Fizaa Dosani (she/her) is a stand-up comic, actor, and writer currently residing in Los Angeles. This funny comedian has toured widely and performs regularly on well-known stages around the world. On screen, she has had roles in acclaimed movies and TV shows such as Netflix's Dear White People, FX's Snowfall, and ABC's How To Get Away With Murder. Most recently, Fizaa played "Seema" on FOX's Pivoting and "Jules" on CBS's S.W.A.T.
In 2017, Fizaa created Facial Recognition Comedy (FRC) as a response to tokenism and underrepresentation in arts and media. FRC is now a nationally touring stand-up comedy show with bicoastal residencies in LA and NYC, as well as a podcast of the same name, which she co-hosts. Fizaa was named as an up-and-coming comedian and actor by The New York Times in an article listing Facial Recognition Comedy as one of the top 5 shows they were most excited to see at the 2018 New York Comedy Festival. In January 2020, Fizaa performed with FRC at the San Francisco Sketchfest for her third year in a row. The show has also been mentioned in Deadline, Daily Beast, Vulture, Screen Rant, Backstage, and more.
Fizaa was selected as a winner of Clubhouse's inaugural Creator First program in 2021. In addition to producing and hosting her pilot, the app ordered 12 episodes for the first season of FRC in the Facial Recognition Comedy Club. The show became one of the first social audio series of its kind on any social media platform.
She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.