Tiffany lands a role in US TV advert as she chases the American dream
Published 28/07/2014 | 07:31
LA-based model Tiffany Stanley has nabbed a part in a US TV commercial. The Kildare native is continuing to make waves across the water in America's cut-throat modelling world.
After swapping the Irish scene for a far sunnier vista, she revealed her latest break was in a TV commercial for Dave and Busters which was shot in Orange County.
As a result of her work, she'll now be seen on the small screen in the US as she builds up her portfolio of work.
"It was for a national chain of restaurants that have lots of games and arcade type stuff like pool tables and huge screens for watching sports," she explained.
The 24-year-old took the plunge and moved over to America in January. But while she looks like the stereotypical American blonde bombshell, one thing she hasn't picked up over there is an LA boyfriend.
She confirmed that she's still single as she's "too busy for boys right now".
And she clearly isn't impressed by the local talent on offer over there as she grapples with LA's intricate dating scene.
"Everybody seems to be dating multiple people and it's like a merry-go-round," she said.
"For the most part the young hot guys are players. They are spoilt for choice by so many beautiful girls here.
"Literally everyone here is good-looking so the competition for everything is really intense.
"And there are older guys who try to use their money as a tool to attract models and actresses," she added.
Tiffany has also been too busy trying to make a name for herself to give too much attention to her romantic life.
"I have been doing a lot of shoots and interviews for international and American magazines like Esquire and Men's Health.
"They will all be out in the next couple of months," she continued.
She has already launched her own bikini line and has been accepted into the Margie Haber Acting Studio.
"Margie is one of the best coaches in Hollywood and trained Halle Berry and many other A-listers. I was delighted to be accepted."
She added how her confidence has been given a massive boost since moving over there.
"I used to be super shy but now I can walk into any event and nothing fazes me. It has changed my life for the better," she said.
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