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Married... quickly returned to Sundays (before moving again to Mondays two months later); both it and Martin would end their runs at the end of that season. The Saturday schedule was revised in November 1996, to feature one new and one encore episode of Cops, and the revived America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back.

NAACP Image Awards

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In the same year, Martin Lawrence was criticized for winning Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Comedy Series and the show was criticized for its sexual controversy. In 2004, R. Kelly's Chocolate Factory was nominated for Outstanding Album while he was under indictment for charges related to child pornography. Other nominees have faced controversy due to their portrayals of major civil rights figures. In 2003, the movie Barbershop received five nominations, including Outstanding Motion Picture and Outstanding Supporting Actor (for Cedric the Entertainer's performance).

Boomerang (1992 film)

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Tisha Campbell also worked with Hudlin on House Party, and was brought on board to play Murphy's obnoxious, and somewhat obsessive, neighbor. While on the set, Hudlin would always rave about Campbell and Lawrence, and Murphy suggested Hudlin do a film with the two of them. Lawrence, who was developing his television show at the time, overheard the two actors talking, and decided to cast Campbell as his girlfriend and later wife, Gina, for his hit sitcom Martin. Grace Jones was cast in a role that was essentially written as a parody of herself. Of her work ethic, Hudlin said that "she was always 100% committed, and would do the absolute craziest thing at any given time.

House Party (film)

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Christopher "Play" Martin as Peter "Play" Martin. Martin Lawrence as Bilal. "Paul Anthony" George (of Full Force) as Stab. Lucien "Bowlegged Lou" George, Jr. (of Full Force) as Pee-Wee. Brian "B-Fine" George (of Full Force) as Zilla. Tisha Campbell as Sydney. A.J. Johnson as Sharane. Gene "Groove" Allen (of Groove B. Chill) as Groove. Daryl "Chill" Mitchell (of Groove B. Chill) as Chill. Lou B. Washington as Otis. Kelly Jo Minter as LaDonna. John Witherspoon as Mr. Strickland. Bebe Drake as Mrs. Strickland. Clifton Powell as Sharane's Brother. Verda Bridges as Sharane's Sister. Desi Arnez Hines II as Peanut. George Clinton (musician) as a DJ. Barry Diamond as Cop #1.

NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series

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Tisha Campbell-Martin. 5 nominations. Tichina Arnold. Mo'Nique. Tia Mowry. Phylicia Rashad. Holly Robinson Peete. 4 nominations. Brandy. Cassi Davis. America Ferrera. Kellita Smith. Niecy Nash. 3 nominations. Uzo Aduba. Erika Alexander. Kim Coles. Queen Latifah. Tatyana Ali. Niecy Nash. 2 nominations. Golden Brooks. Pam Grier. Mindy Kaling. Tamera Mowry. Elise Neal. Raven-Symoné. Vanessa Williams.

Eddie Murphy

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Many black actors who would later gain wider recognition made early appearances in Murphy films, such as Damon Wayans in Beverly Hills Cop, Halle Berry and Martin Lawrence in Boomerang, Samuel L. Jackson and Cuba Gooding Jr. in Coming to America, Dave Chappelle in The Nutty Professor, and Chris Rock in Beverly Hills Cop II. Naming The Nutty Professor his favorite comedy, Chris Rock regards Murphy's performance in the film as being so great he had "been robbed of an Oscar", adding his various performances were "Peter Sellers-esque."

Judyann Elder

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Elder is perhaps best known for her roles on television, most notably as Nadine Waters; Gina's (portrayed by Tisha Campbell) mother on the FOX sitcom Martin. Elder also portrayed Harriette Winslow on ABC's Family Matters during the middle of its final season in 1997 after the departure of Jo Marie Payton. Prior to her television career, Elder is a veteran of stage and screen who has appeared in scores of theatrical productions throughout the United States and Europe. Born in Cleveland, Elder is the daughter of Edward T. Johnson, PhD. and Camille Johnson (née Russell).

