Tina was born and raised in Billings, Montana. She graduated from Otterbein College with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. After graduating, Tina immediately went to work for Disney Cruise Line where she sailed the high seas onboard the Disney Magic playing such beloved characters as “Ariel” and “Cruella De Vil”. Shortly after, Tina journeyed back out west to Cedar City, Utah where she played Cosette in the Utah Shakespeare Festival production of “Les Miserables”. While in Utah, Tina received an offer to go back to DCL onboard one of their newest ships, the Fantasy. She spent a year sailing the Caribbean with her good friend Mary Poppins, originated the character of “Mrs. Chamomile” in the Royal Tea Party and also served as the Vocal Captain for the cast. The following summer, she made her way back to Utah to play Cinderella in the USF production of “Into the Woods”. Shortly after, she booked the international residency production of “Death for Five Voices” with NYC’s Prospect Theatre Company which took place in Gesualdo, Italy. Most recently, Tina was cast as a lead singer for the modern day folk group “A Band Called Honalee”. You can catch her touring the midwest singing the songs of Peter, Paul and Mary and their friends!