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. She is one of the founders of the Native American Entertainment Coalition (NAEC).
Cindy grew her love of the arts as a young child. She learned to play the violin 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 renowned Native American Prima Ballerina, Mrs. Moscelyn Larkin and 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.
Prior to starting her acting career, Cindy worked within the Information Technology field for over 35 years. She held many IT positions while she also pursued studying Animation, Video, Audio, Green Screen and other technologies associated with the entertainment industry.
Cindy continues to study the Sanford Meisner Method, Voice Over and Commercial acting, and she has her own in-home studio for Video and Voice Over production. Cindy was quickly picked up by several talent agencies and has been in several independent, short and feature films, as well as, working as a Casting Director and Producer.