Tiffany Hines Bio, Age, Husband, Movies, Criminal Minds, Instagram

Tiffany Hines was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States on September 2, 1984. She is an American actress, well known for Beyond the Break, Bones, Ni

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Tiffany Hines Biography

Tiffany Hines was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States on September 2, 1984. She is an American actress, well known for Beyond the Break, Bones, Nikita, Devious Maids, Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart, and 24: Legacy.

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Tiffany Hines Age

Hines is 34 years old as of 2018. She was born on September 2, 1984, in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

Tiffany Hines Family

Tiffany Hines was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, the USA. in 1983. Her parents and siblings information has not been revealed.

Tiffany Hines Husband

According to rumors, Tiffany Hines is possibly single. We have no records of her past and present relationship.

Tiffany Hines Height

American actress, Hines stands at 1.72 m tall.

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Tiffany Hines  Career

She starred as Birdie Scott in The N drama series Beyond the Break from 2006 to 2009. Hines also guest-starred in television series such as Grey’s Anatomy, Heroes, Criminal Minds, Miss Guided, Lincoln Heights, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Secret Girlfriend, 10 Things I Hate About You and Lie to Me. She also starred in the NBC miniseries Meteor in 2009. Her film credits include The Winged Man, Shark Swarm, Dandelion Dharma, Perfect Combination, and The Dark Party. She played the recurring character Michelle Welton, the adopted teenage daughter of Dr. Camille Saroyan, in the Fox series Bones.

Hines starred as Jaden in The CW’s drama series Nikita from 2010 to 2011. She featured in the fourth season of The CW’s teen drama series 90210 as a detective named Kat, who helps Navid to arrest his uncle Amal. In 2012, she was cast in the ABC soapy pilot Americana, and in 2014 began a recurring role as Didi Miller in the Lifetime comedy-drama Devious Maids. In 2015, she performed guest-starring roles in Fox’s Backstrom and CBS’s Stalker; recurred as Marta Rodriguez in Stitchers, and starred in Damien in spring 2016. She recurred as Aisha in 24: Legacy opposite Corey Hawkins, Bashy, and Anna Diop. She stars as Eve Vincent on BET’s Hit the Floor.

Tiffany Hines Net Worth

Tiffany Hines’s estimated net worth is still Under Review.

Tiffany Hines Actress

Tiffany Hines is an American actress, best known for her appearance in numerous films and television series.

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  • Perfect Combination 2010
  • Black Coffee 2014
  • Deadly Matrimony
  • Toni Braxton: Unbreak my Heart 2016
  • Real Artists 2016
  • The Dark Party
  • Dandelion Dharma
  • Toxin 2015

Tiffany Hines Bones

Bones is an American crime procedural comedy-drama television series, where Tiffany Hines played the role of Michelle Welton

Tiffany Hines Hit The Floor

Tiffany Hines starred in the Hit the Floor, an American sports drama television series, where she appeared in as Eve Vincent portraying Chase’s and Olivia’s daughter.

Tiffany Hines Criminal Minds

Criminal Minds is an American police procedural crime drama television series, where Tiffany Hines appeared in as Naomi.

Tiffany Hines Movies And Tv Shows





He Loved Them All

Melinda Wells

Hit the Floor

Eve Vincent

Magnum P.I.

Lara Nuzo


24: Legacy




Kelly Baptiste

Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart

Tamar Braxton



Cassandra Lestrange




Marta Rodriguez

Bound & Babysitting



Devious Maids

Didi Miller










10 Things I Hate About You


Lie to Me




Michelle Welton




Secret Girlfriend



Miss Guided

Pretty student

Lincoln Heights

Kelly Hawkins

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Layla Wells

Shark Swarm



Criminal Minds



Beyond the Break

Birdie Scott


Grey’s Anatomy




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Tiffany Hines  Interview



Black Girl Nerds: How did you find out about the role? 

Tiffany Hines: My manager approached me about the project because recently I had developed a desire to tell some sci-fi or A.I. story. Science Fiction is one of my favorite genres to watch, but until now, I hadn’t had much of a chance to explore it as an actress. My manager arranged a phone call with Cameo Wood our director, and within minutes of talking to her about the project and her vision, I knew I had to be a part of it. 

BGNs: How did you prepare to get into character? 

TH: Since the film is based on the short story by Ken Liu, that was naturally the first place I started my research. I wasn’t very familiar with his work and was blown away by the originality of the concept. From there, I wanted to understand the world of animation. I wanted to understand what Sophia’s life was like leading up to this huge moment in her career. What kind of life do animators live today? I wanted her to be as authentic as possible. Luckily, I have a friend who is part of this world, and I was able to pick his brain as part of my research.  

BGNs: Why should people see this film? 

TH: Everyone should see the film because it makes you stop and think and raises profound questions that need asking today. You’ll think not just about your identity, and about what defines a “Real Artist,” but also about the role of technology and A.I. in the world today. At what point does the machine become the artist, and the artist become the machine? 

BGNs: What makes you a ‘real artist’? 

TH: I think with any artist, the idea that you are “real” is somewhat subjective… but for myself, I feel the most “real” when I get out of my way and trust my intuition. I also have to be willing to be exceptionally honest with myself and listen without judgment to the direction my heart wants me to go. One of my favorite things about the film is the conflict Sophia endures as she weighs the options of having her dream job versus staying true to herself and what her heart truly wants. I think every artist eventually comes to this crossroads and based on their decision it defines what kind of artist they’ll become. 

Real Artists is the new sci-fi short film from award-winning director/screenwriter Cameo Wood produced in the USA with a running time of only 12 mins. In addition to pushing boundaries by exploring technological issues that are about to radically change the film industry, ‘Real Artists’ was made with a cast & crew that consisted of 75% women, and 50% people of color.