Tisha Campbell-Martin

Born Tisha Michelle Campbell
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US

Occupation Actress/Singer/Dancer/Writer/Producer/Choreographer/Business Woman
Years active 1974—Present
Spouse Duane Martin (1996—Present)
Tisha Campbell-Martin (born October 13, 1968) is an American actress and singer, known best for her starring roles in television series Martin and My Wife and Kids and is now starring in a new hit television comedy series on ABC Network with Ken Joung named “Dr. Ken”.  Tisha and her husband have written several film projects together including The Seat Filler starring Kelly Rowland, and is currently working on a cookbook and a novel.  Tisha and Duane have two beautiful sons: Xen and Ezekiel.  Tisha Campbell’s first TV appearance was at the age of 8, on episode #006 of the PBS show The Big Blue Marble (1974). The show featured stories on the life and culture of children from around the world. In her segment, Tisha was shown playing with her brother, going to school with her mother who was also her voice coach, and singing at a jazz concert in New York’s Greenwich Village.

Dr. Ken (TV Series) (pre-production) Damona- Pilot (2015)

Real Husbands of Hollywood : Herself (12 episodes, 2013-2015)

LA Live the Show (TV Series) Special Guest (2013)

Who’s Hot in Hollywood… Special Guest (2013)

Malibu Country (TV Series) Rikki (2013)

Private Practice (TV Series) Pam Reiter (2012)

Robot Chicken (TV Series) Beyoncé Knowles (voice) (2011)

The Protector (TV Series) Michelle Dulcett (13 episodes) (2011)

Lemonade Mouth (TV Movie) Miss Reznick (2011)

The Paul Reiser Show (TV Series)Maggie (2011)

Wright vs. Wrong (TV Movie) (2010)

Rita Rocks (TV Series) Patty (40 episodes) (2008-2009)

Everybody Hates Chris (TV Series) Peaches (4 Episodes) (2008-2009)

All of Us (TV Series) Carmen / Carmen James (7 episodes) (2004-2006)

My Wife and Kids (TV Series) Janet ‘Jay’ Kyle (123 episodes) (2001-2005)

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (TV Series) Joyce (2000)

Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (TV Series) Goldie/Rapunzel/Tin Soldier (1995-2000)

Cousin Skeeter Nicole Recurring role (1999–2003)

Wasteland (TV Series) Olivia (1999)

Linc’s (TV Series) Rosalee Lincoln(1998)

Getting Personal (TV Series) Michelle / Sandy (1998)

The Sweetest Gift (TV Movie) Ruby Wilson(1998)

Between Brothers (TV Series) Daisy (1997)

Martin (TV Series) Gina Waters-Payne / Gina Waters (132 episodes) (1992-1997)

Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (TV Series) Ebony Sable (1997)

For Better or For Worse, World’s Wackiest Wedding Disasters (TV Movie) (1995)

 Roc (TV Series) Angela Kimbro (1992) 

Blossom (TV Series) Toni (2 episodes) (1991)

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (TV Series) Kathleen (1991)

A Different World (TV Series) Josie Webb (1991)

Moe’s World (TV Movie) Jiwanda (1990)

Shannon’s Deal (TV Series) Annette (1990)

Heart and Soul (TV Movie) Jamie Sinclair (1988)

Rags to Riches (TV Series) Marva Foley (20 episodes) (1987-1988)


1977   The Magnificent Major – Daisy Bunsen
1986   Little Shop of Horrors – Chiffon
1988   School Daze – Jane Toussaint
1989   Rooftops – Amber
1990   House Party – Sidney
1990  Another 48 Hrs. – Amy Kirkland
1991   House Party 2 – Sidney
1992   Boomerang – Yvonne
1994   House Party 3 – Sidney cameo
1996   Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco Sledge
1996  Snitch- Steimer
1997   Sprung – Brandy
2001 Down to Earth Woman in audience – uncredited
2002 The Last Place on Earth –  Ann Field
2008 Zack and Miri Make a Porno – Delaney’s Wife cameo
2010 Pastor Brown – Amanda Carlton


Appeared in the off-Broadway production of “The Little Shop of Horrors”, “Really Rosie”, “Mama I Want to Sing” and “The Me Nobody Knows”.

Other works

Music video: Appeared in video for Will Smith, “Will 2K”

Music video: Appeared in the Toni Braxton video “You’re Makin’ Me High”

Music video: Appeared in the Will Smith video “Wild Wild West”

Soundtrack album: Featured extensively on the soundtrack for Little Shop of Horrors (1986) (Geffen Records).

Album: “Tisha”

Music video: Made a video for “Push” (song from her debut album)

Awards and nominations

BET Comedy Awards
2004, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Winner)
2005, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Nominated)
2005, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Nominated)

NAACP Image Awards
1996, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: Martin (Nominated)
1997, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: Martin (Nominated)
2002, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Nominated)
2003, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Winner)
2004, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series: My Wife and Kids (Nominated)
2005  (Nominated)

Independent Spirit Awards
1991, Best Supporting Female: House Party (Nominated)
Foundations: (Autism Awareness)

“Colored My Mind Global” see (coloredmymind.com)

Thanks to all my fans for the continued support.”

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