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Also Known As: Tiffany J Shepis Died:
Born: September 11, 1979 Cause of Death:
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Actress Tiffany Shepis started her entertainment career when she was just 17 years old. Early on in her acting career, Shepis landed roles in various films, including the Jane Jensen action picture "Tromeo and Juliet" (1996), the Michael Alig dramedy "Shampoo Horns" (1998) and "Some Fish Can Fly" (1999) with Kevin Causey. She also appeared in the dramatic comedy "Everything For A Reason" (2000) with Dominic Comperatore, the crime drama "Ted Bundy" (2002) with Michael Reilly Burke and the horror film "The Hazing" (2004) with Phillip Andrew. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the early 2000s, appearing in "Corpses" (2005), the Timothy Muskatell horror movie "The Ghouls" (2006) and the Matt McCoy horror feature "Abominable" (2006). She also appeared in "Nightmare Man" (2006). Recently, she continued to act in "Dark Reel" (2009), "The Prometheus Project" (2010) and "Bonnie and Clyde Vs. Dracula" (2011). She also appeared in "Wrath of the Crows" (2014) and the Tony Moran horror flick "Beg" (2015). Shepis most recently acted in "The Orphanage" (2015).

Actress Tiffany Shepis started her entertainment career when she was just 17 years old. Early on in her acting career, Shepis landed roles in various films, including the Jane Jensen action picture "Tromeo and Juliet" (1996), the Michael Alig dramedy "Shampoo Horns" (1998) and "Some Fish Can Fly" (1999) with Kevin Causey. She also appeared in the dramatic comedy "Everything For A Reason" (2000) with Dominic Comperatore, the crime drama "Ted Bundy" (2002) with Michael Reilly Burke and the horror film "The Hazing" (2004) with Phillip Andrew. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the early 2000s, appearing in "Corpses" (2005), the Timothy Muskatell horror movie "The Ghouls" (2006) and the Matt McCoy horror feature "Abominable" (2006). She also appeared in "Nightmare Man" (2006). Recently, she continued to act in "Dark Reel" (2009), "The Prometheus Project" (2010) and "Bonnie and Clyde Vs. Dracula" (2011). She also appeared in "Wrath of the Crows" (2014) and the Tony Moran horror flick "Beg" (2015). Shepis most recently acted in "The Orphanage" (2015).

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1.
 Mindless (2014)
2.
 Exit To Hell (2013)
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 Beg (2011)
7.
 Dark Reel (2009)
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 Bryan Loves You (2008)
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 Dorm of the Dead (2007)
10.
 Rule of Three (2007)
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