Vivian Bang is a Korean-born American actress best known for her starring role as Susan Sullivan in the television sitcom Sullivan & Son, since 2012.
Bang is also known for her supporting role as Soo-Mi in Yes Man, the hit Warner Brothers comedy starring Jim Carrey. Her other film credits include Boy Toy, Little Black Book, Memoirs of a Geisha, Robot Stories, Henry Fool and the 2006 Oscar-nominated short Our Time is Up.
She was awarded Best Actress for the Asian American Film Lab short Elizabeth Ong Is Missing.
Bang's TV credits include Better Off Ted, Numb3rs, House M.D., Kath & Kim, How I Met Your Mother, Monk, Sex & The City, The Corner and Becker. She also plays Nina in the web-series about comic book artists called Mythomania.
Theatre credits include the world premiere of Velina Hasu Houston's Calling Aphrodite, the premiere of Please Stand By, Off-Broadway & Big Art Group's Shelf-Life, Flicker and the Obie-nominated Benton Kozo.
She is a transplant from New York and a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.