(And The World Is Rooting For)
Breakout comedian, Tiffany Haddish has become an overnight sensation with her starring role as “Dina” in Girls Trip (2017) – alongside powerhouse actresses Regina Hall, Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. After an unforgettable performance, media attention flooded the star, as she was featured in massive publications including Rolling Stone, Variety, USA Today, Vanity Fair, Essence, Complex, Buzzfeed, PopSugar, BET, Glamour, Ebony, Bossip and more.
Haddish has been in the comedy game since ’97, one life-changing gig away from career-altering success. So, it was no surprise when the star’s undeniable talent made a head-on collision with opportunity. Haddish’s early career featured appearances on Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes, Chelsea Lately, That’s So Raven, My Name Is Earl, Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Nick Cannon’s Short Circuitz, Def Comedy Jam, Tyler Perry’s ‘If Loving You Is Wrong’, New Girl, The Carmichael Show, Meet The Spartans and Keanu (2016).
Her backstory is one of inspiration, persistence, strength and courage. Despite the heart-wrenching challenges presented in her youth, Haddish has risen above with a sense of drive and purpose – a truly self-made, humble and charismatic entertainer and all-around incredible human being.
Power 105. 1 breaks down the life of Tiffany Haddish in her most exclusive, in-depth interview yet.
As far as next moves, it is speculated that Haddish will co-star opposite Tracy Morgan in an upcoming TBS Sitcom, ‘The Last O.G.’. At this stage, regardless of where this renowned comedians’ career takes her, we can guarantee it will perpetuate her in the direction of limitless success.