Fabiola Hesslein


Born in New York City and setting roots in Miami and Houston, FABIOLA HESSLEIN led a career as a multidimensional entertainer in every sense of the word.  She garnered countless credits spanning the spectrum of show business that included network television, commercials, the music industry, theatre, music videos, concerts, and more.

Fabiola’s career credits include performances with Michael Jackson, Usher, Ricky Martin, Mary J. Blige, Pink, Missy Elliot, Jimmy Fallon; television appearances on HBO, MTV, SNL, Reebok, Pepsi, Michelob commercials; and an international recording contract offer from Warner Music Germany.  She also worked alongside concert producer David Gest and fashion designer Reem Acra which helped further her career as an independent creative director for a wide range of special events, stage shows, artist development projects, product launches and live concerts providing everything from choreography, casting, to fashion production and costume design.  It was her featured role in Michael Jackson’s 30th Anniversary Televised Special, to 49 million viewers, that generated opportunities in master teaching and mentoring internationally.

In 2003, a music album collaboration with Music Producer Simon Hesslein led not only to a marriage but the launch  of TRYON ENTERTAINMENT, initially as a music production company.  But In 2009 Tryon Entertainment morphed into a full-service live entertainment production company.  As co-founder & ceo of Tryon Entertainment, Fabiola runs a tight ship and offers high-end custom show productions, unique theatrical designs and experiential concepts for leading & emerging brands, corporations, hospitality sites/venues, attractions, and event marketing campaigns.

With a business degree, cultivated talent, progressive mindset and a passion for giving back, her ultimate vision is to help raise the world’s consciousness and make a huge difference through the power of art, music and entertainment.  Fabiola is an active supporter of nonprofit organizations including Women in Need, Food Bank New York City, Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, Save the Children, and a soon to be partnership with The Felix Organization.