"I'm prone to kidney stones. I disapprove of line cutting. Radio Color Analyst for High School Football."
Born and raised in Texas, Ivy attended Northwood University on a golf scholarship which led to numerous years of top 10 National Tournament rankings. After graduating cum laude with a degree in Entertainment and Sport Promotion, she officially started life as a working actor. Ivy moved to Austin, Texas to further her film career.
She has appeared on several stages and screens performing roles from Dainty June to a teenage drug addict to Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre. Her recent feature premiered in Los Angeles and had its Texas premier at Austin Film Festival. At the former premier, the film won the Maverick Award for Quality in Low-Budget Filmmaking. Ivy also won Best Performance in a Narrative Feature at the Ft. Meyer's Film Festival in 2020.
Ivy is known for her 88 videos (and counting), vying for the eyes of Ellen Degeneres. Her endeavor began as she was graduating college and looking to capture a job at The Ellen Show. She also is the radio color analyst for three Texas high school football teams. Oh, and she can hang a spoon on her nose.
Entrepreneurship and community are other passions of Ivy's. She is the co-creator with her husband of Twindeavor, a small business web and marketing solutions company, and LOCAL, a podcast that centers on conversations with small business owners.