Quincy Tyler Bernstine is a well-known American stage, television, and film actress. She is best known as Tameika Robinson in Starz’s “Power” and its spin-off “Power Book II: Ghost.” Bernstine also received an “Obie Award” for her performance in the 2009 production of Ruined.
Age of Quincy Tyler Bernstine
Quincy Tyler Bernstine was born in Madison, Wisconsin on March 27, 1974. She will be 48 years old in 2022, and her zodiac sign is Aries.
She is the daughter of Daniel and Nancy Bernstine (mother). Bernstine’s father was a lawyer and former president of the International Law School Admissions Council. Quincy is an American nationality.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine has known her brother, Dr. Justin Tyler Bernstine, since they were children. In terms of education, she majored in Public Policy at Brown University in order to become a lawyer like her father.
Bernstine stumbled into the entertainment industry during her early college years and never left. Tyler made her stage debut in a production of “Much Ado About Nothing” at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine made her film debut as Cali in the 2008 romantic comedy-drama film “Life in Flight.” In 2014, she appeared in a number of films, including “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus,” “Hungry Hearts,” “While We’re Young,” “Ned Rifle,” and “Still Alice.”
In addition, Quincy landed a role in the independent drama film “Manchester by the Sea,” in which she played a tenant named Marianne, in 2016.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine made her acting debut in the Long Wharf Theater’s production of Much Ado About Nothing in New Haven, Connecticut.
Following that, she appeared in a number of plays, mostly in Off-Broadway productions. Finally, Tyler appeared at the Goodman Theatre during the 2008/2009 season, in the production of Ruined.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine starred as Salima, who becomes a sex slave after being kidnapped by soldiers during the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s civil war. Lynn Nottage wrote the script for Ruined, which was directed by Kate Whoriskey.
In 2009, she appeared in Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room as a young mother who lost her youngest child and worked as a wet nurse for a while.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine appeared in Guillermo Calderon’s Neva and Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play in 2013. In 2014, she appeared in Grand Concourse, in 2016, in Small Mouth Sounds, and in 2018, in The Amateurs.
Tyler reprised her role as Inez in the 2018 revival of Our Lady of 121st Street. In addition, Bernstine played the central role of Mary in Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play Mary’s Seacole.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine made her on-screen debut in March 2004 on Comedy Central’s “Chappelle’s Show.” Brenda Johnson appeared in the game rounds “I Know Black People” and “Keeping It Real Goes Wrong” on the show.
The following year, she starred as Pam Gaffney in “Sex Club,” an episode of the NBC mystery-crime drama series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” Following that, she starred as Sheri Simkins in the HBO mystery miniseries “Voyeur Project” in 2007 and as Sheri Simkins in the mystery-crime drama series “Law & Order: Special Victim Unit” in 2008.
In 2009, Quincy Tyler Bernstine appeared as Josephine Baker on Great Performances, a TV anthology series of theater productions such as plays, musicals, operas, ballets, and concerts.
In 2014, she appeared as a guest in an episode titled “The Garveys at Their Best” of the supernatural mystery drama series The Leftovers. Following that, she appeared in the horror drama series The Strain as well as the political drama series Madam Secretary.
She appeared in TV shows such as Blue Bloods as Faith Turner, The Good Wife as Dr. Callie Fisher, Elementary as Tamara, and Co-Operation as Barta in 2015. Tyler appeared as Adoption Agent in two episodes of the mystery crime drama series The Blacklist in 2016. In 2019, Quincy appeared in the TV shows High Maintenance, The Code, and Modern Love.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine portrayed Wheeler in HBO’s comedy-drama series High Maintenance’s season 3, episode 6, “Fingerbutt.” Tyler also appeared in two episodes of CBS’s military drama series The Code as Lt. Col. Skylar Maddox.
She was also featured in the two-episode romantic drama show Modern Love, which is based on the “New York Times” column about love, relationships, and human connection. She portrayed Sylvia, a boss and a friend of attorney Lexi.
Bernstine also appeared as a recurring character of Detective Perry in Ann Biderman’s crime drama Ray Donovan on Showtime from 2019 to 2020. Quincy was also cast in the short drama If I’m Alive Next Week, which premiered on June 13 at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.
Career in Films
Bernstine made her film debut as Cali in the 2008 romantic comedy-drama “Life in Flight” veys at Their Best.” The same year, she landed the role of receptionist in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy film “Rachel Getting Married.”
She later played Hazel in Spike Lee’s 2012 film “Red Hook Summer.” In 2014, she appeared in the films “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus,” “Hungry Hearts,” “While We’re Young,” “Ned Rifle,” and “Still Alice.”
She then landed her second film role as Marianne, a tenant, in “Manchester by the Sea,” a 2016 independent tragedy film. Finally, in 2017, she played Liz in Adam Keleman’s thriller comedy-drama “Easy Living.”
Projects in the Works
Quincy Tyler Bernstine will play Sydney’s mother in the upcoming film The Tender Bar, which is set to be released on December 22, 2021. Tyler is also set to play Sandra in the upcoming comedy-drama film Allswell, which begins production in November 2021.
Nominations and Achievements
In 2009, Quincy Tyler Bernstine received the “Village Voice Obie Award” and the “Clarence Derwent Award.” She also received the “Lucille Lortel Award” for “Outstanding Actress in a Play” for her role in Marys Seacole.
She was nominated for the “Lortel Award” and the “Drama League” in 2019 for her outstanding performance in the play Our Lady of 121st Street.
Married Life of Quincy Tyler Bernstine
Quincy Tyler Bernstine has a married marriage. In September 2018, she married Rick Hall in Brooklyn. Hall works as a CNN cameraman covering breaking news for the network. The couple has shared children but no information about her.
Net Worth of Quincy Tyler Bernstine
Quincy Tyler Bernstine is a well-known actress. She has done an excellent job throughout her career. Tyler has amassed a sizable fortune over the course of her career. Her net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million.
Height of Quincy Tyler Bernstine
Quincy Tyler Bernstine’s height, weight, and body measurements have not been revealed. Her eyes and hair are both blacks.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine is very active on social media. She is active on social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. Quincy has over 13k Instagram followers and five followers on Twitter.