Vivianne Pasmanter (born ()May 24, 1971 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian actress.
Of Jewish origin, Vivianne is the daughter of Ricardo Pasmanter, civil engineer, and Berta Pasmanter, plastic artist (both natural of Argentina). Her first course was in Escola Hebraica de Teatro, where she met Caco Ciocler, who would later play opposite professionally. Within its formation are the Escola de Arte Dramática, courses with Antunes Filho and Miriam Mehler, among others.
She began her career doing commercials, like the jeans Staroup. One of her first jobs was as an actress in a cameo role as a fairy in one of the episodes of the painting "Senta que lá vem história...", the program Rá-Tim-Bum TV Cultura in 1990. But her first big career opportunity that occurred in 1991 when she moved to the city of Rio de Janeiro in order to play in her first novel, the villain Débora in the novel Felicidade, written by Manoel Carlos. Still with the same author would another villain weight, Laura of Por Amor.