The Memphis actress plays Donna Chapel

On October 21, 2009, Liz Myrick took her daughter, Vivie, to a concert at FedExForum.

“We went to see Miley Cyrus before Miley was on the wrecking ball,” Liz Myrick, 47, said. “And when I came out, Vivie said to me very firmly, ‘Mother, you will come to see me when I am. playing here one day. With her little 6-year-old, she looked at me and said it, and she meant it with every ounce of her being.”

Vivie Myrick has not been booked to headline a concert at FedExForum — yet.

However, the Memphis singer/actress is poised to make a big splash in December with a key supporting role in “George & Tammy,” a six-episode Showtime miniseries starring Michael Shannon and this year’s best actress Oscar winner, Jessica. Chastain as George Jones and Tammy Wynette, country music superstars whose tumultuous marriage was as dramatic as their song lyrics.

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Vivie Myrick arrives at the Los Angeles premiere "George and Tammy" November 21, 2022, at Goya Studios.

Myrick — just 17 when she began filming the series — plays Wynette’s stepdaughter and longtime backup singer Donna Chapel, the daughter of Don Chapel, Wynette’s husband before hooking up with “The Possum” , George Jones. The role will introduce audiences to not only Myrick the actress, but Myrick the singer as well: Under the supervision of famed music producer T Bone Burnett, she joined Chastain at East Iris Studios in Nashville for re-recordings of such 1960s Wynette classics as “Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad” and “Apartment no. 9”.

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