Vivian Bang

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Vivian Bang
Vivian Bang
Born ca 1982/1983
Seoul, South Korea
Nationality American, Korean
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000 — present

Vivian Bang (born ca 1983/83) is an American actress of Korean descent.

Bang is known for her supporting role as "Soo-Mi" in Yes Man, the Warner Brothers comedy starring Jim Carrey, Bang's film credits include Boy Toy, Memoirs of a Geisha, Little Black Book, Robot Stories, Henry Fool, and the 2006 Oscar-nominated short film Our Time Is Up. She was awarded Best Actress for the Asian American Film Lab short film Elizabeth Ong Is Missing.

She is one of the lead actors on the TBS comedy series Sullivan & Son. Her television credits include Better Off Ted, Numb3rs, House M.D., Kath & Kim, How I Met Your Mother, Monk and Sex and the City. Her theater credits include the world premiere of Velina Hasu Houston's Calling Aphrodite, and the premiere of Please Stand By with Thumping Claw, Off-Broadway & Big Art Group's Shelf-Life, Flicker, and the Obie-nominated Benton Kozo.

She graduated from high school in Georgia and is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.


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