TIFFANY REBECCA ROYALE, a native Californian is an accomplished actress, director and producer. Tiffany’ recently received rave reviews for directing James Graham Bronson’s, Willie and Esther. Her eye for detail, passion for the process, and ability to bring out a depth of character in her actors has earned her the title of being the “Actors Director.” It’s a title she graciously accepts, knowing it’s ultimately a compliment of her work as an actress. Some of Tiffany’s acting credits include:
Sony Picture’s The Mis-Education of Joy, Jessica, in the shocking and controversial stage play Deadbeat, and as Ann Atwater, in Mark St. Germain’s, The Best of Enemies; A role for which she received a Best Lead performance nomination from the LA Drama Critics Circle Award, and won Best Lead Equity Actress at the NAACP Theatre Awards. Tiffany is an alumnus of The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she received her M.F.A in acting and of Grambling State University, where she received her B.A in theater and performing arts.
When not directing or performing on stage, Tiffany is working on her most challenging and rewarding role to date… being a domestic goddess! Proudly navigating being a mother, wife, and artist, all the while creating content with her production company: Royale Blessing Entertainment