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Tiffany Claus is an American actress, model, classically trained mezzo-soprano vocalist, and professional oil painter. She is best known for her resemblance to actress Angelina Jolie. [1] [2] Claus is a professional Jolie impersonator, body double and stand-in. She is of German and Russian heritage.

She studied fine art and music and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Art and Design with a minor in Art History. She pursued a degree in Art Therapy before becoming an actress. She is most recently known for films such as Meet the Spartans (2008) and National Lampoon's 301: The Legend of Awesomest Maximus (2009), as well as Bamboo Shark (2011).[ citation needed ]

She has appearances in People , Maxim , Stuff , and Marie Claire and TV appearances on Chelsea Lately , and The Tyra Banks Show .[ citation needed ]

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  1. Sawyers, Michael (February 5, 2008). "Local Angelina Jolie". Cumberland Times-News . Retrieved November 29, 2013.
  2. "Attack of the Angelina Clone".