Vivian Lie is a versatile stage and screen actress who told her parents when she was only 9 years old that all she wanted in life was to be an actress. Throughout her teenage and college years she improved her skills while taking intensive acting classes as well as performing in a wide variety of stage productions. Also during this period of her life, Vivian became the lead singer in a pop-rock band and she traveled extensively throughout Europe and South America. But her dream was to be a film actress so she finally moved on her own from her native Brazil to the United States to pursue that dream. Of late, Vivian has been in a number of plays, TV productions, short and feature films including the widely acclaimed comedy short called "Cheese!", which was nominated as best short film at the 2011 Sedona Film Festival. She presently has the starring role in a number of feature films including the drama "Every November" and the action/fantasy "The Legacy of the Tengu". More recently Vivian took on the role of producer/co-writer for the comedic short "Something Better" where she plays the ditsy-matchmaking Miriam. "Something Better" is an official selection of the "Urban Mediamakers Festival".