Vivien Lyra Blair to Sign for SWAU!
SWAU is proud to announce we will be conducting an exclusive autograph signing with Vivien Lyra Blair!
Vivien rose to prominence for her role in Bird Box (2018). Her appearances in video game Telling Lies (2019) and superhero film We Can Be Heroes (2020) garnered her further recognition. In 2022, she portrayed Leia Organa in Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi, for which she received critical praise.
We will have an assortment of memorabilia available for preorder and fans can send in their own items to get signed! All items will come with our new SWAU hologram to ensure authenticity and value for many years to come.
Sales are LIVE NOW on the Autograph Signings page! The deadline for pre-orders is September 6th, and all send-ins must arrive by September 9th!
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Vivien has had a significant impact as a young actress in this business. She most recently received accolades for her authentic performance as Princess Leia in the series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Vivien feels honored to be playing such an iconic role and paying homage to Carrie Fisher.
Her screen debut came at the age of 4 in the film Band Aid. From there, she went on to land a role as a series regular on the Paramount Series Waco. After a nationwide search, Vivien was selected by Academy Award winning director Susanne Bier for the role of ‘Girl’ in Bird Box. Vivien also received accolades for her role of ‘Alba’ in the live-action video game Telling Lies. She went on to play ‘Guppy’ in the Netflix superhero feature We Can Be Heroes, directed by Robert Rodriguez. She was also seen in the recurring role of ‘Hazel,’ Fran Drescher’s granddaughter, on NBC’s series Indebted, as well as ‘Sara’ in Joseph Gordon Levi’s Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman. Her upcoming projects include Dear Zoe, where she stars alongside Sadie Sink in a story about an unimaginable loss on 9/11, and Stephen King’s The Boogeyman directed by Rob Savage.
Aside from her passion for acting, Vivien enjoys writing. While working on the set of a Whirlpool commercial, she received a writer’s credit for scripting her entire dialogue. Other writing credits include the book Spider School, published when she was just 3 and she currently has a screenplay in the works. When she is not writing, she enjoys doing martial arts, dancing, and playing piano. Vivien also works tirelessly to shed light on rescue organizations in need, primarily Kitt Crusaders. Vivien, and her parents are always fostering kittens in need, and reaching out to lend a hand at a moment’s notice. They have yet to say “no” to bringing in any animal in need.