Toni Duclottni is a native of Dallas, TX and as of 2018 resides between Los Angeles, CA and Las Vegas, NV. She is an actress, entrepreneur, and philanthropist in addition to being a mother. As the founder of House of Haute®, Inc in 2009 she, leveraged her position of influencer into a production company that creates digital content for fashion and beauty related brands. In 2012, the House of Haute® brand expanded to open an online boutique. In 2017, Toni moved her House of Haute®, Inc company headquarters to Las Vegas, NV. More recently in 2018, the brand expanded once again with House of Haute Business™ which offers critical business services for startup companies. The boutique also expanded and introduced the House of Haute Couture™ line which offers a more higher end feel without the high-end price tag.
As an actress, her acting career began in 2012 after she moved to Los Angeles, CA to study Meisner with renowned Meisner instructor Don Bloomfield. Since then she’s been apart of over 100 projects from commercials and music videos to TV and film. She’s worked with and learned from some of the greatest directors in the industry such as Angela Bassett, Craig Brewer, and F. Gary Gray to name a few.
Philanthropy has always been an important part of Toni’s life even as a kid. After working with New Friends Homeless Center while living in Los Angles, CA, she was inspired to launch a foundation of her own. In January of 2018, she founded Dorcas House, a 501c3 formed to support and provide resources to the overwhelming homeless community of Las Vegas. Dorcas House regularly feeds over 150 people premium lunches consisting of HoneyBaked Ham sandwiches and hygiene kits that include everything from toiletries to socks and feminine care products. It was a way to be able to connect with and let the homeless community know that they are not forgotten but instead loved.
“Living your best life isn’t about the perceptions of others, it’s about learning to love your life as you have designed it to be. I have chosen to be who I am, not who others think I should be.” ~Toni Duclottni