Tasha Smith | Biography
Tasha Smith claim to fame as Angela Williams in “Why Did I Get Married”. She stepped into the acting world in the early 90s and has mostly appeared in supporting roles. In addition to her acting career, she has earned name as model and comedian as well. Tasha took birth on 28th of February 1971 in Camden New Jersey. She and her sister Sidra are identical twins. She as well has a younger sister named Che. Sidra is currently residing in Harlem. She and her sisters were raised by her mother single handedly; however she has good relationship with her father. Previously she was an atheist but now is Christian. She is American by nationality and black by ethnicity.
Talking about her personal life, she is a married woman. She tied knot with her prince charming Keith Douglas in December 2010. The couple decided to exchange vows after dating for a year. Her husband is her manager. The couple is currently living in Los Angeles. However the relationship between them could not work properly and ultimately Tasha filed for a divorce citing her husband is cheating her with another woman. The divorce is yet to be finalized. There were rumor of her dating Tyler Perry but there is no acute evidence to support it. Beautiful Tasha has never taken help of plastic surgery to enhance her look.
Before focusing on full time acting, Tasha Smith has performed a number of jobs, including standup comedy and exotic dancing. She entered the acting world in 1994, appearing in a minor role in a movie titled “Twin Sitters”. She then took another minor part in “Let It Be Me”. She starred in a series of NBC titled “Boston Common” as Tasha King since 1996 to 1997. Later in 1997, Tasha appeared along with Tom Arnold in short-lived series, “The Tom Show”. She played Karen Daniels in a television movie “Max Q” in 1998. The following she got to play IBI Director Webster in another television movie “Chameleon II: Death Match”. In 2000, Tasha was cast in a supporting part in the critically appreciated HBO sitcom, “The Corner”. She played a drug addict in the miniseries. In 200s, she scored guest spots on “Girlfriends”, “Nip/Tuck”, Without a Trace” and “The Parkers”. She has been a great supporting character in movies, such as “Playas Ball”, “The Whole Ten Yards” and “ATL”. She as well has been part of a number of Tyler Perry ventures. In 2007 Tasha played main antagonist in the comedy-drama movie “Daddy’s Little Girls”. That same year, she got another major success when she appeared as Angela Williams in the movie “Why Did I Get Married?”. In 2010, she revived her character in the sequel titled “Why Did I Get Married Too”. She co-starred along with Keke Palmer and Ice Cube in comedy-drama movie “The Longshots”. Adding success to her resume, she landed another major supporting part in 2009’s “Couples Retreat”. She co-starred opposite Salli Richardson in Rockmond Dunbar’s movie “Pastor Brown” the following year. She depicts the character of Shonda in 2011’s “Jumping the Broom” and portrayed psychotherapist in 2014’s erotic thriller film “Addicted”. She grabbed the recurring role in sitcom, “Empire” that same year. In 2015, she will be seen portraying Sophie in “Polaris”. In addition to her acting venture, she is involved in few off-screen ventures, including organic fragrance line called “US”, which Tasha launched along with her husband Keith Douglas. She as well opened an acting academy named the Tasha Smith Actors Workshop. The actress is reported to have garnered net worth of one and half million dollars throughout her career.
Tasha started taking drugs at her teens. There was a period when she was into heavy drugs; however she kicked the bad habit after converting into Christian in her mid-twenties. She is a very good fried with Tisha Campbell-Martin. She as well shares strong bond with Tyra Banks and Flavor Flav. Tasha is mostly recognized for her works in “Couple Retreat”, “The Whole Ten Yards” and “Jumping the Broom”. Tasha’s fans may show her supports on her Facebook and twitter pages. For the detailed information regarding her life history, one may log on to her official websites or visit wiki.