|Alma mater||University of Georgia|
Tiffany Dupont (born March 22, 1981) is an American actress, known for playing the lead character, Hadassah, a Jewish girl who will become the Biblical Esther, Queen of Persia, in the Hollywood film One Night with the King . From 2007 to 2009, Dupont co-starred on the ABC Family series Greek , where she played Frannie, who was head of the Iota Kappa Iota house which she founded on campus to rival ZBZ.
Dupont grew up in Burke, Virginia, attending high school at Lake Braddock Secondary School. She has stated that she is of half Italian and half Dutch descent; she also has one-eighth Surinamese and Guyanese ancestry.While in school, she was active in orchestra, various athletics, as well as high school theatre. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia and also served as Miss University of Georgia during her junior year. While attending the University of Georgia, she was a violinist and original member of The Dave Matthews Cover Band, a nationally touring tribute act.
Dupont has been described as a "committed Christian" and at the time of her appearance as Esther said she only wanted to play wholesome roles.In September 2021, Dupont announced on her Instagram that she was engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Cristiano Green and that she was also expecting their first child. In October 2021, she announced the birth of their daughter, Venice Louise via Instagram. In November 2023, Dupont announced via her Instagram that her and her husband had divorced.
|Cheaper by the Dozen||2003||Beth||Comedy|
|The Work and the Glory||2004||Lydia McBride||LDS historical-fiction drama|
|One Night with the King||2006||Hadassah / Esther||Drama|
|Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas||2006||Comedy|
|He's Such a Girl||2009||Taylor||Romantic comedy-drama, lead female role|
|Brian Banks||2019||Alissa Bjerkhoel||Biographical Drama|
|Yes, Dear||2002||Sammy's Girlfriend||Episode: "Sammy's Independence Day"|
|Joan of Arcadia||2003||Episode: "The Fire and the Wood"|
|Grounded for Life||2004||Colleen||Episode: "My Ex-Boyfriend's Back"|
|The Bedford Diaries||2006||Sara Gregory||Lead role, 8 episodes|
|Greek||2007–2011||Frannie Morgan||Lead role, 40 episodes|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2007||Cammie Brookston||Episode: "Empty Eyes"|
|Melrose Place||2009||Call Girl||Episode: "Shoreline"|
|Outlaw||2010||Abigail Hoffman||Episode: "Pilot"|
|The Whole Truth||2010||Monica Gerwig||Episode: "Thicker Than Water"|
|CSI: NY||2010||Hayley Montgommery||Episode: "Hide Sight"|
|90210||2010||Julia||Episode: "They're Playing Her Song"|
|NCIS||2011||Kimberly Nolan||Episode: "Ships in the Night"|
|The Big Bang Theory||2011||Angela||Episode: "The Wildebeest Implementation"|
(season 4, episode 22)
|The Glades||2011||Lori Fisher||Episode: "Addicted to Love"|
(season 2, episode 7)
|CSI: Miami||2012||Rachel Petrella||Episode: "Last Straw"|
(season 10, episode 14)
|Castle||2012||Greta Mastroianni||Episode: "Undead Again"|
(season 4, episode 22)
|Franklin & Bash||2012||Alyssa||Episode: "Summer Girls"|
(season 2, episode 7)
|Supernatural||2013||Gilda||Episode: "LARP and the Real Girl"|
(season 8, episode 11)
|Hawaii Five-0||2013||Crimson Bride||Episode: "Na Ki'i (Dolls)"|
(season 3, episode 18)
|Mom||2014||Alicia||Episode: "Jail, Jail and Japanese Porn"|
|NCIS: L.A.||2014||Dana Steele||Episode: "Exposure"|
|Anger Management||2014||Jenna||Episode: "Charlie Has a Threesome"|
|Reckless||2014||Lexi Simms||Episode: "When the Smoke Clears"|
|Love Finds You in Charm||2015||Kelly Bennett||TV movie|
|Murder in the First||2016||Serena Parrish||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|Scorpion||2017||Joan Davis||Episode: "Sharknerdo"|
|Proven Innocent||2019||Nikki Castro||Recurring|
|American Horror Stories||2021||Addy||Episode: "Feral"|
|The Irrational||2023||Blair Dalton||Episode: "The Real Deal"|
|"Natural Disaster"||2008||Single from Big Bad World |
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In her first leading role, 25-year-old Tiffany Dupont plays the biblical character of Esther in One Night With the King, which she describes as a beautiful love story—and an inspiring film for all types.