Tisha Campbell-Martin is an American actress best known for her starring roles in the television sitcoms Martin (1992-1996) and My Wife and Kids (2001-2005).
She currently stars as Michelle Dulcett in the police procedural drama series The Protector, since 2011.
She co-wrote the movie The Seat Filler along with her husband, actor Duane Martin (All of Us). She produced the short film A Luv Tale, which won awards at numerous film festivals, including the Audience Choice Award at the Black Hollywood Film Festival.
She also directed the comedy presentation/pilot Get Up Stand Up.
Raised in Newark, New Jersey, Campbell-Martin entered show business at an early age, working on children's television shows such as The Big Blue Marble, Wonderama, Kids Are People Too and Captain Kangaroo.
At 16, she starred in her first film as one of the three singers/narrators in the film version of Little Shop of Horrors.
At 18, she costarred on the NBC series Rags to Riches. Shortly after, she was cast as the lead in Spike Lee's second film, School Daze.
Her feature film credits include House Party (I, II and III), Another 48 Hours, Homeward Bound and Boomerang. She also appeared in Zack and Miri Make a Porno, directed by Kevin Smith.
Additional television credits include Everybody Hates Chris, Getting Personal, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, A Different World, Blossom and Roc. She also starred in Showtime's Linc's, The Sweetest Gift and All of Us, produced by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
On the stage, Campbell-Martin was in the Debbie Allen/James Ingram–penned production, The Bayou Legend.
Campbell-Martin resides in Los Angeles.