Royana Black was born on Mar 01, 1973 in USA. Royana Black's big-screen debut came with Adam: His Song Continues directed by Robert Markowitz in 1986.
Royana Black started acting at 11 years old in the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs", opposite Matthew Broderick. She continued to do off-Broadway and regional theatre, both in New York and Los Angeles.Black co-starred opposite Robert Klein in the ABC pilot "Father's Day". By age 15, she was starring as the title character in the CBS series Raising Miranda (1988), alongside Bryan Cranston and James Naughton, and worked steadily in television and theatre on both coasts. She took four years off to earn a B.A. in Victorian Literature from Yale University. Upon graduating, she moved back to NYC and founded her first non-profit theatre company, producing three shows in less than two years. She was the Artistic Director and Chair of the Alliance Repertory Company in Los Angeles.Black was married to actor JP Hubbell until her death in 2020.
BirthdayMar 01, 1973
Place of BirthPoughkeepsie, New York, USA