Simbi Khali

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That next year, she provide guest vocals on the remake of The Emotions's "Don't Ask My Neighbor with Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold off the 1997 film, Sprung. She appeared in several music videos in the 1990s, including two for Jesse Powell, "I Wasn't With It" and "Bout It, Bout It", and Toni Braxton ("You're Makin' Me High"). Khali next released her second album in September 1998 entitled I Want You, which spawned three singles: "Our Love is Stronger", which was produced by Rodney Jerkins, "Call on Me", and "I Don't Mind", which spawned a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

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Marsai Martin. Keshia Knight Pulliam. Terri J. Vaughn. Vanessa Williams. Camille Winbush. 2 wins. Tichina Arnold. Jackée Harry. 5 nominations. Sheryl Lee Ralph. Wendy Raquel Robinson. Vanessa Williams. 4 nominations. Anna Deavere Smith. Telma Hopkins. Keshia Knight Pulliam. Terri J. Vaughn. Sofía Vergara. Camille Winbush. Tichina Arnold. 3 nominations. Laverne Cox. Dee Dee Davis. Valarie Pettiford. Wanda Sykes. Countess Vaughn. Marsai Martin. 2 nominations. Tisha Campbell-Martin. Whoopi Goldberg. Jackée Harry. Uzo Aduba. Kim Coles. Rashida Jones. T'Keyah Crystal Keymah. Nia Long. Amber Riley. Gabourey Sidibe. Yvonne Orji.

Regina King

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In 1996, she starred in the Martin Lawrence dark comedy-romance A Thin Line Between Love and Hate as Mia. King gained fame starring in the 1996 blockbuster romantic comedy film Jerry Maguire as Marcee Tidwell, the wife of Cuba Gooding, Jr.'s character. She played Will Smith's character's wife in Enemy of the State, and was also featured in How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Mighty Joe Young, Down to Earth, Daddy Day Care, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, A Cinderella Story, Ray and Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous.

Lists of African Americans

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Tisha Campbell-Martin, actress. Jesse L. Martin, actor. Windell Middlebrooks, actor. Daryl Mitchell, actor. Garrett Morris, comedian, actor. Greg Morris, actor. Joe Morton, actor. Chi McBride, actor. Juanita Moore, actress. Shemar Moore, actor. Lou Myers, actor. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, actor. Moneybagg Yo: Hip hop. Niecy Nash, actress. Tariq Nasheed, film producer. Naturi Naughton, actress. Nichelle Nichols, actress. Maidie Norman, actress. Brandy Norwood, actress. Bill Nunn, actor. Patrice O'Neal, actor and comedian. Shaquille O'Neal, actor. Keke Palmer, actress. Allen Payne, actor. Tyler Perry, actor, comedian, filmmaker. Melvin Van Peebles, actor, filmmaker. Holly Robinson Peete, actress.

Kid 'n Play

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This dance also was made quite popular in Kid 'n Play's feature film House Party, in which Kid and Play have a dance competition with Tisha Campbell and A.J. Johnson. In addition to their music, Kid 'N Play have starred together in five feature films, all of them based around hip hop characters and themes. The duo also appeared on the soundtrack albums to these films. Four of the Kid 'n Play films were entries in the House Party series. The first two House Party films (1990's House Party and 1991's House Party 2) also featured the then-relatively unknown Martin Lawrence and Tisha Campbell, later stars of the TV sitcom Martin.

The Game (American TV series)

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Tichina Arnold. Nnamdi Asomugha. Rob Base. Chico Benymon. Derek Blanks. Tisha Campbell-Martin. Chamillionaire. Morris Chestnut. Loretta Devine. Dustin Diamond. Christopher B. Duncan. Earthquake. Selita Ebanks. Raymond Edwards, Jr. David Eigenberg. Carmen Electra. Estelle. Faith Evans. Fabolous. Melyssa Ford. Scott Michael Foster. Vivica A. Fox. Andy Allo. Tomiko Fraser. Kevin Frazier. Rudy Gay. Reagan Gomez-Preston. Cuba Gooding, Jr. Tiffany Haddish. Irma P. Hall. Regina Hall. Cory Hardrict. Hill Harper. Napoleon Harris. Jamie Hector. Jim Hill. Jennifer Hudson. Daymond John. Magic Johnson. Shawn Johnson. Mike Jones. Leslie Jordan. Solange Knowles. Queen Latifah. Martin Lawrence.

