Tiffany grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She began dancing, first to the sounds of her Grandpa’s piano, then onto the “Macarena” for her first jazz performance, and the seed for performing was planted. She trained privately in dance from age four until graduation. From there, she moved to Los Angeles, studying at AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts, at both the Los Angeles and New York City campuses, where she received her B.F.A. in Theatre.
She has worked on various film and theatrical projects. Short films: Looking for Miku, Pygmalion, Love & Death. Feature Films Protect and Serve (post) and Escape Artist which premiered at the Landmark Theatre in Los Angeles. Tiffany is also actively involved in theatre; recently performing the role of 'Jessica' in This Is Our Youth and as 'Rose-Anne' in the premiere play of Gilded Lilies. Tiffany is a current member of The Road Theatre Company.
Tiffany currently trains with Desean Terry/Scene Study and Graham Shiels/On-Camera. She studied Improv at Second City, Los Angeles.
She has toured in Europe performing at the L’off Festival in Avignon, France, in Paris at the La Nouvelle Theatre, and in Casablanca, Morocco, in Anais Nin Dance Opera. Working as Dance Captain in addition to dancing.
Her discipline and freedom of physical expression as a ballet and jazz dancer has seamlessly transferred into acting. She uses this understanding as tool into the behavior, stature, pace of a character, all a reflection of their truth.
Tiffany has had many opportunities to blend these two worlds- working on such projects as “So Now You Know” (Alvin Ailey Theatre Showcase NYC), “Anais Nin Dance Opera” (Paris, Casablanca, Avignon, NYC), and Gatsby Redux as Daisy (Walt Disney Concert Hall). Acting and dancing in tangent under the direction of Janet Roston (Mixed Emotion Theatrix.
Outside of the industry she enjoys teaching fitness, a good ‘paint night’, attempting new vegan dishes, burning toast while rewatching The Great British Baking Show, and cuddling up with her bookends, Ella & Penny, for any show/film with Cate Blanchett, Bryan Cranston, Eddie Redmayne, Mahershala Ali, Lily Tomlin (the list goes on).