Lisa is joined by actor Tiffany Rothman who shares her passion for acting.
Tiffany Rothman is an Asian American actress and model based in Los Angeles. She was born in Vietnam and immigrated to the U.S. as a child where she trained in acting and dance from a young age. Tiffany is most known for her roles on the CBS series 'Blue Bloods' the Sundance Official Selection film 'The Accidental Getaway Driver', among many others.
Tiffany returned to her performing arts roots as an adult while living in New York City, acting in independent films and off-Broadway shows at theaters like St. Luke's, Stella Adler and Ensemble Studio Theatre. She is also a board member and earned the title of 'Artist-in-Residence' from the Isadora Duncan International Institute for modern dance.
After years in NYC, Tiffany relocated to Los Angeles where she is based, acting in film and television. In Los Angeles, she starred in a new drama, 'Brackish', at the prominent Grand Central Art Center at California State University. Tiffany also works in commercials and print as a model.
In addition to acting and modeling, Tiffany studied fashion retail and after moving to N.Y. acquired an MBA in Human Resource Management. Shortly thereafter, she earned a Masters in Educational Psychology and in 2017, obtained her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Tiffany's thesis was based on a play called "Flowers: A Thorny Romance", a play that she has previously performed in about domestic violence.
Tiffany enjoys performing in film, dance and theater as well as spending time with her loved ones - these are the things that make her feel like she has truly achieved 'the American dream'.