Maia Campbell portrays Tiffany Warren, a typical teenager with a little too much freedom, in In the House, a comedy series produced by Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment in association with NBC Productions for broadcast on UPN.
Born in Takoma Park, Maryland, Campbell moved to Los Angeles with her family at the age of seven. Growing up, she spent many summers in Philadelphia studying voice and starring in productions at the Freedom Theatre. She also studied theatre at the Marla Gibbs' Crossroads Theatre in Los Angeles, and at Spellman College in Atlanta for one year before working on In the House.
Although Campbell has become best known for her role as the witty adolescent daughter in this series, she has been frequently seen on television. She was featured in a regular role as Nicole in the series South Central, portraying Larenz Tate's girlfriend, and also had a guest role in Thea. Her other small screen credits include the television movie The Reindeer Kid Jr. and she also hosted the young adult magazine show Twenty-four/Seven in 1995.
Most recently, she starred in the feature film "Parental Guidance," and also appeared in John Singleton's "Poetic Justice," with Janet Jackson, playing the role of Tupac Shakur's cousin in Oakland.
In her spare time, Campbell, the daughter of celebrated author Bebe Moore Campbell, enjoys screenwriting and taking classes in West African dance. She continues to sing and has a six album deal with Atlantic Records, with a debut release slated for early 1997. She has described her musical style as "cerebral soul."
In the House is taped before a studio audience in Hollywood, California and is a production of Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment in association with NBC Studios for broadcast on UPN.
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