Tiffany Haddish

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Tiffany Haddish
A Black woman in a blue dress in front of dark blue curtains
Haddish in 2019 with Wyldstyle
Birth nameTiffany Sara Cornilia Haddish
Born (1979-12-03) December 3, 1979 (age 41)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Medium
  • Stand-up
  • film
  • television
  • books
Nationality
  • American
  • Eritrean[1]
Years active1997–present
Genres
Subject(s)
SpouseWilliam Stewart (m. 2008; div. 2013)

Tiffany Sara Cornilia Haddish[2] (born December 3, 1979)[3] is an American actress, comedian, and author.[4][5] After guest-starring on several television series, she gained prominence for her role as Nekeisha Williams on the NBC sitcom The Carmichael Show. Her breakthrough came in 2017, when she garnered critical acclaim for her performance in the comedy film Girls Trip. That year, she won a Primetime Emmy Award for her work as a host on a Saturday Night Live episode, and published a memoir, The Last Black Unicorn. She stars in the TBS series The Last O.G., and executive produces and voices Tuca in the Netflix/Adult Swim animated series Tuca & Bertie. In 2021, she won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for her comedy album Black Mitzvah, making her the second African-American woman to win this prize after Whoopi Goldberg in 1986.

Early life and education[edit]

Haddish was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, California.[4] Her father, Tsihaye Reda Haddish, was a refugee from Eritrea whose family heritage is of Ethiopian-Jewish heritage.[6][7][8][9][10] Her mother, Leola, was an African American small business owner.[10][11][12][13] After Haddish's father left when she was three years old, her mother remarried and had Haddish's two half-sisters and two half-brothers.[14]

In 1988, while her family was living in Colton, California,[9] Haddish's mother Leola suffered severe brain damage in a car accident. It was believed to have caused Leola's schizophrenia; Haddish said her mother became quick-tempered, abusive and violent.[15] Haddish, then nine years old and the oldest of five siblings, became the family's primary caregiver.[15] It was around this time that Haddish discovered her gift for making people laugh. She said, "If I could make [Leola] laugh and turn her anger into some joy, I was less likely to get beat. Same thing in school: If I could make the kids laugh, they'd help me with my homework and protect me from other bullies."[16]

According to Haddish, her stepfather later told her he had tampered with the brakes on her mother's car, intending the wreck to kill Haddish, her siblings, and her mother so he could collect on their life insurance policies. However, the children chose to stay home that day, and the accident was not fatal for her mother.[17][15]

When Haddish was 12, she and her siblings were put into foster care and temporarily separated from one another. While there, she used comedy to cope with being with unfamiliar people.[18] When she was 15, she and her siblings were reunited under their grandmother's care.

She attended George Ellery Hale Middle School in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and graduated from El Camino Real High School, also in Woodland Hills, where she was the school mascot.[9] She said she could not read very well until high school, but improved when she received tutoring from a teacher.[13] She also got into a lot of trouble at school, despite her award-winning participation in drama competitions presenting Shakespearean monologues. In 2018, Haddish stated that she had been raped at age 17 by a police cadet, which she says led to her aggressiveness in avoiding unwanted advances from men.[19][20]

In 1997, after her social worker gave her an ultimatum to attend either psychiatric therapy or the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp, the 17-year-old Haddish opted for comedy as an outlet for her pain.[9][21] She says that the mentorship from many notable comedians—including Richard Pryor, Dane Cook, Charles Fleischer and the Wayans brothers—helped her discover a passion for comedy that "literally saved her life."[22][9] She incorporates her life experiences in her sets, finding that it functions as a "safe space" for her.[9]

Haddish was accepted to New York University, but the tuition and her aversion to debt kept her from attending. She later attended Santa Monica College.[23] Prior to her onscreen success, she held a number of jobs, including customer service for Air New Zealand at Los Angeles International Airport and Alaska Airlines.[24][25] She said she lived in her car during her twenties, in her early days of comedy.[22]

Career[edit]

