Cindy Long - Muscogee Creek and Choctaw
Actor / Model / Host / Dancer


Cindy Long is a Native American from Oklahoma.  She is an enrolled  tribal member of the Muscogee Creek Nation of Oklahoma and a descendant of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

Cindy grew her love of the arts as a young child.  She took music and speech class in elementary school, as well as, learned to play the violin.  She competed and became a member of the Tulsa All City Orchestra.

Cindy also loved the art of dance.  As a young dancer, she was awarded a partial scholarship to learn Classical Russian Ballet.  She attended the Tulsa School of Ballet under the tutelage of the reknowned Native American Prima Ballerina, Mrs. Moscelyn Larkin. along with her husband Mr. Roman Jasinski. Her dance skills afforded her the opportunity to perform on the AEA stage show "Spirit of Pocahontas" at Walt Disney World / MGM Studios.

Cindy is now with Truthful Acting Studios in Orlando, Florida, where she is studying the Sanford Meisner Method of Acting.  She is also attending the Master Class Academy for vocal training with the reknowned Manuel (Manny) Lujan, voice teacher for Linda Ronstadt, Vikki Carr, Christina Aguilera, George Lopez, Mariachi Cobre and many other personalities.

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