Tammy Hansen Grady

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Tammy Hansen Grady
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Tammy Hansen Grady in 2012
Born (1970-09-29) 29 September 1970 (age 43)
Los Angeles, California
Other names Tammy Hanson
Tammy Grady
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990—present

Tammy Hansen Grady (also known as Tammy Hanson or Tammy Grady) is an American- born recording artist, actress, photographer and former glamor model.[1][2] She was born in Los Angeles, California on 29 September 1970. She has appeared in 16 music videos.[3] At present, she is a DP, camera operator and enjoys making films of her own.[2]

Early life[edit]

Grady is the daughter of Beverly Harris, a singer of the band, The Harris sisters (Beverly, Marcene and Betty) on Capitol Records and their songs include kissin bug and others.[4] Her mother later joined the group, The Platters.[4] Her aunt, Marcene Harris was a pianist and songwriter for Nancy Wilson.[4] Another of her aunt, Betty, was the wife of the comedian Redd Foxx.[4] Tammy as a child, sang the background song for The Treniers.[5] Her stepfather, Victor Hanson, had two master degrees from UCLA for Theater Arts and Cinematography and she learned about cameras and got the interest in acting from him at an early age.[5]

Career[edit]

Grady was an actress and pro skater on the Television show RollerGames on KTLA channel 5.[6] She also sang the Lead vocals for the same show, Hit and Run and Bad Attitude.[7] She has sung on film soundtracks to live performances in many countries. She was chosen by Playboy and was selected to shoot with Stephen Wayda.[8] She was also selected to perform for Playboy's Girls of Rock in Roll in Las Vegas, Reno and Monte Carlo.[8] Grady was also trophy girl at NAACP awards, Fredricks of Hollwood and Ujena swimwear.[9]

Grady attended New York Film Academy in Los Angeles and wrote, filmed and directed two short films:[10]

  • A Blissful Moment
  • Birthright

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Title Role Notes
1990 In the Cold of the Night [11] Model 2 TV movie
1990 Wedding Band [11] Uncredited TV movie
1991 Boyz n the Hood [11][12] Rosa
1991 Another You [11][12] Hatcheck girl

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