Faiven is an Eritrean-American actress and model.
Faiven was a part of the highly-esteemed NBCUniversal Page Program at 30 Rockefeller Center where she worked on The Dr. Oz Show, Weekend Today, and MSNBC.
With performance skills that range from effortless teleprompter reads to natural comedic timing, Faiven has found success in a number of projects on both stage and screen.
Her credits include Entangled, The Equalizer, New Amsterdam and her Off-Broadway debut in The Bigot.
As a model, her signature afro appears in beauty and hair campaigns for Mizani, Dark and Lovely, Shea Moisture and Olay.
Also with her marketing degree from the University of Connecticut, Faiven is passionate about promoting the importance of a solid education; she is a volunteer tutor for Highway to High School, a non-profit organization in New York City.