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|Vikki Lizzi started performing at age 6. A member of the San Francisco Children’s Opera Theatre, Vikki played the child lead in over 50 musicals throughout her time with the company. At the same age she recorded a record with Merv Griffin entitled “My Tender Years.” She also recorded an album with the opera, recording several of the songs from the musicals. She was a member of the Alice Faye Dancers, Tony Wing Dance Troupe, Mason Kahn Dancers, Betty May Dancers and the Shumacher’s Dance Troupe. She was the state champion and won numerous first place awards annually at the California State Talent Competition for song and dance. At age 12 she wrote and recorded the Official Cable Car Song of San Francisco endorsed by then Mayor Dianne Feinstein and the Board of Supervisors to save the cable cars. The money raised by the sheet music and record went to save the beloved cable cars of San Francisco. Growing up around the political circles, she performed for many of her father’s friend’s campaigns such as Senator Milton Marks, Governor George Deukmejian, Mayor George Moscone, etc. and performed with Liberace at Radio City Music Hall at the age of 14. Vikki guested regularly on the Italian Channel’s Roger Boschetti Show. Vikki attended the School Of the Arts at J. Eugene Mcateer and classes included drama, music theory, choir, etc. She was also a member of the American Conservatory Theatre and S.F. Girl’s Chorus. At age 16, Vikki’s vocal jazz ensemble class was invited to attend the Young American’s Choir Festival in Anaheim. Vikki’s father Tom, a former Congressional Nominee in San Francisco, asked his friend Supervisor Carol Ruth Silver to help sponsor the trip for the class to be able travel to LA for the Festival. Vikki then won a spot in The Young Americans Song and Dance Troupe and moved to LA. During this time she began working on her first album, “Red Hot Riding Hood.” It sold at Tower Records but is currently only available from her boxes in her garage. She recorded a song “So In Love” with famed record producers Big Ed Moore and DJ EFX in ‘96 on Warlord Records. Vikki signed with Classified Records in ‘97 and her single “Come On” made the top 10 in Hitmaker’s Magazine. Vikki then traveled to Europe and Asia for her concert tour and lived in The Philippines co-starring in action films. On New Year’s Eve ‘98 she performed for a sold out crowd at the Key Club with the countdown hosted by Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra where she performed songs from her ‘98 album Love on The Internet, which was produced by Ricky Timas, (writer of New Edition’s “Cool It Now”). She has a cameo in the award winning film “From Behind the Sunflower” (Los Girasoles) directed by JD Mata. She then started writing and recording for “Saints and Sinners” the album project with Jeff Conaway from Grease and Taxi. She performed with Jeff in Broadway’s “A Christmas Carol” and played Gypsy Rose Lee in San Francisco. She and Jeff performed their first charity benefit concert together in 2007 for Mentor.Org at BB Kings House Of Blues. Most recently, ABC news voted her #2 reality tv villain of all time, having caused drama and controversy on the VH1 show Celebrity Rehab.|
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