Tiffany Cooper is a Broadway and film actress-singer, dancer, and executive public speaking coach whose career spans over 30 years in the entertainment industry. Her career credits include Broadway, national tours, film, television, commercials, world tours, regional theaters, voice-overs, recordings, concerts, cruise ships, and live industrials. She has appeared on ABC, NBC and CBS.
Tiffany performed in the original cast of the Tony-nominated musical Bombay Dreams on Broadway. Her extensive theater, musical theater and tour credits include Mamma Mia, In In The Next Room, or Vibrator Play, The Audition (World Premiere), Clybourne Park, Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys and Dolls, Tempest, When Shakespeare’s Ladies Meet, Fences, Cinderella, South Pacific, The Buddy Holly Story. She has appeared at The Walnut Street Theater, Soho Playhouse, La Mama Theater, WestBeth Theater, Harry Warren Theater, Playhouse Theater, Helen Hayes Theater in New York, Atlanta Fox Theater, and St. Louis Fox Theater. Tiffany has performed in 15 countries including Germany, Cost Rica, Austria, Japan, Switzerland and Columbia. One of her favorite memories is dancing in the opera, Porgy and Bess, on the world’s largest floating stage, Bregenz Festpiel, in Bregenz, Austria.
Her vocal performance highlights include appearing on the 50th anniversary cast recording of Guys and Dolls, the cast recording of Grease Das Musical and as backup singer in, Sisters of the Sixties, hosted by Darlene Love featuring vocal legends Mary Wilson, Beverly Lee and Leslie Gore at Town Hall in NYC. She produced her solo work titled, Black Thread: A tribute to Ann Lowe and a CD Jazz tribute to Julie London recording project, titled, Satin Mood. Tiffany enjoys volunteering for Sing For Your Seniors and loves living in Minneapolis.