Zivan Holloway Jr. was born on November 3, 1992 in Hopewell, Virginia, USA. He is an actor, known for FOX News' Legends & Lies (2016), Connected Killer (2015), The Call (2016), and NuJay's Once Upon a Christmas (2014). Holloway graduated from Prince George High School in 2012 and Richard Bland College of William and Mary in Petersburg, VA August 2017 with his Associate In Science degree. On December 6, 2014, Zivan premiered his first original independent Family Drama film, NuJay's Once Upon a Christmas he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in earning him a recognition award from the Prince George Black History Committee of Virginia as an "Emerging Leader" in the Prince George, Virginia community. From then on, Zivan has performed in community theater plays, a professional theater play, and starred in a supporting role for an independent horror film called Connected Killer. The film was written, directed, and produced by James Berberich and filmed in Richmond, Va. Holloway then went on to star in a supporting role for the award winning short film, The Call by Kweli Legacy LLC. Other than acting, Holloway is a screenwriter writing different genres such as Drama, Family, Comedy, Fantasy, and Faith Based. On December 2015, he won Achievement in Screenwriting for his short Christian Dramedy screenplay, Elwood County: Recognize at the Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival. The script went on to being nominated for an award at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards. Holloway won first place in the television screenplay category for his original TV Scifi Drama pilot script "Elwood County." He is also the executive producer and screenwriter of the Faith Based Drama - Comedy Short film, Judge Not. Zivan is constantly studying and working on his craft in acting, screenwriting, directing, producing, and singing. He believes he can do anything he sets his mind to as long as he keeps God first.