List of African-American actors

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Tisha Campbell-Martin – 1968. Allen Payne – 1968. Matthew St. Patrick – 1968. Cuba Gooding Jr. – 1968. Orlando Jones – 1968. Eddie Griffin – 1968. Terry Crews – 1968. Phill Lewis – 1968. Will Smith – 1968. Tracy Morgan – 1968. LL Cool J – 1968. Gary Coleman – 1968. Andre Royo – 1968. Kimberly Brooks - 1968. Paula Jai Parker – 1969. Jesse L. Martin – 1969. Erika Alexander – 1969. Morris Chestnut – 1969. Ice Cube – 1969. Terrence Howard – 1969. Tyler Perry – 1969. Gina Torres – 1969. Chandra Wilson – 1969. D.B. Woodside – 1969. Dondre Whitfield – 1969. Reginald C. Hayes – 1969. Tichina Arnold – 1969. Wood Harris – 1969. Kim Fields – 1969. Aunjanue Ellis – 1969. Queen Latifah – 1970.

1989 in film

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Martin Lawrence – Do the Right Thing. Tobey Maguire – The Wizard. Mary-Louise Parker – Signs of Life. Rosie Perez – Do the Right Thing. John C. Reilly – Casualties of War. Sam Rockwell – Clownhouse. Rene Russo – Major League. Adam Sandler – Going Overboard. Annabella Sciorra – True Love. Molly Shannon – The Phantom of the Opera. Emma Thompson – The Tall Guy. Elijah Wood – Back to the Future Part II. Michael Jai White – The Toxic Avenger Part II. List of American films of 1989. List of British films of 1989. List of French films of 1989. List of German films of the 1980s. List of Bollywood films of 1989. List of Italian films of 1989r. List of Japanese films of 1989.

And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going

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In an episode of Martin, Gina (Tisha Campbell) performs the song while interrupting Pam's performance of the song "Home" (from The Wiz) on Martin's talk show "Word on the Street". As they both are auditioning for Biggie Smalls, they attempt to out-sing each other, ultimately resulting in embarrassing Martin. Renditions of the song appear in several episodes of Everybody Hates Chris, often sung by Chris' mother Rochelle (Tichina Arnold), or by off-screen performers watched by Rochelle. In the 2001 movie Down to Earth, the song is performed by several people at the Apollo Theater, with the audience only approving of it when sung by Phil Quon (John Cho).

Martin (name)

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Martin Payne (played by Martin Lawrence), the protagonist of the television sitcom Martin (TV series). Martin Mystery (Martin Mystère), eponymous protagonist of the Martin Mystery animated television series and Martin Mystère comix. Martin Septim, character from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Commander Martin Servaz, the protagonist of the French crime thriller TV series, The Frozen Dead (TV series), set in the French Pyrenees town Saint-Martin-de-Comminges. "Uncle Martin", character in American TV series My Favorite Martian. "Martin the Warrior", protagonist of the second, sixth, and twelfth books in the Brian Jacques's Redwall series, and one of the founders of Redwall Abbey.

Little Shop of Horrors (film)

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Steve Martin as Orin Scrivello, DDS, a sadistic, nitrous oxide-addicted dentist and Audrey's violent, abusive boyfriend. Levi Stubbs as the voice of Audrey II, an evil and boisterous flytrap-like extraterrestrial plant with plans to take over the planet. Tichina Arnold, Michelle Weeks, and Tisha Campbell as Crystal, Ronette, and Chiffon, the three mysterious girls who act as a Greek chorus and often provide back-up to the songs throughout the film. Jim Belushi as Patrick Martin, a Licensing and Marketing executive from World Botanical Enterprises who offers Seymour a proposal to sell Audrey IIs worldwide.

