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|Born||Maia Chinassa Campbell
November 26, 1976
Takoma Park, Maryland, U.S.
|Alma mater||Spelman College|
|Known for||Tiffany Warren – In the House|
|Spouse(s)||Elias Gutierrez (m. 1998–2002)|
|Parent(s)||Bebe Moore Campbell
Maia Chinassa Campbell (born November 26, 1976) is an American film, television actress and model. She is best known for her role as Nicole on the 1994 FOX comedy-drama series South Central and her portrayal of Tiffany Warren in the NBC/UPN sitcom In the House for three seasons (1995–1998).
Early life and Career
Born in Takoma Park, Maryland, Campbell is the daughter of author Bebe Moore Campbell and Tiko Campbell, an architect and author from Washington, D.C. Although Campbell has become best known for her role as the witty adolescent daughter on the series In the House, she has been frequently seen on television. She was featured in a regular role as Nicole in the short-lived Fox series South Central, portraying Larenz Tate's girlfriend, and also had a guest role in Thea. She also had a minor role in John Singleton's Poetic Justice, with Janet Jackson, playing the role of Lucky's (played by Tupac Shakur) cousin. Campbell also hosted the young adult magazine show Twenty-four/Seven in 1995. She attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.
|1993||Thea||Alison||Episode: "Dirty Laundry"|
|1994||South Central||Nicole||Recurring role, 5 episodes|
|1995–1998||In the House||Tiffany Warren||Main role, 76 episodes|
|1996–1997||Beverly Hills, 90210||Mariah Murphy||2 episodes|
|1997||Moesha||Tammy||Episode: "Double Date"|
|1998||Kinfolks||Lissa||Alternative title: Parental Guidance|
|1998||Sister, Sister||Shayla||Episode: "The Grass Is Always Finer"|
|2003||With or Without You||Teresa|
|2004||Sweet Potato Pie||Kadja||Direct-to-video|
|2005||Friends and Lovers||Lisa||Direct-to-video|
|2007||Sorority Sister Slaughter||Rose|
Awards and nominations
|Year||Award||Category||Title of work||Result|
|1996||Young Artist Award||Best Performance by a Young Actress – TV Comedy Series||In the House||Nominated|
- Concepcion, Mariel (2006-11-28). "Journalist Bebe Moore Campbell Dies". vibe.com. Retrieved 2008-08-06.
- Fox, Margalit (2006-11-28). "Bebe Moore Campbell, Novelist of Black Lives, Dies at 56". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-06.
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