Vivian Garcia-Shapiro
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Gender: Female
Age: 26
Nationality: Mexican-Jewish
Hometown: Danville
Born: October 5, 1967
Professional Information
  Freelance Jazz band artist
  Live at Squat and Stitch
Friends and Family
Miranda Gomez-Shapiro (Sister)
Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (Daughter)
Lily Garcia-Shapiro (Daughter)
Pets: Pinky the Chihuahua
Gabe Rousseau
Possibly Jane and Marie Flynn
Meg Flynn (Granddaughter)
April Flynn (Granddaughter)
Dylan Flynn (Grandson)
Other Relatives:
David Fleming (Son-in law)
Phineas Flynn (Son-in law)
Linda Flynn-Fletcher (Sister-in law)
Lawrence Fletcher (Brother-in law)
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance:
  Phineas and Ferb episode "The Fast and The Phineas"
Voiced by:
Eileen Galindo
Vivian Garcia-Shapiro is the mother of Isabella Garcia-Shapiro and lives across the street from Phineas and Ferb. She plays in a Freelance Jazz band with Linda Flynn
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Vivian with Mrs. Johnson and Candace, in Jerk de Soleil

and Mrs. Johnson, where she play contrabass. She is known to talk very fast causing distractions with useless comments. She is known to be Mexican and Jewish. She comments a lot on how tall Candace has gotten. Vivian has long black hair tied with a green ribbon. She wears a white shirt under an orange jacket. She has golden hoop earrings. Maroon pants and brown sandals complete her look. Her physique is round and short; she is slightly shorter than Linda Flynn-Fletcher.

Background InformationEdit

  • Vivian seems to embody both of her last names: She appears to be Hispanic, yet speaks with a Yiddish accent.
  • She revealed that she is a descendant Mexican-Jewish culture ("Picture This").
  • Vivian reveals that Candace, at some point in her life, was wearing braces ("The Fast and the Phineas"). She also thinks Candace is too thin, and encourages her to eat by offering her a matzah-ballrrito (a portmanteau of "matzah-ball" and "burrito") ("Picture This"). She may enjoy the burritos herself, which is a marriage of staple foods in both the Mexican and Jewish cultures.
  • Vivian calls her daughter "Isa", which is a common shortening of her name in Spanish-speaking countries ("Hide and Seek").
  • Vivian is shown to most likely be married since she has a wedding ring, although she is never seen wearing it ("No More Bunny Business").
  • She was seen walking with a man at the neighborhood party, presumably her husband. ("Love at First Byte") She was also dancing with him in Happy New Year!
  • She can be seen at the Love Händel reunion concert so she is probably a fan.
  • "My Sweet Ride" is the first episode where she physically appears without Isabella.
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