Wild Hogs

Wild Hogs is a 2007 American biker road comedy film directed by Walt Becker and starring Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy. It was released nationwide in the United States and Canada on March 2, 2007. Doug Madsen (Tim Allen), Woody Stevens (John Travolta), Bobby Davis (Martin Lawrence) and Dudley Frank (William H. Macy) are four middle-aged everymen living in a Cincinnati suburb who find themselves disillusioned with the quality of everyday life and lack of adventure.

House Party 2

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Christopher Martin as Peter "Play" Martin. Martin Lawrence as Bilal. Paul Anthony George as Stab. Lucien "Bowlegged Lou" George, Jr. as Pee-Wee. Brian "B-Fine" George as Zilla. Tisha Campbell-Martin as Sidney (credited as Tisha Campbell). Kamron as Jamal. Iman as Sheila Landreaux. Queen Latifah as Zora. Georg Stanford Brown as Prof. Sinclair. Louie Louie as Rick. Helen Martin as Mrs. Deevers. William Schallert as Dean Kramer. Tony Burton as Mr. Lee. Christopher Judge as Miles (credited as D. Christopher Judge). Whoopi Goldberg as the professor.

Big Momma's House

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Big Momma's House is a 2000 American action comedy film directed by Raja Gosnell, written by Darryl Quarles and Don Rhymer, and starring Martin Lawrence as FBI agent Malcolm Turner. The majority of the film took place in Cartersville, Georgia, but the film was shot on location in California. The prime shooting spots were Los Angeles and Orange County. The film is also notable for being one of only four titles to be released on the EVD video format. The film is the first installment in the Big Momma trilogy, and was followed by Big Momma's House 2 and Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son. The film received negative reviews from critics, and was a box office hit.

Everybody Hates Chris

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Teen Choice Awards. 2006 – TV – Choice Actor: Comedy – Tyler James Williams (Nominated). 2006 – TV – Choice Actress: Comedy – Tichina Arnold (Nominated). 2006 – TV – Choice Breakout Show (Nominated). 2006 – TV – Choice Comedy/Musical Show (Nominated). 2006 – TV – Choice Parental Unit – Tichina Arnold & Terry Crews (Nominated). 2006 – TV – Choice Sidekick – Vincent Martella (Nominated).

Will Smith

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Smith's first major roles were in the drama Six Degrees of Separation (1993) and the action film Bad Boys (1995) in which he starred opposite Martin Lawrence. The latter film was commercially successful, grossing $141,407,024 worldwide – $65,807,024 in North America and $75,600,000 overseas. However, critical reception was generally mixed. In 1996, Smith starred as part of an ensemble cast in Roland Emmerich's Independence Day. The film was a massive blockbuster, becoming the second highest-grossing film in history at the time and establishing Smith as a prime box office draw. In the summer of 1997, he starred alongside Tommy Lee Jones in the hit Men in Black, playing Agent J.

My Wife and Kids

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Tisha Campbell-Martin's character Gina Waters was the subject of many "big-head" jokes on her previous sitcom Martin. In the season 3 episode, "Sister Story", Michael's sister says Junior has his mother's head. From season three onward, Junior is usually portrayed as an imbecile (in the season two episode "Junior Kyle, Boy Genius", in which his idiocy first becomes a major plot point, Junior loses points on his actual SAT exam, which was mistakenly switched with that of an unrelated higher-scoring classmate named Michelle Kyle, by misspelling his name as 'Junyor' instead of 'Junior').

Bad Boys (1995 film)

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Bad Boys is a 1995 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Michael Bay, in his feature directorial debut, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith as two Miami narcotics detectives, Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowrey. It spawned the Bad Boys trilogy, which includes a sequel, Bad Boys II (2003), and the upcoming Bad Boys for Life (2020). Lifelong friends Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) and Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) are Miami detectives investigating $100 million of seized Mafia heroin, which was stolen from a secure police vault.