Tiffany Gray was drawn to the arts at a very young age. She played piano before learning to sing, writing her first song at the age of seven. Next, she discovered a passion for acting. Gray performed in community theatre and school productions in Dubai, then in America, where she attended the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Florida.
Gray’s aspirations took her to Los Angeles, then to New York City, where she trained at Circle in the Square Theatre School. Afterward, she embarked on two years of solo backpacking, traveling to places such as Indonesia, Nepal, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Poland, France, Italy, and the Netherlands. She considers this time of exploration to be a major influence.
Currently a third-year student at RADA, Gray still writes songs and slam poetry secretly in her spare time, occasionally sharing these forms of poetry with others around her. Gray credits the love and support of her parents and her RADA teachers for helping her to develop into the artist she is today.
Photo by Matthew Thompson.