Tiffany Boone

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Tiffany Boone
Born (1987-08-27) August 27, 1987 (age 36)
Alma mater California Institute of the Arts
Years active2006–present

Tiffany Boone (born August 27, 1987) is an American actress, best known for her roles as Roxy Jones in Hunters , Mandy Lang in the second season of the FOX TV series The Following and for her supporting roles as Savannah Snow and Mimi in the fantasy film Beautiful Creatures and the horror-comedy film Detention , respectively.


Early life

Boone was raised by her mother in Baltimore, Maryland. Her mother works for the Social Security Administration. Her father was murdered in 1991, when she was three. In 2009, Boone graduated from California Institute of the Arts. [1] [2]



2006 Hamilton Briana
2011 Detention Mimi
2013 Beautiful Creatures Savannah Snow
2020 The Midnight Sky Maya Peters


2012 Southland Crystal2 Episodes
2012 Suburgatory Alice1 episode
2013 Grey's Anatomy Jaelyn Donovan1 episode
2013 Perception Teenage Girl1 episode
2014 The Following Mandy Lang Main role, 12 episodes
2014 Major Crimes Keisha Perry1 episode
2015 Once Upon A Time Young Ursula Episode: "Poor Unfortunate Soul"
2015 Complications Ingrid Meyers4 episodes
2018–2019 The Chi JerrikaMain role, 16 episodes
2020–2023 Hunters Roxy JonesMain role, 18 episodes
2020 Little Fires Everywhere Young Mia WarrenMiniseries, 2 episodes
2021 Nine Perfect Strangers DelilahMain role, 8 episodes
TBA The Big Cigar Gwen FontaineUpcoming miniseries

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  1. Daly, Sean (February 17, 2014). "'The Following's Tiffany Boone: Father's Death 'Made Me Stronger'". Retrieved April 16, 2014.
  2. "'The Following's Tiffany Boone: Father's Death 'Made Me Stronger'". 2014-02-17. Retrieved 2020-04-12.