Tracy Hazas is a stage/screen actor based in Los Angeles. SAG-e/AEA. Represented by KMR Talent.

TRACY HAZAS (SAG-e/AEA) is a Cuban-American actress from Louisville, Kentucky now based in Los Angeles. Hazas rhymes with the Spanish casas.

New to LA, Tracy has performed at various NYC theaters including New York City Center, Dixon Place, Theater for the New City, and HERE Arts Center. She's worked on immersive theater productions with Punchdrunk and Elastic City; collaborated on performance projects with DreamLab (dir. Niegel Smith) and performance artist Susana Cook; and been featured in physical theatre projects by choreographers Charles Moulton and Annie Loui. Regionally, she has performed at the Aurora Theatre Company and CenterREP in the Bay Area, as well as Theaterworks (Colorado), Company of Angels (LA), VoxTheater (NH) and other venues. 

Tracy has taught at Stanford University in the Department of Theater and Performance Studies and in Emerson College's entertainment-focused program in Los Angeles. BA, Smith College (Comparative Literature & Spanish); MA, NYU Tisch School (Performance Studies); MFA, UC Irvine (Acting).

NEWS: In spring 2016, Amy Freed's The Monster-Builder was named Best Production by the Bay Area Theatre Critics' Circle. Tracy played the ambitious young architect Rita in this show that ran at the Aurora Theatre Company.

That spring also saw the run of Oh, What a Lovely War! at Stanford. Tracy trained the cast in physical theater techniques and contributed to production movement design.

In summer 2016, Tracy signed for voiceover and commercial representation with KMR in Los Angeles. That November she teamed up with A&R Management.

In spring 2017, Tracy was cast in an Xbox commercial directed by Jody Hill and starring Danny McBride. She also booked an Uber spot for the Spanish market and appeared in a music video for the Sundance hit BAND AID, directed by Zoe Lister-Jones.