Azizah Hayes Rowen Actress (sometimes credited Azizah Hodges; Azizah Hayes) grew up in the Bay Area, and made her stage debut in the musical "Annie" at age seven. Azizah continued doing plays and musicals and at age ten was cast as Princess Kukachin in the main stage production of "Marco Millions" at the American Conservatory Theatre (San Francisco). Two years later, Azizah was again cast in the main stage production of "Right Mind" at the American Conservatory Theatre, and was in the middle of the run when the 1989 earthquake demolished the main stage Geary Theatre. It has since been rebuilt. She made her film debut as the lead character in the feature film "Magic Boat" directed by Martin Higgins (1990). Azizah graduated from the University of Southern California with a BA in theatre, where she was nominated for the Ava Greenwald award, and later continued her studies at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. A founding member of the reputable Workshop 360 theatre company (Los Angeles), Azizah was last seen in 360's production of "Hecuba" as Polyxena. Other notable stage credits include: "Betty's Summer Vacation" (360, LA Premiere) "Vinegar Tom" (360), "Right Mind" (A.C.T.), "Utterances" directed by the late Joe Chaikin (A.C.T.), "Romeo and Juliet" (RADA, London), "Putting Out Fires" (Magic Theatre) and "Time Is On Your Side", a winner of the Young Playwrights Festival (Blank Theatre Company), and readings of “Versus” (Rattlestick, NYC ), “Mulletfingers” (Rattlestick, NYC) and “Sex On the Page” (Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor). Azizah has also studied at 2100 Square Feet in Los Angeles, The Groundlings in Los Angeles, RADA in London, The Barrow Group in New York, Atlantic Acting School in New York, and The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. She is a proud member of SAG/AEA, a recent member of NYWIFT (New York Women In Film and Television) and splits her time between Los Angeles and New York.