MISSION: to bring to life characters who challenge audiences to explore both the cost and the value of every kind of human love, and thereby bring a new understanding of and compassion for others.
UP NEXT: Tiffany joins Erasing the Distance onstage this February.
A Chicago actor represented by Paonessa Talent Agency, Tiffany appeared as Victoria Lewyn on both Chicago PD and Chicago Fire on NBC and had a recurring role as Laura on ABC’s Betrayal. She was honored to be a part of Allstate’s Purple Purse Foundation’s America’s Largest Prison Break awareness campaign for domestic abuse’s little-known financial component. Purple Purse.
Onstage, Tiffany was recently seen as May in Fool For Love by Sam Shepard, directed by Zeljko Djukic, with Facility Theatre at Chopin Theatre in Chicago. Prior to that, she appeared as Phèdre in Trap Door Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of Phèdre, directed by Nicole Wiesner. Praise for Phèdre and Trap Door Theatre here.
Tiffany also enjoyed being silly this spring with Michael Patrick Thornton at Second City in YOU & ME, a two-person, entirely improvised, no suggestion set. Actors Theatre of Louisville Artistic Director Les Waters calls the show “Hilarious, horrifying, and human. Quite magical, really.” Chicago Reader Recommended.
Tiffany earned her BFA from Wayne State University (Detroit), studied at The Moscow Art Theater School (Russia) and The Athens Centre (Greece), and toured Greece in Trojan Women. Other stage credits include Michigan productions and a national tour. In Chicago, Tiffany has worked as a dialect coach with Writers Theatre, A Red Orchid, Theatre-Hikes, Broken Compass and individual clients, and as an actor with Goodman Theatre, Writers Theatre, Victory Gardens, Eclipse, Facility Theatre, The Artistic Home and Apple Tree. She is a Trap Door Theatre company member and, in addition to Phèdre, has appeared on the Trap Door stage in Eva Peron, The Beastly Bombing, The Unconquered, Anger/Fly, The Arsonists, The Unveiling / Dozens of Cousins, No Matter How Hard We Try and A Couple of Poor, Polish-Speaking Romanians, which toured Romania and Poland.