Originally hailing from Apple Valley, California, Tiffany Phillips is a highly accomplished, multi-talented actress, singer and comedian who began her career in the New York Theatre after graduating from the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York at the age of 19. While In New York, Tiffany was a member of the world-renowned Negro Ensemble Company and National Black Theatre Company.
National tours include Beehive-The 60's Girl Group Musical, Sweet Charity, and More Magic, the Motown Review starring Florence Larue of The Fifth Dimension.
At 19 she became the youngest singer in the Motown Moments at New York's Motown Cafe singing the hits of the Supremes, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, and much more. Phillips performed to acclaim in front of such legends as Diana Ross, Quincy Jones, Mohammed Ali, Stevie Wonder, and Michael Jackson.
After making her way back to the west coast, Phillips has since gone on to appear in numerous television shows and films. From recurring as BNC News Anchor Angela Raines on ABC's "Scandal" to playing a sinister Native American warrior Skinwalker named Dark Spirit on MTV’s "Teen Wolf " or the fictional glamorous 1950’s film star Cynthia Beckley, who passes for white in order to be a movie star, in the award-winning dramatic film “Daughter Of Fortune,” Tiffany has an exceptional range and chameleon-like ability to morph into a multitude of different characters.
Most recently, Tiffany played the role of the historical figure Ellen Craft who escapes from slavery to freedom by disguising herself as a white, male slave owner in the powerful stage play, “Unsung Sheroes” to rave reviews at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre in Los Angeles. Aside from her TV/Film credits, Tiffany was the lead background vocalist for Michael Bolton’s world tour and she also wrote and starred in her smash hit, critically acclaimed one-woman play “I Never Met a Jerk I Didn’t Like” where she played 10 different characters (both men & women ) which sold out theatre venues in both Los Angeles and Off-Broadway in New York.
Currently; the comedy web series “Ethnically Ambiguous” that she created, wrote, and starred in is set to be released on Youtube and other social media platforms on May 12, 2020. Based on her own real-life experience, Phillips delivers a taste of what it’s like to constantly have people saying you’re not ‘black enough’ or ‘white enough. “I have two African American parents, but this has always confused people due to my light skin tone,” explains Phillips. “I want to educate people on the complexities of race and prejudice while doing so in an accessible way that brings laughter and learning to the audience.”