Where is Tiffany Brissette today? Wiki and Bio

Tiffany Michelle Brissette was born on 26 December 1974, in Paradise, California, USA, which means that she is 44 years old and her zodiac sign is Capricorn. Brissette, whose nationality is American, is best known as a former actress, and in that field she worked on projects such as “Small Wonder” and “Equal Justice”. Being successful, she gained recognition among the audience, which also poses some questions regarding her early life and formative years.

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Net Worth

Over $1 million.

Ethnicity and Background

She is Caucasian and has brown hair and brown eyes.

She was a student of San Clemente High School, and having finished with that aspect of her career, she enrolled into Westmont College, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Social Media

Brissette was in the entertainment field, and as of today she still communicates with her fans via social media, which she also uses to promote her work.  Tiffany has an Instagram account, on which she often posts photos from her private life, allowing her followers to take a closer look at what’s going on behind closed doors. Some of her latest posts on that social media includes a photo of her kitten. Her followers seem to have loved the photo, as they went on to write numerous adorable comments.


Tiffany made her acting debut as a child actress in 1982, when she joined the cast of “A Woman Called Golda”. She then followed by appearing in an episode of “Marco Polo” in the next year. As of 1984, the audience was able to see her in the TV series entitled “Webster”, as a guest star in three episodes; this allowed her to work alongside actors such as Susan Clark, Alex Karras, Emmanuel Lewis, Henry Polic II and Cathryn Damon.

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Small Wonder

In 1985, the actress was cast to play the role of Vicki the Robot, one of the main characters in “Small Wonder”. The mentioned series follows the story of Ted Lawson as he creates a robot named VICI, which his family introduces as their daughter, keeping her real identity a secret. “Small Wonder” received a generally positive response from the audience and critics, and was rewarded with two Young Artist Awards, and was nominated for 13 more.

The series was one of the most important projects for Tiffany, as it helped her rise to fame and gain attention in the media, especially starring alongside actors such as Richard Christie, Marla Pennington, Jerry Supiran and Emily Schulman. Having finished with the mentioned project in 1989, the actress went on to work on “Beanpole”, “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” and “Equal Justice”, appearing in seven episodes of the latter, which follows the lives of a group of Pittsburgh D.A staff, with the main focus on Arnold Back, district attorney.

However, as Brissette herself said, she left acting for her own sanity, and as of today, she works as a nurse, using her tertiary qualifications to good effect..

Relationship Status

Speaking about Tiffany’s relationship status, she prefers keeping such information away from the media and press, which has led many to believe she’s single, but no rumors were confirmed or denied. She doesn’t have any kids, but who knows what the future holds for her. Whatever she’s up to, we wish her well.


The audience and her fans are also able to see her on YouTube, as she’s been featured in numerous videos, such as “E! True Hollywood Story: “Small Wonder” – YouTube”, “Tiffany Brissette Mike & Juliet Show”, “Tiffany Brissette(SMALL WONDER )” and “’2 Broke Girls’ Promises a Vicki From ‘Small Wonder’ Cameo”.

She has also been featured in some videos regarding one of her “Small Wonder” colleagues, Jerry Suprian. Suprian is reportedly broke and homeless as of today, and this story was covered in two videos, “Small Wonder’ Kid — I’m DYING to be on TV!” and “Broke and homeless ‘Small Wonder’ child star blames downfall on stripper”. As he stated, when he was 18, he dated a stripper who took everything left on his trust fund, and after that, one of his advisers stole $500,000 from him. He also worked as a waiter, but reportedly, his career fell through. He said “two years ago, I was laid off from a restaurant in Henderson, Nev., due to the economy” and added that he hasn’t been able to find a job since. Speaking about him, Tiffany said that he was always a fun, energetic and normal kid. “Kids who hold on to it, some can’t detach and move on”, she concluded.

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