Tisha Campbell


Tisha Campbell began singing at age 3 and acting at age 7 when she starred in Unicorn Tales and made appearances on the children’s television shows Big Blue Marble and Wonderama.

Campbell’s first film role came at age 16 when she was cast as Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors. Her other film credits include School Daze and Boomerang. She also worked with Martin Lawrence on the films, House Party and House Party II.

Campbell won an NAACP Image Award and a BET Comedy Award for her starring role in the television series, My Wife and Kids. Campbell’s other television credits include appearing as a regular in the series Rags to Riches and as a guest star on A Different World, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Blossom and Roc.  Her music credits include a self-titled CD released in 1992.

Campbell lives in Los Angeles with her son Xen and husband Duane Martin.