Mini Bio (1)
Liv Alexander was born and raised in Oslo, Norway. Her father was the vice-president of the largest telecommunications company in Norway. Her mother was an account executive in one of the major maritime shipping companies.
Liv Alexander got her dramatic, artistic and musical talents from her paternal side and her need for exploration from her maternal side, going all the way back to Eric the Red (the Viking). She always liked to entertain; she saw her first play at the National Theater (Henrik Ibsen House) in Oslo when she was five years old. The name of the play was Trip to the Christmas Star. She took piano lessons and started singing in a choir, performing for, among others, the King of Norway, and later she did some musicals, plays, etc. But it was the movies that really got her attention.
After meeting her husband in Norway, they moved to San Francisco, and later close to Hollywood. This was her dream and passion from early on, and here she's continuing her journey to star in movies. Of course, she would love to star in a major movie, meanwhile she's working on a new movie about alcohol and drug addiction.
After Whitney Houston died so tragically, it inspired her to write a screenplay about how to fight this battle against addiction, and how the addiction process develops in people's brain.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Vic Alexander