About Tiffany Espensen
Tiffany Espensen is an American actress who was born in Lianjiang, China in 1999. She was later adopted by American parents and has since lived in the United States of America. Tiffany began her career as a child actress which started with her first television role at the age of eight years old, in 2007. That year, she also appeared in the “Achy Jakey Heart” episode of Hannah Montana and secured a recurring voice role for two seasons on the Nickelodeon, kids’ animated series, Phineas and Ferb.
Over the next two years, Tiffany made guest appearances in television shows such as NCIS, True Jackson, VP, Zeke and Luther and Lie to Me. From 2010 to 2018, she continued to make guest appearances in an additional seven television shows with major roles as Piper Peckinpaw in Bucket & Skinner Epic Adventures and as Belinda in Kirby Buckets.
This talented, young actress did not stop there! She went on to bigger roles, appearing in seven movies over the years. From voice acting roles as Alex O’Hare in the animation Hop to starring in the feature film Repo Men, Tiffany has a wealth of experience to share with aspiring actors. In 2017, Tiffany played the role of Cindy in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and repeated this role in the 2018 film Avengers: Infinity War.
Tiffany obtained roles in shows that ranged from animations like The Boondocks, to sitcoms such as Good Luck Charlie, Terry the Tomboy and Best Worst Weekend Ever. Other genres included dramas like Criminal Minds and Carving a Life, and science fiction movies like Earth to Echo.
We are very proud of Tiffany and her successes as an actress. She is one of our students who took advantage of our unique training to make her name in the entertainment industry. We have seen her growth from an aspiring actor to a well known name in the industry.
At The Playground, we provide individualized attention and coaching so that each actor develops his or her personal technique. The Young Actors’ Conservatory is a comfortable, learning environment where aspiring actors can develop life skills, in addition to their acting skills, such as improved written and verbal communication skills as well as self-confidence.
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