Vivian Garcia-Shapiro
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Geslacht: Female
Leeftijd Unknown
Nationaliteit Mexican
Thuisstad Danville
Verdere informatie
Profession Freelance Jazz band artist
Affiliations Live at Squat and Stitch
Vrienden en familie
Kinderen Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (daughter)
Dieren Pinky
Achter de schermen
Eerste verschijning "The Fast and the Phineas"
Stem door Eileen Galindo

"Oh, Candace, look how tall you've gotten."

Vivian Garcia-Shapiro is Isabella Garcia-Shapiro's mother, and live right over the street of Phineas and Ferb. She plays in a Freelance Jazz band with Linda Flynn 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 and maroon pants. She also wears brown sandals.


Background InformationEdit

  • Vivian has only spoken in 7 episodes in the entire show ("The Fast and the Phineas", "Jerk De Soleil", "Mom's Birthday", "Hide and Seek", "No More Bunny Business", "Picture This", and "Just Passing Through"). She's made cameo appearances in a few more episodes.
  • Oddly, 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 decendant Mexican-Jewish culture ("Picture This").
  • Based on the mixture of her appearance and speech patterns, she may have been raised in a Mexican-Jewish household. It is also possible that she adopted some mannerisms from Isabella's yet-unnamed father, whom many speculate to be of Jewish descent.
  • In The Fast and the Phineas, Vivian reveals that Candace, at some point in her life, was wearing braces. She also thinks Candace is too thin, and encourages her to eat by offering her a mozza-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" ("Hide and Seek"), which is a common shortening of her name in Spanish-speaking countries.

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