Liv can also be arrogant at times and puts herself before others, although she generally realizes her mistake and apologizes.
She also isn't very good at pretending to be Maddie as much as she thinks.
When she comes back, she becomes a bit more popular due to attending the same public high school as her siblings, which little to her knowing, is a huge problem for Maddie. Liv is more of a girly girl, whereas Maddie is more of a tomboy.
She seems to be a little full of herself sometimes and doesn't pay a lot of attention to others, but her heart is in the right place.
To see movies and shows Liv has acted in, see Fictional Filmography. She always puts her family and friends first, and even when she messes up when trying to help them, she always has the best intentions at heart (as seen in Twin-A-Rooney and various other episodes).
She is sweet, graceful, often sees the good in everyone, and gives everyone a fair chance, even if they are usually are a bad person (as shown in Steal-A-Rooney).
She is good at driving because she got her drivers license in Switch-A-Rooney. She is a very smart, beautiful, independent young lady who never lets anyone bring her down, not even her own friends and family.
Liv is much smarter than the airhead character, Stephanie Einstein, who she played on "Sing It Loud." She has a knack for inventing portmanteaus on the spot, such as "Fantasta-licious," "Embarra-blast," "Bling-a-Ding-Ding," "Snap-tastic," and other similar words.
Liv lived out in Hollywood for four years, up until the series ended when she was 15 years old.
Liv was offered a ton of other minimum wage roles but she decided she wanted to move home back to her hometown in Stevens Point, Wisconsin because she missed her family and she thought it was time to come home.
Also, she has the role of the oldest member of the Rooney children.