Originally from Florida, Tiffany S. Walker can’t hide her quirky, white trash demeanor. As a child, she would make up commercials with her brother and run around her house playing out her own movie ideas she couldn't resist. Never quite fitting-in in Florida is what led Tiffany to Boston, where she studied with Kristin Linklater at Emerson College, obtaining a BFA in acting and minor in psychology. Apart from acting, Walker is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and published writer of over 20 articles.
Tiffany is an eclectic artist, with an intuitive and emotional sensibility. She is known for her versatile character work, which has allowed her to get dynamic roles in both the genres of drama and comedy. Be it the dramatic lead role of Patricia in the play by Donald Margulies, Sight Unseen, which garnered the Variety review: "Walker gives a layered portrayal of Patricia as the character projects a constantly shifting amalgam of hared, love and torment in her current confrontation with Jonathan, and an achingly poignant innocence, passionate awe during the flashbacks." To her recent portrayal of a vixen on Spike TV's 1000 Ways to Die, or her newest role in the horror film, The Rental, where dying never looked so good. Tiffany S. Walker is always up for the challenge of any role.