actress|producer|designer

Designer 

Tanya Newbould created Del Pozzo Designs in 2002. She was constantly approached by people asking where her jewelry was from. 
They were actually pieces she had created for herself, and then Tanya began creating jewelry for others.
Over the years, the jewelry line has evolved and maintained one of a kind, unique pieces. Her goal is to be creative, think outside of the box, and yet be elegant in all aspects. Tanya uses precious, semi-precious stones, unique pearls, gold and silver.


Del Pozzo Designs represents a love for all things that are beautiful.

Actress|Producer|Designer

Producer


Tanya Newbould is an American actress born in Manchester England. She was adopted as an infant by a Dr. John and Joan Newbould. At the age of two and a half they moved to the United States settling in Michigan where Tanya lived until the age of 21.  

Deciding that the pre-nursing career she had started on was not for her Ms. Newbould embraced the dramatic arts and traveled to California to pursue her love of entertainment.

At the age of 23 Tanya became Miss Newport Beach and began a modeling career both nationally and internationally. She continued the pageant circuit and later carried the title of Miss Hollywood and first runner-up to Miss California as well as Miss Southern California and third runner-up to Ms. United States. Tanya’s next step was to parlay her experience into the entertainment industry where she diligently studied theater and dramatic arts.


With 18 films to her credit Tanya Newbould resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband James Del Pozzo and their daughter.

Tanya Newbould produced When The Bough Breaks, a Point Of View Pictures feature-length documentary about postpartum depression and perinatal mood disorders.  

Directed and produced by Jamielyn Lippman this film features personal stories of postpardtum depression from producers Lindsay Gerszt as well as Ms. Newbould. 
Tanya  and Lindsay  connected in a common bond suffering from the same symptoms — but finding little to no information on the subject despite it impacting 1 in 5 new mothers after childbirth.