and went on to perform at The Second City, developed an ear for dialects in English and Spanish language and discovered her fascination for movement studies. She will be graduating with a BFA in Acting and a BA in Spanish in the spring. Some of her favorite Theater School credits include, The Trojan Women, Esperanza Rising, and The House of Bernarda Alba.
During her free time she serves as a Spanish tutor for children and young adults at Vida Learning Center. She recently worked on a reading of Conduct of Life for Goodman Theater’s Celebration of Latino/a Artists. This summer she can be seen in Cor Theater’s production of Good Person of Szechuan. She loves reading comic books, working her stage makeup skills, writing solo pieces, and dancing to all music.