Aviva Pressman

Aviva Pressman​ is an actor, singer, clown, calligrapher, and medical educator based in Los Angeles. Favorite credits include the National Tour and Madison Square Garden productions of ​Rudolph the Musical​, ​Amos & Boris​ at South Coast Repertory, ​33 1/3 : House of Dreams​ (Craig Noel Nomination) at San Diego Repertory, and ​Pirates of Penzance​ at Sacramento Theatre Company. She has an LA Drama Critic’s Circle Award for her live art design and direction of ​Astro Boy and the God of Comics and an LA Weekly Award for Best Ensemble for ​Absolutely Filthy,​ both at Sacred Fools Theater. Her solo show, DEADLIFT was produced by Local Classic Repertory and is a unique blend of storytelling and live art creation.

In addition to theater, Aviva toured internationally with Amazon Prime as a singer and improviser for the show ​Good Omens​, a project which received multiple awards for innovative marketing. Her voice can be heard in animes and series’ including Stan Lee’s ​The Reflection​ and Netflix’s Undercover, in commercials, on television and radio, and even in a toy you might have around the house.


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