Vivian Bang…

is currently “Sun” on POPTV’s Swedish Dicks with Peter Stormare, Keanu Reeves, and Johan Glans.  She was on TBS hit comedy series Sullivan & Son, produced by Vince Vaughn for 3 seasons. Was also known for her supporting role as “Soo-Mi” in the Warner Bro’s hit comedy feature Yes Man, starring Jim Carrey.

Vivian’s film credits include: Memoirs of a Geisha, Boy Toy, Little Black Book, Robot Stories, Henry Fool, and the 2006 Oscar-nominated short Our Time Is Up. NY’s Indie Fest’s  Best Actress for  leading role in Bipolar & Cheese as well as Best Actress award for the Asian Ame Film Lab short  Elizabeth Ong Is Missing.

Her TV credits include:  Epix’s Get Shorty, Freeform’s  Famous In Love, NBC’s – AtoZ, MTV’s- Status Updates, ABC’s-  Better Off Ted, Numb3rs, House M.D., Kath & Kim, How I Met Your Mother, Monk, Sex & The City, The Corner, Becker.

Theater credits include: recently chosen artist at NOW festival 2017 for REDCAT Theater in her own piece called Can You Hear Me/ LA 92, world premiere of Velina Hasu Houston’s Calling Aphrodite, and the Off Broadway Obie-nominated Benton Kozo at the Flea Theater (NY). As an original member of NY’s Big Art Group, Vivian Bang has performed internationally with Shelf-Life & Flicker including:  Festival d’Automne à Paris,  P.S. 122 (NY), The Walker Arts Center (Minneapolis), The Wexner Center (Columbus), Pan Pan Theatre Symposium (Dublin), Fresh Terrain/UT (Austin), The Warhol Museum (Pittsburg), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt), Kaiitheatre (Brussels), Sommerszene (Salzburg).

She is an alumni of New York University (Tisch School of Performing Arts).

Fun fact- She auditioned for NYU playing the dramatic role of Blanche Du Bois from Streetcar Named Desire with a full southern dialect. She had the teenager naivete that she could be anyone and act any age. She was awarded a scholarship admission.