Feliz Ramirez is the second oldest of eight children. At age 4, she landed her first acting gig in a Spanish-language commercial for Paragon Cable. At age 14, Ramirez was cast as the lead role in an independent film, Mia's Story, being shot in San Antonio. Soon after, she realized she wanted to pursue acting as a career.
Ramirez was also a top athlete on all of her sports teams throughout middle school and high school, including volleyball, basketball, softball, and track and field. Leading her high school to two state championships, she went on to sign a full-ride college scholarship to St. Francis College, a Division I school located in Brooklyn, New York. She knew attending a college located in the heart of New York City would open new and exciting doors within the acting world.
While at St. Francis, Ramirez studied film and broadcasting. During her time off, she worked as a model and actress in commercials and student films, eventually being invited to join Primitive Grace, a theatre group led by Paul Calderon and David Zayas. She landed a role in the Off-Broadway production of Fringe of Humanity and was cast in a co-starring role on CBS's Bull. She also worked in the shoe modeling industry resulting in a shoe being named after her: the Steve Madden Feliz.
During her free time, Ramirez enjoys staying active by competing in beach volleyball tournaments, participating in basketball pickup games and hiking. She also enjoys writing poetry and music lyrics, playing the piano, sketching and spending time with her family.