Tiffany Haddish

Tiffany Haddish, in full Tiffany Sarac Haddish, (conceived December 3, 1979, Los Angeles, California, U.S.), American joke artist who was known for her undeterred openness and incapacitating credibility. She shot to fame with her no limits execution as Dina in the ignoble parody Girls Trip (2017).

Haddish’s dad, who was Eritrean, left the family when she was as yet a little child. After her mom endured mind harm in an auto collision, Haddish spent quite a long while in child care prior to going to live with her grandma as a teen. Her inclination for making her colleagues chuckle drove her social specialist to guide her to the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp, a free summer program presented by the satire club tie Laugh Factory to show oppressed kids how to perform stand-up parody. The camp ended up being a groundbreaking encounter for Haddish.hool in the eighth grade and looked for an imaginative outlet, at long last choosing hip-jump. His advancement came in 1992, when his melody “Half Time” (credited to Nasty Nas) showed up on the soundtrack to the film Zebrahead. Columbia Records before long marked him to an agreement. His introduction recording as Nas, Illmatic (1994), drew far and wide praise for its lovely portrayal of hard-edged ghetto life.