Ruth Livier's web series YLSE was awarded Best Internet Program at the 25th Annual Imagen Awards: The first in Imagen Awards history. Ms. Livier was featured on the cover of Written By, the WGA's (Writers Guild of America) magazine, as the first person to join the writers' union for her work in New Media.
In addition to her work on the web, Ms. Livier has garnered recognition for her screen, stage and voice-over work. Her starring role in the groundbreaking TV series "Resurrection Blvd." earned a Best Actress ALMA Awards nomination and a win for the show. Ms. Livier was recently seen in Sam Raimi's "Drag Me to Hell" and in the Fwak! animated feature "Los Campeones de la Lucha Libre." She has guest-starred and recurred on numerous TV shows and her voice is heard in popular animated series such as FOX network's "King of the Hill" and Playhouse Disney's "Handy Manny." She has played leading roles at the top theater companies on the West Coast including The Center Theater Group and the prestigious SCR (South Coast Repertory).
Ms. Livier received special recognition by the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts, the Breakthrough in Entertainment Industry recognition from California Lieutenant Governor Cruz Bustamante and the NAMIC Legacy Award.
She is a participant in the UCLA Anderson School of Management's Latino Leadership Institute, an alumnus of The Writers' Bootcamp and studies with the incomparable Jeffrey Tambor. Ms. Livier is a founding member of Inside Out, a successful after-school program for at-risk youth.
She has been featured in prominent publications including: Written By, TV Guide, Emmy Magazine, People en Espanol, Latino Leaders, Hispanic, and Latino Future, among others. Ms. Livier is a popular industry speaker in the area of new media and a gifted motivational speaker to at-risk youth. Ruth Livier, on the cutting edge of New Media..