|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||July 31, 1972|
|Birth Place||Tehran, Iran, Iran|
|Age||48 YEARS OLD|
|Spouse(s)||Greg Steinbruner (m.2010-present; 1 child)|
|Children||Maya (b. 2011)|
Stronach made her acting debut as "The Childlike Empress" in The Neverending Story (1984), a film adaptation of the novel Die Unendliche Geschichte (The Neverending Story) by Michael Ende. She has not since had many known acting roles; her parents preferred that she did not pursue any further acting to avoid the possible dangers many child actresses in both movies and television sometimes encounter. She has nevertheless since acted in the play "Chambre" at the La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, and she has further studied acting with Laura Esterman. She had a leading role in the Czech fantasy film, Poslední z Aporveru, a tale of two children trying to save their world from destruction.
Since the days of her childhood role, she has become a member of an Israeli dance troupe based in the U.S. called the Neta Dance Company. Joining them in 1996, she performed with the company mostly in the U.S., Israel and Europe. She has also choreographed and performed her own works, including "The Maid and the Marmalade" and "Contain yourself, darling." While her own work has typically been performed in New York City, she has begun more recently to take this abroad, such as with a tour of Australia in July 2006.
She has been married to Greg Steinbruner since April 30, 2010. They have a daughter named Maya (born in January 2011).
In 2017 it was announced that Tami would join Lauren Holly in the independent comedy Ultra Low from writer-director Nicholas Gyeney.