About Faye

Originally raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Faye Viviana’s first passion was dance. At age 15, she moved to New York City to study at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre as a full scholarship student. While she was 16, she was invited to join the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company (now ABT II).  As a professional dancer, she was invited to be a guest artist at the Nutmeg Conservatory in Connecticut and at Holland Dance Festival in the Hague, Holland. After suffering from a career ending knee injury in 2007, she has focused her time and attention on acting and feels blessed to have found another art form she can be passionate about. She has trained in Uta Hagen, Lee Strasberg, and Meisner acting technique  at schools in both Los Angeles and New York. She has found a long term training home at Beverly Hills Playhouse in the advanced class. Professionally, she has appeared in Longmire (A&E), Castle (ABC), and Sullivan & Sons (TBS), as well as worked in numerous independent films and music videos in New Mexico and Los Angeles. In 2013, she started Undercover Bitch Productions with Haley Sims. UBP’s first short film “GRACE” was accepted into 27 film festivals, nominated 19 times, and won 7 awards. She also started her own production company Shibby Revolution, which has multiple projects in development. Personally, she is a passionate dance teacher and choreographer, loves to cook, read, and be a nerd.