Ramiz Monsef

Ramiz Monsef is a member of the 2019-20 Geffen Writers Room at The Geffen Playhouse. Most recently, his play, The Ants, was selected to be part of the 2020 Ojai Playwrights Conference. He is also co-author of the hit musical The Unfortunates which was produced at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and ACT in San Francisco. He wrote that show’s accompanying graphic novel as well. He also co-wrote The Many Deaths Of Nathan Stubblefield, which had its premiere in the 2017 Humana Festival at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville. His play 3 Farids was part of the Bushwick Starr Reading Series, the New Works Festival at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Playwrights Horizons, and the DNA Series at La Jolla Playhouse. Ramiz is an actor as well, and has appeared at theatres across the country including: The Mark Taper Forum, The Geffen Playhouse, The Kirk Douglas, Berkeley Rep, Yale Rep, ACT, Seattle Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Lookingglass, seven seasons at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Second Stage (NYC), The Culture Project (NYC), and New York Theatre Workshop. On television, he has appeared on Law & Order, Training Day, NCIS, SEAL Team, Modern Family, Kidding, Shameless, Young Sheldon, and The Watchlist on Comedy Central. He is also in the film Synchronic.