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NAME: Valory Pierce

HEIGHT: 5’9” (175 cm)

WEIGHT: 115 (52 kg)





SKILLS: Bilingual English / Cantonese, drawing, vocal harmonization, content creator, hosting, modeling, longbow archery.


Valory Pierce is an American actress, digital content creator and manga artist on her self-titled YouTube channels Valory and Valory Pierce respectively. On her Valory channel, she creates videos of her webcomics, voiceover, artwork and hobbies. While the other channel Valory Pierce, focuses more on vlogs, travel, beauty and health.

As a YouTube content creator, she has garnered over 380,000+ subscribers and is known for her webcomics and voice acting work on her channel. She has collaborated and worked alongside companies such as Ann Taylor LOFT, The Swan Princess Franchise, Miraculous Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Amino Apps, Audible, Japan Crate, Pied Piper Inc., Poshmark and countless other brands as a social media influencer.

In 2016, Pierce made her acting debut in voiceover cameo in an episode of the English dubbed version of Skip Beat! (スキップ・ビート!) the animated series adapted from the manga series of the same name written by Yoshiki Nakamura. Pierce is also worked as PR for the English adaptation starring Caitlin Glass, Robbie Daymond, Erica Lindbeck, Mela Lee, Cristina Vee, Bryce Papenbrook and Taliesin Jaffe.

Pierce has created short webseries such as SOLITUDE (2019) and LUMIEL in Paris (2019) which she has both written, directed and starred in while filming in Paris, France.  Both are one-shot fan-made mini web series special based off of Miraculous Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir by Thomas Astruc — the webseries which Pierce has both starred and voiced in after a 3 year hiatus from film acting. She continues to study and developed her skills and vocal range as an actress and voice talent.

As of 2020, Pierce debuted on Webtoon canvas with her first original webcomic series titled ‘Dream Art Idol‘ — this became her first original work since her days of creating fancomics. She is currently producing a short film ‘My Art Boyfriend‘ that is set to be released in 2021.