LIVISA FOUNTAIN, Calif.
— LIVISSA FRISCO is just beginning to realize how much her family’s struggles in the past decade have meant to her.
The actress and producer, who has lived in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood for 13 years, has been struggling with her mother’s death.
And her father, a retired firefighter who helped with the fire in his 20s, has struggled with a spinal cord injury that’s been making it hard for him to work.
LIVISEAS FRISCA, SEXUAL FRAUD, AND FRAGGING IN LA, the new documentary film, will feature the stories of more than 60 women, some of whom have spent decades in the industry and some who haven’t, but all of whom had something in common.
Their stories are the kind of thing that makes people say, “I didn’t know you had these issues.”
They’re also the kind that can change lives, like LIVIAS FRASCO, who is a survivor of sexual abuse by a former boyfriend.
“It’s a life that I didn’t choose,” LIVILE FOOD writer and producer Laura Lopes told ESPN Clicinfo.
“And I’ve got to be honest with you, I wasn’t the only one.”
But in order to overcome the stigma surrounding sexual abuse and the stigma that comes with being a woman in the entertainment industry, LIVILLA FRISCARO has been living her life as a survivor, writing, producing and starring in her own television series.
She’s a model, she’s a motivational speaker, she writes for her own magazine, and she’s spoken at a high school football game.
And this is what she did last night at the premiere of her documentary, LIVESTRONG, on PBS.
She was a guest on the podcast “Weeds” this week.
The documentary is based on a four-part podcast series on the women who were sexually abused as children in California by a group of wealthy, influential men.
The series is being broadcast in the U.S. and Canada.
LIVESONG was created by the award-winning actress and director Livisa Francesco.
It follows the women’s stories as they emerge from their own abuse, in their 20s and 30s, as they seek professional and personal healing.
The women include LIVICA FRASO, the actress and founder of Livisa’s Food Group, who’s been living a life as an advocate for victims of sexual assault and abuse.
Livia Francesco is a writer, director and producer who has worked on a number of television shows, including “Weed,” and has also appeared in movies, including the award winning documentary “Hannah Montana.”
She was recently featured on “The View” and on “Good Morning America.”
Her new documentary, which premieres on PBS on Sunday, will be the first of many projects LIVAISA FRISOCA has planned.
It will be part of her series of films about abuse and sexual harassment in the media, which she plans to make before her death in May, according to her website.
Livivia Francescos work has also been featured on the cover of “The Hollywood Reporter,” which described her as “a fearless, fearless woman who refuses to be cowed, a courageous, fearless public speaker and a fearless survivor of the sexual abuse of children by a powerful group of men.”
She has been named one of the top 20 people in the world to watch on YouTube by the “100 Most Influential People in the World.”
The documentary was filmed over three years.
LIVE is the result of her own journey as a woman.
Her mother died when she was 10.
She has lived a life of denial, guilt and shame.
She told the story of the time her mother called her at her home one day and said, “My mother is going to tell you the truth about me.”
She said her mother never said that.
She didn’t believe her mother.
She believed that she was her own mother.
“I just had this whole image of her as this other person, and I didn’ believe that,” Livia said.
“My mom has lived her life, and this is her reality.
And I’ve been through it.
I’ve lived it and I know how it feels.”
LIVILA FRASOCA’S LIVISION is part of the “We Believe You” series that features a series of stories that chronicle women in the workplace, business, politics and the entertainment industries who have shared their stories with ESPN Crip Insider and Cricinfo.
The stories are being told in order of importance to the women in them.
“This is a very rare chance to tell the stories that were told to me and to women around the world,” Liva Francesco said.
The story of Livia’s mother, the way her mother is portrayed in the documentary