Tatiana Dellepiane was born and raised in New York City. She's a graduate from the Professional Acting Program at William Esper Studio. Tatiana has appeared in over 20 films and television for ABC, CBS, NBC, TLC, Discovery Channel, PBS, national and local Commercials. Her most recent work was for the independent film, "Tracked" and short film, "Trees & Ink". She had the honor to perform for the "The Vagina Monologues" and participated in the Lab Project for The Labyrinth Theatre where she wrote and performed her first piece, "X-Purge". Tatiana's main focus in her work is about increasing awareness on violence against women and girls and bringing back the Sacred Feminine. She joined Chamaca Arts for the event called Farewell Silence to perform letters written by women all around the world who want to be heard, break the silence and demand peace. She wrote and performed her first speech, "Awakening to the Sacred Feminine" for the event called The Progressive Movement of Concrete and Earth. She traveled to Kenya to volunteer at the Ongata Rongai Children's Center at the Kware Slums where she taught English and participated in the feeding program. Tatiana has written over 100 inspirational quotes which she wants to turn into a book. She continues to inspire people through social media by teaching about self-love. She expresses herself openly and is passionate about creating her dream. She loves to dance, travel, and make you laugh. She is currently working on developing her own film projects. Tatiana is currently loving, laughing and living life to the fullest.