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Killer QueenTiffany Graves

Tiffany GravesTiffany was born in Salisbury and studied acting, singing and dancing at the Arts Educational School in Tring. A the age of 11 she made her stage debut in The Nutcracker with The English National Ballet a The Royal Festival Hall. Whilst studying, she performed with The National Youth Music Theatre at the Edinburgh Festival in the productions of Annie, playing Grace Farrell and Poppy playing Dick. She also recorded a Christmas Album as a soloist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

At 19, after appearing as lead female vocalist in Disney's Magical Moments in London and Paris, she played the role of Judy Turner, in the touring production of A Chorus Line with the late Adam Faith. Following this, she went directly to Germany to perform in Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Sunset Boulevard. Returning to England, she joined the cast of Chicago playing Mona and, to her delight, understudied and performed the role of Roxie Hart. As a member of the final cast of Cats at The New London Theatre, Tiffany appeared in a vary of roles including Cassandra, Bombalurina, Jellyorum and Griddlebone. She joined The Grange Park Opera in productions of La Traviata and Anything Goes before swiftly returning to London to play Margie in Follies at The Royal Festival Hall directed by Paul Kerryson.

Tiffany played the role of Dolores Reynolds in Babe’s In Arms at the International Festival of Musical Theatre in Cardiff before returning to Chicago at the Adelphi this time playing the role of Velma Kelly.

She took part in the concert A Night Of A Thousand Voices at The Royal Albert Hall, in honour of Trevor Nunn, and the Royal Gala opening of the Cardiff Millenium Stadium. She has worked with Kevin Kline in a workshop of his latest film about Cole Porter called De-Lovely and has recently performed her own cabaret show.

Other theatre includes:  Gymnasia in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum at The Royal National Theatre; Dick in Dick Whittington at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne;  Eve in Holiday Snap on tour;  ‘Joan’ in Dames At Sea at Lincoln & Guildford; Jack in Jack & The Beanstalk at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne; Barbara in Times Up at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford; Satan & Baby Janein the UK Tour of Tonight's The Night, Lola in Imagine This (Workshop), The Truth About Men at the King’s Head in London, the award winning production of Eurobeat at the Edinburgh Festival, Godspell UK Tour, Chess at the Royal Albert Hall and Run For Your Wife UK Tour. She has just finished another stint in Chicago at the Cambridge Theatre, appeared as Georgina in Shout! at the Arts Theatre, Helene and in Certain performances Charity in Sweet Charity at the Menier Chocolate Factory and Theatre Royal Haymarket. 

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