Haddish's first break was a spot on the comedy competition Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes?[26] She has appeared on such shows as Chelsea Lately, That's So Raven, My Name Is Earl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Underground, Nick Cannon's Short Circuitz, @midnight, Just Jordan, In the Motherhood, Def Comedy Jam, Reality Bites Back and New Girl, and has starred in movies including Meet the Spartans and Janky Promoters.[27] In 2013, she had a recurring role on Real Husbands of Hollywood. In 2014, she was cast in the Oprah Winfrey Network drama series If Loving You Is Wrong.[28] She left after the first season for a regular role on the NBC sitcom The Carmichael Show, where she starred as Nekeisha, the semi-estranged wife of Bobby Carmichael (Lil Rel Howery) for three seasons.[26] In 2016 she co-starred opposite Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key in the comedy film Keanu in the role of Hi C.[29]

In 2017, Haddish starred alongside Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah in the comedy film Girls Trip.[10][30] It received widely positive reviews from critics, attaining an approval rating of 91% on Rotten Tomatoes[31] and a "generally favorable reviews" score of 71 out of 100 from Metacritic.[32] Haddish was acclaimed for her performance as the loud happy-go-lucky Dina, with several critics likening her breakthrough to that of Melissa McCarthy.[33][34] Katie Walsh of the Chicago Tribune proclaimed that "this is Haddish's movie, and will make her a star. It's clear from the moment she hits the screen..."[35] Further, Girls Trip grossed over $140 million worldwide against its production budget of $20 million to become the highest-grossing comedy film of 2017.[36]

In August 2017, Haddish's stand-up comedy special Tiffany Haddish: She Ready! From the Hood to Hollywood premiered on Showtime.[37] Reviewing the special for Vox, Caroline Framke stated, "Haddish is just really damn funny, and deserves a recommendation wherever we can give it to her... [She] unleashes hilarious, filthy, and even moving anecdotes to tell the story of her life to this point, without anything holding her back, at long last."[38] Haddish also co-hosted the BET game show Face Value with Deon Cole.

Haddish hosted the November 11, 2017 episode of Saturday Night Live, making her the first African-American female stand-up comedian to host the show;[39] it won her the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.[40] Her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn (written with Tucker Max[41]) was released in December 2017 by Simon & Schuster[42] and debuted at #15 on The New York Times best-seller list.[43]

Beginning in 2018, Haddish starred opposite Tracy Morgan in the TBS sitcom The Last O.G., her first lead in a sitcom.[44] Her 2018 film roles include a supporting part in Uncle Drew, and a lead role, opposite Kevin Hart, in the comedy Night School, reuniting with Girls Trip director Malcolm D. Lee.[45] In parallel, she starred in the Tyler Perry movie Nobody's Fool with Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, Mehcad Brooks, Amber Riley and Whoopi Goldberg. The film received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed over $33 million worldwide.[46] In 2018, Haddish signed a first-look deal with HBO[47] and was named one of the 100 most influential people in world by Time magazine.[48] In the same year, The Hollywood Reporter listed her among the 100 most powerful people in entertainment, and again in 2019.[49]

In 2019, Haddish voiced Queen Watevra Wa'Nabi in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part; Daisy in The Secret Life of Pets 2; and Tuca on the Netflix animated sitcom Tuca & Bertie,[50] which premiered in May.[51] Also that year, ABC revived Kids Say the Darndest Things with Haddish as host and producer.[52] It premiered on October 6 as part of a three-hour family-oriented block of programming.[53] In August 2019, Netflix premiered her new comedy special, Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready. In each episode, Haddish introduced one of her favorite stand-up comedians in order to give them mainstream exposure.[54] The series included stand-up sets from Chaunté Wayans, April Macie, Tracey Ashley, Aida Rodriguez, Flame Monroe and Marlo Williams.[54][55]

In 2020, Haddish starred in Like a Boss, the first studio comedy film of the 2020s, for Paramount Pictures, co-starring with Rose Byrne and Salma Hayek.[56]

Haddish was asked to host the 2021 Grammy Awards pre-telecast premiere ceremony, but turned down the request after the Recording Academy said she had to pay her own way. She explained that the Academy would not cover her hair, makeup or wardrobe for the three-hour-long event, commenting: "All of that would have to come out of my pocket, [...] I don't know if this might mean I might not get nominated ever again, but I think it's disrespectful. [...] It's like a guy asking you on a date but telling you that you have to pay for it."[57] She won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for Black Mitzvah, with the news being broken to her in the middle of a taping of Kids Say the Darndest Things.[58]

