Tiffany Haddish is an American stand-up comedian, actress, and author who rose to fame with her role as Nekeisha Williams-Carmichael in the NBC sitcom "The Carmichael Show." The actress gained critical appreciation when she starred in the movie "Girl Trip," and later that year she won a Primetime Emmy Award for her work as a host on one episode of Saturday Night Live.
In 2021, the actress-author-comedian won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Club Album for her comedy album, "Black Mitzvah." Tiffany's Grammy win makes her the second African-American woman to win the award, following Whoopi Goldberg in 1986.
Tiffany recently celebrated her 42nd birthday, and her ex, Common, stepped in to celebrate her day by sharing a picture of the actress on his social media with a sweet caption that read, "one of the most beautiful, dynamic, and wonderful people I’ve ever known. May the Highest continue to bless and shine through you. On your birthday, I wish you joy, love, peace, light, and fun. Love. "
It was earlier reported that Tiffany Haddish and Common had decided to part ways after a year of dating due to not being able to spend time together and work commitments. A source close to the couple said, "They are never in the same city together, and both of them are just too busy for a serious relationship."
The couple met on the sets of the action film "The Kitchen" in 2019, in which she starred alongside actresses Elisabeth Moss and Melissa McCarthy. Later, in August 2020, Tiffany, during an appearance on Steve-O’s podcast titled, "Wild Ride," confirmed that the duo was dating. She said, "I am in a relationship, but it wasn't anything sexual or anything like that because my eyes were set on something else." Tiffany further added, "Knock on wood! I’ve lost 20 pounds since I’ve been in this relationship. I feel more confident in myself, and it’s not him that’s doing it. I’m just way happier now, and it’s like knowing I've got somebody that cares about me, that really has my back. It seems like he does, anyway. And I love it. I love him. " She called her relationship with Common the "best relationship I’ve ever been in."
The stand-up comedian who later went on a virtual Bumble date with Common in April shared, "And then he got tested for everything, I got tested for everything, and yeah, we’ve been f—ing." Their virtual date helped both of them blossom in their relationship a little more. Common, on his appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan, shared, "You know, I just care for her a lot, enjoy her, and am grateful to have her in my life." I'm happy. " He called Tiffany a wonderful woman, a queen, and just a beautiful person.
Common later appeared on the PEOPLE Everyday podcast with host Janine Rubenstein and opened up more about his relationship with Tiffany Haddish. He shared that he has evolved as a person since he started dating the actress and further added, "I think one of the important things about relationships for me has been to know myself more, love myself, and be able to express the things that I want. I've evolved and gotten to that place. "
The stand-up comedian who was looking forward to settling down with Common someday had shared with hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett while she appeared on the SmartLess podcast that if there was a proposal on its way, she’d want Common to propose to her with an apartment building. She quoted, "We don't live in the same house. I would love for him to always be my friend. If he decides he wants to marry me, cool. I don't want a ring, I want an apartment building. "
Tiffany Haddish was previously married to William Stewart, and they decided to split in 2013 after they shared a daughter, Omoye Lynn, with his ex, Kim Jones. In terms of work, Tiffany is currently filming in Atlanta for "Haunted Mansion" for Disney and also has a show titled "The After-party" slated for release next year on Apple TV+.
Tiffany Haddish was asked to host the 2021 Grammy Awards pre-telecast premiere ceremony, but the actress decided to let go of the offer because she shared that she had to pay her way. She explained that the Recording Academy would not cover her makeup, wardrobe, and hair for a three-hour-long event and commented, "All of that would have to come out of my pocket, [...] I don't know if this might mean I might not get nominated ever again, but I think it's disrespectful. [...] It's like a guy asking you on a date, but telling you that you have to pay for it". Although she did go on to win an award that night.