Ivyann Schwan

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Ivyann Schwan
Born (1983-11-14) November 14, 1983 (age 30)
Seattle, Washington, United States
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1989–present

Ivyann Schwan (born November 14, 1983) is an American actress and singer who starred in the movies Parenthood and Problem Child 2. She was in Bill Nye the Science Guy, a scientific comedy, as a person in the experiments. Ivyann was featured on The Jenny Jones Show, TV's Entertainment Tonight on four different occasions and was twice a guest on Live with Regis & Kathie Lee . Ivyann has been on stage in such productions as Miracle on 34th street and The Sound of Music, one observer said she was a real trouper. She has kept busy over the past few years modeling for newspaper and magazine advertisements and television commercials for such firms as J.C. Penney and Kellogs Rice Krispies and performing with Olympic World Champion figure skaters in Sun Valley, Georgia. She co-narrated a two-hour charity ice special and emceed a concert for The New Kids on the Block. But she enjoys most is singing. She is in the studio several times a year in Orlando, Florida working with Fred Frank at his Roadshow Music Corporation, a company with a gold and platinum track record. Here she works with Teddy Randazzo, a veteran songwriter. A highlight in her singing career was when she was invited to sing the National Anthem, opening the televised basketball games for the Seattle Supersonics. Ivyann had her first album called Daisies under her name Ivyann, and it was released in 2000.

In a reunion of the cast of Parenthood in 2012, Ivyann revealed that she was now a mother with a "little one running around at home."[1]

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