Personal life[edit]

Haddish at the premiere of The Secret Life of Pets 2 in 2019

When Haddish was nine years old, her mother was diagnosed with mental illness after a car accident and Haddish had to go into foster care. At one point early in life, she was hospitalized with toxic shock syndrome.[9] After graduating from high school, Haddish was homeless, living in her car for a period of time.[59][60]

Haddish partnered with Living Advantage, a nonprofit organization that focuses on the welfare of foster youth, for her Suitcase Drive for Foster Youth, where she collected suitcases in which foster youth can keep their belongings.[61] She volunteers at the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp.[9] Her She Ready Foundation also helps foster care programs.[62]

Haddish married William Stewart in 2008. He helped Haddish locate her once-estranged father who walked her down the aisle at their first wedding, which she described as "one of the happiest days of my life."[63] She filed for divorce in Los Angeles County, California in 2011; the divorce was finalized in 2013.[10][64] She is in a relationship with rapper Common as of 2020.[65]

Haddish became a naturalized citizen of Eritrea on May 22, 2019, while taking part in festivities there commemorating the 28th anniversary of Eritrean independence from Ethiopia.[1] She first visited the country in 2018 to bury her Eritrean-born Ethiopian-Jewish father who came to the U.S. as a refugee, and to connect with her relatives.[1][6][8]

In 2017, Haddish revealed she had a brief experience in Scientology.[10][66]

In December 2019, Haddish decided to have her Bat Mitzvah ceremony at age 40.[67][68] Reform Rabbi Susan Silverman, the sister of comedian Sarah Silverman, officiated.[6][69]

Controversies[edit]

Defense of Isaias Afewerki[edit]

