Liv was 3 years old when she saw her father filming home videos with his Sony Handycam (the one that took cassette tapes) and said to him, "Let me do it." It was all downhill from there. Now, she's a NYU Tisch Film & TV graduate who concentrated in writing, producing, and directing. She often finds herself lamenting the human condition and has found satire to be a useful remedy for hopeless pessimism. All goes according to plan, she'll soon be the black Tina Fey with a splash of Mel Brooks. When she really craves attention, she stands in front of drunk people and makes them laugh. She's lived and worked across the globe and she's fluent the most useful language on Earth: German. When she's not making movies or writing, she's doing her hair, listening to racially charged podcasts, or forcibly making her roommate's cat love her. She also has a strange affinity for A Clockwork Orange, crunk music, high school movies, and Kix cereal.