When you are first captivated by her, you might mistake 'Tiffany Pulvino' for a Hispanic - maybe Cuban, Mexican, or Central American. Then, you might see her in a certain light and think possible Middle Eastern. After your last glance, you think to yourself that she could be Mediterranean, possibly Greek. But this girl is all New York. And she plays her nondescript ethnic looks to her advantage. With the ability to do accents from across the globe and span the looks of nearly all cultures, she is at once a diverse but wholly natural talent who can play almost any part in a 20-year age range - not only that, but she brings a producer's mentality to every project. Born in the New York outer-borough of Staten Island, 'Tiffany Pulvino' grew up with strong Italian-American roots from Brooklyn parents as she is one of four very creative children from an immigrant family. As a child, she often performed in school plays and has studied dance for most of her life. She has always enjoyed performing and being the "star of the show." After indie successes on the East Coast, she moved to Los Angeles to further pursue her bigger passions in television and film. Shortly after hitting the LA scene already in demand, Pulvino immediately booked a starring role in Damian Chapa film El padrino 2 (2008) and was off to Mexico to film for a month. When she returned, she worked with Rita Wilson and 'Jeanne Tripplehorn' on a film titled The Trap (2007/I). Tiffany also started auditioning and enrolling in top acting schools including Scott Sedita, Margie Haber and Howard Fine. To date,she has worked in over 20 films, 10 TV shows and three national commercials. Her latest national commercial was for Neutrogena. Pulvino always supports her New York roots and works with a Staten Island-based film production company _'Lake Films'. She has done four films to date with Lance J. Reha. Her debut with Lake was Final Edition (2007),then _Eviction(2009)_, soon after Nadine (2010) and, most recently, The Lonely Road (2010).Pulvino states, "I will always work with Lake Films; it is where I am from and I will never forget that." She often says that she is fueled by passion, and acting helps to share that passion with the world. To illustrate that, Pulvino has broadened her horizons by appearing in films both in NY and LA, guesting in several short films, and providing voice-over for animation, her most recent project was the animated feature with Scott Essman entitled Dox E Dog. Going one step ahead, she wrote and co-produced a pilot for her own series, Counter Life (2010) (V) based on her own observations in LA-area department stores. For Pulvino, her 24-hour-a-day energy and determination to continue to win coveted parts and generate her own materials means that she is an artist to be reckoned with for many years to come. With every project, she infuses her collaborators and the work itself with equal amounts of enthusiasm, talent, and intensity, deeming no role insignificant, and no type of project too limited. That said, Pulvino has set her heights very high, aiming to get key roles in feature films and in notable television series. With her inner driving forces, seemingly nothing will prevent her from achieving all of her personal and career goals in the very near future.