Haddish has been a staunch supporter of Isaias Afewerki, one of the world's longest-ruling dictators who has been accused of systematic human rights violations by the United Nations.[70] She visited Eritrea in 2019, met the president and left him a copy of her book The Last Black Unicorn with a handwritten message, "my brother, my president, thank you for doing what you do".[71] Haddish faced backlash on social media for her support of the Eritrean president.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Urban Demographic[citation needed] Janice Green
2008 Meet the Spartans Urban Girl
2009 Janky Promoters Michelle
2010 Wax On, F*ck Off Prostitute Short film
2011 Driving by Braille[citation needed] Drum Major
2012 What My Husband Doesn't Know[citation needed] Falana
Boosters[citation needed] Debra
2013 Christmas Wedding[citation needed] Aurora
2014 4Play[citation needed] Comedian
Patterns of Attraction[citation needed] Sandra Lewis
Wishes[citation needed] Jeanie
School Dance Trina
2015 All Between Us[citation needed] Mishawn
2016 Keanu Trina "Hi-C" Parker
2017 Mad Families Keko
Girls Trip Dina
2018 Uncle Drew Jess
The Oath[72] Kai Button
Night School Carrie
Nobody's Fool Tanya
Taylor Swift: Reputation Stadium Tour Herself Documentary
2019 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Queen Watevra Wa'Nabi (voice)
The Secret Life of Pets 2 Daisy (voice)
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Debbie (voice)
The Kitchen Ruby O'Carroll
Between Two Ferns: The Movie Herself Cameo
2020 Like a Boss Mia Carter
Phineas and Ferb the Movie:
Candace Against the Universe
"The Sound Someone Makes When
They Explode From The Waist Up" (voice)
Cameo
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run Master of Ceremonies (voice)
2021 On the Count of Three Natasha
Bad Trip Trina Malone
Here Today Emma Payge
The Card Counter La Linda
2022 The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Vivian Post-production
Easter Sunday Post-production
Haunted Mansion Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Pimp My Ride Herself Episode: "Rashae's Ford Taurus"
That's So Raven Charlotte Episode: "When in Dome"
2006 Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes? Herself Episode: "Warm It Up in LA"
My Name Is Earl Robin Episode: "The Bounty Hunter"
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Stripper #3 Episode: "Charlie Gets Crippled"
The Underground Various 1 episode
2007 Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz 1 episode
Just Jordan Diamond Episode: "Krumpshakers"
2008 Racing for Time Denise Television film
2009 In the Motherhood Teddy Episode: "It Takes a Village Idiot"
Secret Girlfriend Jessica's Co-Worker Episode: "You and Your Ex Call It Quits"
2012 The Game Friend Episode: "The Black People Episode"
2013–14 Real Husbands of Hollywood Tiffany 7 episodes
2014–15 If Loving You Is Wrong Jackie 14 episodes
2014 New Girl Leslie Episode: "Exes"
TripTank Delsyia (voice) 3 episodes
Funniest Wins Herself 5 episodes
2015–17 The Carmichael Show Nekeisha Williams-Carmichael 25 episodes
2016–17 Legends of Chamberlain Heights Cindy (voice) 18 episodes
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
2017 Tiffany Haddish: She Ready! From the Hood to Hollywood Herself Stand-up special
Face Value Herself (co-host) 12 episodes
Saturday Night Live Herself (host) Episode: "Tiffany Haddish/Taylor Swift"
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
2018 Drunk History Herself Episode: "Heroines"
Sesame Street Dr. Birdwhistle Episode: "When You're a Vet"
2018–present The Last O.G. Shannon "Shay" Birkeland Main cast
2019 Kevin Hart's Guide to Black History Adult Mae Jemison Netflix special
Bob's Burgers Patricia (voice) Episode: "Roamin' Bob-iday"[73]
Double Dare Herself Contestant[74]
What Just Happened??! with Fred Savage Herself Episode: "Parents"
Crank Yankers Herself (voice) 2 episodes
Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah Herself Netflix stand-up special[16]
Live in Front of a Studio Audience Willona Woods Episode: "Good Times"[75]
2019–present Tuca & Bertie Tuca (voice) 17 episodes; also executive producer[51]
Kids Say the Darndest Things Herself (host) 12 episodes
2020 Self Made Lelia 4 episodes
Saving OurLives: BET COVID-19 Relief Effort Herself Web television special
The Freak Brothers Kitty (voice) 10 episodes
Feeding America Comedy Festival Herself Television special
Home Movie: The Princess Bride Princess Buttercup Episode: "As You Wish"[76]
Nickelodeon's Unfiltered Herself Episode: "Hot Dog Dance Party!"
Lady Parts Herself Episode: "Tiffany Haddish Gets Her Uterus Tilted"
Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special Herself Television special
2020–21 Solar Opposites Aisha (voice) 5 episodes
2021 The Price Is Right Herself
Friday Night Vibes Host
TBA The Afterparty Detective Danner Upcoming series[77]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album Role Ref.
2017 "Moonlight" Jay-Z 4:44 Phoebe Buffay [78]
2018 "Girls Like You" (Original version)
(featuring Cardi B)
Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues Herself [79][80][81]
"Girls Like You" (Volume 2)
(featuring Cardi B)
"Girls Like You" (Vertical Video)
(featuring Cardi B)
"What's Going On" Todrick Hall Forbidden
"Ring-a-Ling"
"Pettiness"
"Apple Pie"
"Nice for What" Drake Scorpion
"Goals" Yung Nova Carpe Diem
2019 "Soul of a Woman" Johnny Gill Game Changer II [82]
"Dripeesha"
(featuring Tiffany Haddish)
Todrick Hall Haus Party, Pt. 2 [83]
2020 "Come and Get Your Baby Daddy" Tiffany Haddish
"You Do You"
(featuring Tiffany Haddish)
Jason Mraz Look for the Good

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 Terminator Salvation Resistance Soldier

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Project Result Ref.
2019 Grammy Awards Best Spoken Word Album The Last Black Unicorn Nominated [84]
2021 Best Comedy Album Black Mitzvah Won [85]
2018 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Saturday Night Live Won [86]
2020 Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah Nominated

Works and publications[edit]

  • Haddish, Tiffany (December 2017). The Last Black Unicorn. New York: Gallery Books. ISBN 978-1-501-18182-5. OCLC 983640770.

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