Vivienne Medrano, more commonly known as Vivziepop, is a Salvadoran-American animator and artist. She is the creator of Zoophobia.

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Vivienne was born and raised in Maryland. She studied at the School of Visual Arts and graduated in 2014. In 2012, she started creating a webcomic called "Zoophobia", a story about a human who started working in Safe Haven, a place where animals, demons, and other species lived in. The comic gained a quite big fanbase. On October 30, 2014, she uploaded on her Youtube account fan-animated music video, where her character JayJay sang Kesha's "Die Young" song. This video was watched over 34 million times, which (as she stated) "boosted her channel up".

Career[edit | edit source]

In July 2016, she moved to California. Before she started developing the series, she worked as an animator in Internet series called "Too Loud!", created by Nico Colaleo.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

She has one sisters named Maritza Medrano. Vivienne is the oldest. During the 2018 National Coming Out Day, she declared herself to be bisexual.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Director[edit | edit source]

  • Why I Hate Phones (Short Film) (2009)
  • Still Waiting (Short Film) (2009)
  • Epix Sax Zill (Short Film) (2011)
  • Son of 666 (Short Film) (2013)
  • Die Young (Short Film) (2014)
  • Timber (Short Film) (2014)
  • The Most Wonderful Time (Short Film) (2014)
  • The Five Nights At Freddy’s Song (Short Film) (2015)
  • Silhouette (Short Film) (2016)
  • Untitled Zoophobia Short
  • Classic (Short Film) (TBA)
  • Timber Pilot (Web-Series) (TBA)
  • Allison (Shelved)
  • Hazbin Hotel (2019)
  • Holidaze (2019)
  • Bad Luck Jack (2020)

Animator[edit | edit source]

  • Too Loud (Web-Series) (2017)
  • The Dover Boys Re-Animated (Short Film) (2018)
  • Mystery Skulls Animated: Hellbent (Short Film) (2018)
  • Wonderful Ways To Say No (2019)
  • Dawgtown (character: Athena) (movie) (TBA)

Actress[edit | edit source]

  • Herself in Why I Hate Phones (Short Film) (2009)
  • Herself in “Doodle Doods” (Web-Series) (Family Guy episode)
  • Herself in Hand Drawn (Documentary)
  • Sarah in “Too Loud” (Web-Series) (Season 2)
  • Poopsie St. Pierre in “Ollie & Scoops” (Web-Series)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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