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Tisha Campbell Sister Children Career Bio
Tisha Michelle Campbell is an American actress. She made her screen debut appearing in the 1986 rock musical comedy film Little Shop of Horrors, and later starred on the short-lived NBC musical comedy drama Rags to Riches.
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Monthly Income||$9,000 +|
Tisha Campbell Early Life
Tisha Michelle Campbell was born on the 13th of October 1968 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her father Clifton served as a worker at the factory while her mother Mona (née Raye) Shockley is a former nurse, talent manager, gospel singer, as well as a vocal coach.
Campbell grew up alongside three younger sisters, an older brother, and a younger brother in Newark, New Jersey. While growing up in Newark she attended Newark Arts High School before enrolling at the Washington Academy of Music in East Orange, NJ.
Tisha followed the footsteps of her mother who was a gospel singer, in addition, she also took her inspiration from her dad who was also a singer.
Tisha Campbell Personal Life
In 1996, Tisha Campbell net worth got married to actor Duane Martin. The parents had two kids, but their relationship was damaged by money problems. In 2016, they declared that they were unable to pay their debts and had a lot of money that they owed to others, totaling more than $15 million.
Their money troubles became more noticeable when Tisha asked for a divorce in 2018, saying that she only had $7.
The divorce, which was completed in 2020, showed more information about their money and how much they were having trouble with it.
Tisha Campbell Husband & Children
Tisha Campbell was married to Duane Martin, an actor, from 1996 until their divorce in 2018. The couple has two sons together, Xen and Ezekiel. Tisha and Duane were known for their close friendship with Will and Jada Pinkett Smith. In fact, Tisha and Jada were once in a singing group together called Wicked Wisdom.
Tisha Campbell Career
Tisha got started with acting at a very young age. By six, she was appearing in a 1974 episode of “The Big Blue Marble.” Throughout the next few years, she appeared in shows like “Kids Are People Too,” “Unicorn Tales,” and “Captain Kangaroo.” A big moment for Campbell came in 1986 when she booked a role in the film “Little Shop of Horrors.” She was 16 at the time.
After graduating from high school, Tisha moved to Hollywood in order to further her acting career. It proved to be the right move, as she quickly booked a role on the NBC musical-comedy series “Rags to Riches.” However, the show was eventually canceled in 1988 after just one season. Campbell transitioned to film once again after leaving the show, booking a starring role in the film “School Daze.” Throughout the next period, she continued to book roles in films like “Rooftops,” “Another 48 Hrs,” “Boomerang,” and all three “House Party” movies.
In 1992, Campbell joined the cast of “Martin,” starring Martin Lawrence. Although the role helped advance her career, it was not a good experience for Tisha. She left the show in 1997 after a widely-publicized sexual harassment scandal. In total, Tisha appeared in 122 of the show’s 132 episodes. She accused Martin Lawrence of sexual harassment and later settled out of court for an undisclosed fee. That year, she appeared in the film “Sprung.”
After booking a role in the made-for-TV Hallmark film “The Sweetest Gift” in 1998, she took a recurring role in the ABC comedy series “My Wife and Kids,” which lasted until 2005. During this period, she also found time to appear in the film “The Last Place on Earth.” More recurring roles came on TV shows such as “Everybody Hates Chris” and “Rita Rocks.” In 2011, she joined the cast of the police drama series “The Protector.” In 2015, she booked a recurring role in the sitcom “Dr. Ken,” although it was canceled after two seasons.