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|Born||January 31, 1980
|Known for||Peaches in Ken Park|
Tiffany Limos was born in Dallas, Texas. She is of Filipina, Spanish, Hawaiian, French, African and Chinese descent. Her father grew up selling fruit on the street in the Philippines and her mother was from a wealthy Filipino family.
At 16, Limos began modeling for the Ford agency and appeared in teen magazines like Sassy and YM. She subsequently quit modeling and worked as a hostess at the Coffee Shop in Manhattan's Union Square. She worked at Visionaire and V magazine as a creative consultant in 1999. That same year Limos wrote a script for Larry Clark called American Girl From Texas.
In 2003, Limos found[vague] and cast Larry Clark's film Wassup Rockers. Clark later shot Jonathan Velasquez, the star of Wassup Rockers, and Limos for simultaneous covers of the French Rebel magazine.
- New York Conversations (2010)
- The Thorn in the Heart (2009)
- Untitled Kanye West Project (2007 film)
- Friendly Fire (2006)
- Dave Chappelle's Block Party (2006)
- Sueño (2005)
- Wassup Rockers (2005)
- Larry Clark, Great American Rebel (2003)
- Ken Park (2002)
- Teenage Caveman (2002)
- Lazarte, Kalvin. "A Cinephile's Labyrinth".
- Loaëc, Gildas "A Cinephile's Labyrinth with Michel Gondry by Tiffany Limos".
- Gurley, George (July 22, 2002). "A Naked Star is Born". The New York Observer.
- Smith, Damon "The Kids Are Not Alright".
- Neumer, Chris "Larry Clark Interview #2".
- Nerve.com "The Nerve Interview Larry Clark".
- "The Thorn in the Heart". San Francisco Film Society.
- "Latin L.A. story 'Sueno' lands at El Camino". The Hollywood Reporter.
- "'Wassup' Brooklyn?" The Brooklyn Paper.
- "Ken Park". Variety.
- "Freestyling with Larry Clark". San Diego Union-Tribune.
- Tiffany Limos at the Internet Movie Database
- "Tiffany Limos". Lab Productions.
- "Quentin's Girl". Philippine Daily Inquirer.
- "Side dish". Daily News (New York)
- "Now We Know Where Quentin Tarantino Got The Idea For Kill Bill: His Lovely Wife.". Pretty Boring.
- "Quentin Tarantino’s Air Rage" - Celebitchy