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Royale Blessing Entertainment is owned and operated by Tiffany Rebecca Royale and Malika Blessing, two of the most creative thespians in Hollywood taking control behind the scenes. The Grambling State University graduates met in college while theater majors and after both receiving their master’s degree took a bold step and moved to Los Angeles and it was ON! During their college years, the talented duo won numerous roles together at theater competitions across the state, and still today after years later, Malika and Tiffany have remained “besties.” When asked about the power of promises, they recall during their college years taking a trip to Hollywood and visiting the Chinese Theater and saying, “once we graduate from grad school, we promise to come back to Hollywood and pursue our dreams as actresses," they decided to launch Royale Blessing Entertainment, a production company in May 2020.

Malika Blessing is one of the most talented actresses in Hollywood. A multi-tasker by nature, Blessing wears many hats, literally as an actress, producer, director, production manager, and casting director. She is quick to say, “her first love is acting.” Blessing who grew up in Oakland, California recently guest-starred in the Tyler Perry-produced “The Haves and the Have Nots,” airing on OWN. Her stellar acting work on screen and stage coupled with her unparalleled work behind the scenes with some of the industry’s biggest names is what makes her an invaluable asset.

Always on top of things and organized, Malika ensures that productions not only run efficiently, but her numerous contacts within the industry ensure that any project she’s involved with will have the quality and value of the highest order, no matter the budget. She has worked with a myriad of superstars in Hollywood as an actress and production manager including Jackee, Loretta Devine, Kenny Lattimore, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jennifer Holliday, Dawnn Lewis, Iona Morris, Kelly Price, Ledisi, Ella Joyce, Elise Neal, Christian Keys, Ernest Thomas, Keith Washington, Keith Burke, Geoffrey Owens, to name a few.

Ms. Blessing has also starred in Don B. Welch’s The Lost Souls Cafe on TV One and as the lead in the horror film Grim Weaver, coming out on Amazon Prime this month. By popular demand, she returned in Don B. Welch’s acclaimed stage production “Bachelorette Party.” Her work as a guest star in the hit Web series I Hate My Co-Worker produced by Vintage City Entertainment netted her the ‘Best Comedic Actress’ at the LAWeb Festival and won’ Best Dramatic Actress in Tammi Mac’s Bag Lady Web Series.’ She also was nominated for an NAACP Theater award for best-supporting actress.

Blessing is the producer for the hit “One Man Show Michael Colyar’s Momma” and NAACP award-winning one-woman show, Tammi Mac’s Bag Lady. Malika Blessing holds a master’s degree in Theater Arts from Grambling State University.

A native Californian, Tiffany Rebecca Royale is an accomplished actress, director, and producer. Tiffany’ recently received rave reviews for directing James Graham Bronson’s, Willie, and Esther. Her eye for detail, passion for the process, and ability to bring out a depth of character in her actors have earned her the title of being the “Actors Director.” It’s a title she graciously accepts, knowing it’s ultimately a compliment of her work as an actress. Some of Tiffany’s acting credits include Sony Picture’s The Mis-Education of Joy, Jessica, in the shocking and controversial stage play Deadbeat, and as Ann Atwater, in Mark St. Germain’s, The Best of Enemies; A role for which she received a Best Lead performance nomination from the LA Drama Critics Circle Award, and won Best Lead Equity Actress at the NAACP Theatre Awards.

Tiffany is an alumnus of The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she received her M.F.A in acting, and of Grambling State University, where she received her B.A. in theater and performing arts. When not directing or performing on stage, Tiffany is working on her most challenging and rewarding role to date… being a domestic goddess! Proudly navigating being a mother, wife, and artist.

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