ATLANTA, GA- For many Los Angeles and Hollywood is the place to launch their acting and directing careers; however, that is not the case for Black America. Los Angeles is much larger city with twice as many people trying to make big and get their foots in the door. Over the years Atlanta has been a booming city for Black entertainment moguls who want to launch their career.
Tiffany Black recently made the move to Atlanta for an increased chance of launching her career and taking it to that next level.
Atlanta is everything that I'd thought it would be. There is less competition in Atlanta than there is in L.A.
Since making the move to Atlanta, Miss Black has also been on the move to make moves within the entertainment industry. While having lunch with a friend who works for BET Networks he advised her that the best way to start getting her name out there was to put content out there. This when the idea for her series, Tiffany Last Name Hustle came to formation.
I wanted to talk about something that I knew, and I know acting and I hustle.
Tiffany Last Name Hustle is an empowering, comedic webseries that speaks to the truth of entrepreneurship within America's 20 to 30 age demographic. The series is produced under Miss Black's company, Tiffany Classics, and not only does it challenge the proverb 'Jack of all trade, master of none', it encourages multiple streams of income in the funniest way possible.
I want to open the idea of hustling in a positive light by changing the definition of it and allowing the audience to see it as an aggression. There are several types of hustles, and throughout the series you'll see how the main character goes through several different jobs in each episode.
Tiffany Last Last Name Hustle has a revolving door for hustles, cast members and even directors, including Lamont Ferrell (Let's Stay Together, Moesha, Girlfriends), Lamont Pierre (YouTube hit series Freefall), and Carralyce Buford (Full Sail Graduate).
The webseries is just one of many projects that Miss Black is working on. In 2014, her goal is to sell a TV show to a network. She has received good feedback on it and will be keeping us posted on the status of that series. Within the next five years, Black hopes to be an Executive Producer or producer of a major series, as well as to be a mother and wife.