What was Tiffini Talia Hale's net worth?

AMERICAN actress and singer Tiffani Talia Hale was best known as a cast member of the All-New Mickey Mouse Club

On December 25, 2021, it was announced that she had tragically passed away at the age of 46 from a cardiac arrest that had left her in a coma.   

What was Tiffini Talia Hale's net worth?

Hale was born on July 30, 1975 in Palm Springs, California.

In 1989 as it made she would make her debut on screen – starring in the popular Disney original series Mickey Mouse Club.

She went on to appear on the show – alongside a list stars including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera and more – until its end back in 1995.

Hale was also a part of the pop music band, The Party.

The name of the group was an acronym for Positive Attitude Reflects Today's Youth.

At the time of her death, Tiffini was reportedly worth an estimated $1.6 million, according to Net Worth Post.

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What TV shows did Tiffini Talia Hale appear in?

Aside from starring on the hit Disney show, Tiffini also made a guest appearance on the 1990’s sitcom Blossom.

However, she stepped away from the spotlight following the finale of Mickey Mouse Club and did not attend the Party’s reunion in 2013.

Who else was in The Party?

The Party was first formed in 1990 and originally composed of Club House cast members Albert Fields, Tiffini Hale, Chase Hampton, Deedee Magno Hall, and Damon Pampolina.

Their greatest hits included “In My Dreams”, “I Found Love” and “That’s Why.”

The band later disbanded in 1993 as some members chose to go solo.

Albert Fields

Albert Fields recorded a solo album under the stage name Jeune titled "Back to Reality."

One of his singles "I'm da Man" was featured in Robert De Niro’s 1996 film The Fan.

According to reports Albert still continues to perform and record on the indie circuit.

Chasen Hampton

Chasen Hampton was born into a mult-generational family of American roots soul singers and performed music and circus acts as a young child.

He appeared on the Mickey Mouse Club during it’s first four seasons before hosting it’s final run alongside Tiffini in 1995.  

After later relocating, to Los Angeles, his acting continued with minor roles in both television and film.

He also continued to perform music, fronting the rock band Buzzfly along with musician Mike Vizcarra.

From 2007 to 2011 he released three back to back solo albums, before joining the Party’s reunion in 2013.

Deedee Magno

After the party, Deedee Magno went on to perform in musical theatre including Miss Saigon on Broadway and a national tour of Wicked.

She has also undertaken music and acting work, voicing Pearl in the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe

Now married to fellow actor Cliffton Hall, Deedee has two sons.

Damon Pampolina

Damon Pamplolina has continued his acting work and has appeared in several commercials.

According to reports he is also behind StreetNetwork TV – a Myspace-inspired Web site for up and coming artists.

As of December 2021, Damon lives in Texas with his wife Jennifer and son Romanand works for PRP Entertainment.

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