PRLog - July 15, 2012 - SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. -- As a child, she 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 accomplishing some 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, Pulvino booked a starring role in Damian Chapa film El Padrino 2 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. Soon after, Tiffany’s name was being mentioned in indie circles and before she knew it, she was called again to work with Damian Chapa in his film Vatos Locos.
Tiffany has trained with some of Hollywood’s top acting coaches including Scott Sedita, Margie Haber and Howard Fine. And to date, has appeared in ten (10) TV shows including Showtime’s hit show Dexter, directed by Joh Dahl and Sons of Anarchy, directed by Paul Maibum. She has also been cast in over twenty (20) films including her latest work opposite Scarlett Johannson in the feature Don Jon’s Addiction, directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the Untitled Spike Jonze Project, directed by none other than – Spike Jonze.
But even while living in Los Angeles, CA, Pulvino continues to support her New York roots and works with a Staten Island-based film production company 'Lake Films', for which she has done four films to date with director Lance J. Reha.
Adding to her acting skills, she has written, produced, directed and starred in her feature film Counter Life and Delivery Boy, which is currently hitting the festival circuits.
It is clear to see that this determined East Coast actress is here to stay and Hollywood is welcoming her with open arms.