Vivi Hernandez

Vivi is a Colombian Actress and Voice Over Artist with 18 years’ experience in comedy theatre and musical shows for children. She trained in Acting and Drama Text Analysis at the prestigious Ruben Di Pietro Acting Studio in Bogota, and continued her education at Casa del Teatro Nacional (National House of Theatre) where she deepened her practice in clown, voice studies, Jerzy Grotowski´s Technique and Theodoros Terzopoulos´s Method. Her stage credits in Colombia include Cupcakes (Official selection in the XVI Ibero-American Theatre Festival of Bogotá, Colombia), La Casa: Adaptation from Cien años de soledad (One hundred years of solitude by Gabriel García Márquez), ¿Mi amigo en mi?, Hay que apagar el fuego, El Balcón, Romeo and Juliet: The experiment, and the musical shows Rapunzel, Hansel y Gretel and Annie.

She is also a well-known Spanish VO artist . Her versatile voice can be heard on numerous productions for the Latin American market, online platforms like Netflix and Amazon, and international channels such as Disney, MTV, HBO, Studio Universal, Discovery Kids and the Cartoon Network. In 2015 she was cast as the leading voice (Dr. Katherine Collins) for the Latin American Spanish version of the acclaimed PS4 Sony video game Everybody ́s gone to the Rapture, winner of  3 prizes in the BAFTA Games Awards 2016.  

Her professional TV credits in Latin America include, Florencia in I am Franky (Seasons 1 and 2) for Nickelodeon; the mini series Celia Cruz for Fox Telecolombia;  Vampire Girl for RCN Television and Locked up abroad, for Nat Geo.

In 2016, after being awarded with a scholarship by the Colombian Government, she moved to London to train as Master of Arts in Acting for Screen at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with Distinction degree in 2017. She combines her acting career with her work as the general manager of her own Localisation and Voice Over company Voice2Voz.