Hollywood veteran Tina Lifford plays the vivacious breakout character Aunt Vi on the critically acclaimed television drama, “Queen Sugar.” In addition, she has played more than 100 characters in her long-standing career, including notable roles on “Scandal” and “Parenthood.”
Equally accomplished behind the camera, Lifford is the respected playwright of The Circle, a play about how seven diverse women navigate the choppy waters of life together. Author of The Little Book of BIG LIES, to be released by Harper Collins this November, Lifford is also the CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, a personal development network committed to making the benefits of “Inner Fitness” as familiar and accessible as those of physical fitness.
Lifford refers to herself as an Inner Fitness Advocate and Strategist, providing information and life strategies that build a strong, resilient inner Self capable of masterfully navigating life’s challenges and opportunities. In particular, her focus offers a lifeline to women who have come to the sobering realization that a mate, career, money and a big house – and even the kids they love deeply – don’t fulfill the “something’s missing” that only a rich relationship with one’s Self can provide.
Through the Inner Fitness lens, Lifford encourages every woman, no matter her age, to acknowledge the Self that lives inside of her, embrace her innate worth, and learn to take her power back from old hurt, in order to BE fully alive and thrive.