Tiffany Sarac Haddish (born December 3, 1979) is an American comedian and actress.
Haddish is best known for her breakout role as Dina in the 2017 comedy Girls Trip, which garnered her widespread acclaim in the entertainment industry and prestige similar to the kind future co-star Melissa McCarthy received for Bridesmaids in 2011. For her performance in Girls Trip, she won a handful of critics' awards, with many believing she was even worthy of an Oscar nomination. Less than a year after Girls Trip, she's already nailed hosting stints for Saturday Night Live and the MTV Movie Awards.
Prior to her breakthrough in Hollywood, Haddish worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade, mostly taking minor roles in film and television. From 2015 to 2017, Haddish starred as a regular on NBC's The Carmichael Show, and she appeared in the 2016 Keegan-Michael Key / Jordan Peele vehicle Keanu. She also portrayed a race-switched version of Phoebe Buffay in the Jay-Z music video for "Moonlight".
In 2019, Haddish starred in a variety of high-profile projects, including the aforementioned mob drama The Kitchen (based on the Vertigo comic book of the same name) opposite the aforementioned McCarthy as well as Elisabeth Moss, and The LEGO Movie Sequel. She also explores new ground in her first regular hosting gig, for an all-new Kids Say the Darndest Things.
Haddish is also a published author. Her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn, was released in 2017.
- The Real Husbands of Hollywood (2013 — 2014) as Tiffany
- Trip Tank (2014) as Delsyia (voice)
- The Carmichael Show (2015 — 2017) as Nekeisha
- Keanu (2016) as Trina "Hi-C" Parker
- Legends of Chamberlain Heights (2016 — 2017) as Cindy (voice)
- Girls Trip (2017) as Dina
- Moonlight (music video) (2017) as Phoebe Buffay
- Night School (2018) as Carrie.
- The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) as Queen Whatevra Wanabi (voice)
- Tuca & Bertie (2019) as Tuca (voice)
- The Last Black Unicorn (2017)
Tropes displayed by Tiffany Haddish:
- Character Tic: Sometimes breaks into the Nae Nae without provocation.
- Distaff Counterpart: To a past costar, Keegan-Michael Key - both are high-energy fast-talking comedians with similar adorkable appeal, and both their voices can get a bit shrieky under similar conditions.
- Genki Girl: Whether on morning shows or late night shows, this girl is on maximum energy all the time. Special mention to the time she was riding shotgun in Kevin Hart's car on What the Fit:Kevin: Put your legs down, this car has cameras all over...
- Iconic Outfit:
- Playing Against Type: The Lego Movie 2 and Kids Say the Darndest Things mark her foray into more family-friendly fare.
- Sassy Black Woman: But of course.