Tiffany Haddish
United States

She Ready



It was only two years ago that Haddish was the “Who’s that?” addition to the starry cast of “Girls Trip.” But her scene-stealing turn made her an audience and industry favorite seemingly overnight, and she clinched the deal with a Showtime comedy special, a hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live” — making her the first black female comic ever to open the show — and a memoir, “The Last Black Unicorn,” at the tender age of 38. She’s keeping the comedic momentum going on the big screen in “Night School” with Kevin Hart, and she remains in demand on television, signing a first-look deal with HBO, starring opposite Tracy Morgan in “The Last O.G.” and taking a lead role in Netflix’s animated-for-grownups “Tuca & Bertie” (which she is also exec-producing).



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Tiffany Haddish on Who Inspires Her Most: 'Me, Honey'

Tiffany Haddish on Who Inspires Her Most: 'Me, Honey'

Although Tiffany Haddish looks up to influential women like Oprah and Lucille Ball, she says someone else was her biggest inspiration in her career."Who inspired me when I was coming through, breaking through into the industry? Me, honey," Haddish says. "I inspired me. I woke up every morning and told me that I could do it. 'You can do it Tiffany, get your ass up. Call the comedy club, go down and stand in line at the comedy club, Tiffany.'...


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