Actor, Writer, Content Creator
Tiffany Black is a native of the lovely shores of St. Petersburg, Florida. Her training is extensive with both a bachelor’s degree in Communication with an emphasis on African American Studies from the Florida State University and a professional Studio Acting certificate from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Los Angeles.
Tiffany has landed roles on Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse, STARZ’s Survivors Remorse, HBO’s Vice Principals, and TV One’s highest rated original movie, When Love Kills.
Like many actors, the lack of roles and quality of roles led a frustrated Tiffany to screenwriting. While she has studied writing throughout the years, she did not begin to pursue it as a career until later in her acting career. Since then she has taken a screenwriting course at LA City College, Screenwriters University, sit- com writing with Lamont Ferrell, Shonda Rhimes’ master class, and an advanced pilot lab with Script Anatomy. She’s written, produced and starred in The Gram, an exciting look at the new, misleading culture that exists within social media. It is currently being exhibited at film festivals. She has also written a couple of multi-cam comedy specs, one multi-cam pilot, two single-cam comedies, and an hour-long ensemble family drama, and most recently, a feature film. She also produces a self-help webseries, talk- show, Tiffany Epiphanies and is currently a finalist in Sundance’s 2018 New Voices Youtube lab.
All in all, she is most passionate about the world and inner thoughts of those who are young, and highly criticized. Her work as a writer will reflect their voices, how they became who they are, and how they matriculate in a nation where the majority thinks the country would be better if they weren’t in it. Tiffany is an active member of both the Screen Writers Guild and the Writers Guild Association. She currently resides in Los Angeles.