An Orlando native, Tiffany’s “flair for the dramatic” has been prevalent all her life when she began acting at the age of 5. She’s come a long way from “3rd reindeer from the left” in a Christmas play, and her favorite acting credits include Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and Hope Wilton in the feature film Fair Play.
Tiffany continued her love for Theatre as a 4848 Thespian at University High School, before earning a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Mars Hill College in Asheville, North Carolina.
After college, Tiffany had the experience of volunteering for Americorps for two years working with migrant farmworker children, where she learned many values she continues to use in her life today. There, she found her passion for working with children and proceeded to become an acting coach for a middle school production of Music Man which lead to head director job at Boone High School.
In 2005, Tiffany became the Director of Theatre Arts at Boone High School. Under her direction, the program grew to be a well-respected force in the state of Florida. While there, she taught classes in Theatre, Acting, Musical Theatre, and Film, and directed over 25 productions. During her time, Troupe 1139 won 26 district-wide “Best In Show” awards and 7 state-wide “Critics Choice” awards for her students’ achievement in acting, music, and technical theatre. In 2011, she proudly received the Grand Bohemian Fine Arts Educator of the Year Award.
Tiffany is now proud to be the Director of Casting at The Imagination House where she oversees the Performer Stuff Theatrical Division and casting needs. She brings her creative and energetic personality to the table and loves being able to work with her friends while doing what she loves.
At home you’ll find her either critiquing films, playing Zelda, chasing her cats, running marathons, writing food reviews, strumming her guitar, or spending time with her friends and family. She is happily married to her beautiful partner Heather and is a devoted mother to their baby boy.