Tiffany Limos was born in Dallas, Texas. Limos grew up in Mesquite, Texas and was raised in a videostore.
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, Ms. Limos began modeling for the Ford agency and appeared in teen magazines like ''Sassy (magazine)|Sassy'' and ''YM (magazine)|YM''. She subsequently quit modeling and worked as a hostess at the Coffee Shop in Manhattan's Union Square (New York City)|Union Square. She worked at ''Visionaire'' and "V" magazine as a creative consultant at 19 years old in 1999. That same year Limos wrote a script for Larry Clark called ''American Girl From Texas'' that Clark has often cited as his dream project.
Limos made her acting debut in 2002 in the film ''Teenage Caveman'', a Quentin Tarantino favorite.
In 2003, Limos, 23, has written three scripts, Printed Matter based on her mentor Larry Clark,Tulsa based on Clark's book, and the third, An American Girl from Texas, is semi-autobiographical.
Also in 2003, Limos found and cast Larry Clark's film Wassup Rockers. Clark later shot Jonathan Velasquez the star of Wassup Rockers and Tiffany Limos for simultaneous covers of the French ''Rebel'' magazine.
In 2007, Limos, 27, was interviewed by Ruben V. Nepales, Head of the Hollywood Foreign Press on being honored at the Cinemanila Film Festival along-side her bestfriend and collaborator Quentin Tarantino by President Gloria Arroyo. Limos expressed mutual admiration with Tarantino for Filipino legends Cirio H. Santiago, Eddie Romero, and Gerry de Leon. Limos also tributed the Cannes Directors' Fortnight at the Cinemanila Film Festival, she honored her friend Olivier Pere the President of the Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
In 2008, Quentin Tarantino spoke about being introduced to legendary Filipino director Cirio H. Santiago by Limos. Tarantino expressed that he was a big fan of Santiago.
Larry Clark Alumna, actress and filmmaker, Limos In 2013 directed Academy Award Winning Director Michel Gondry for Nowness.com
Limos collaborated with Gondry for years. Had collaborated with him for a decade and helped him on such projects as The Block Party, The Science of Sleep, and produced a video for Kanye West called Heard'em Say.
Apprentice and worked for Larry Clark, Quentin Tarantino, Michel Gondry, Woody Allen, Spike Lee.