Tisha Campbell was born in 1968 in Oklahoma. She was raised in New jersey and became active in music at an early age. She appeared on childrens programs like Captain Kangaroo and won many singing competitions.
At the age of 15, Tisha Campbell traveled to London where she starred as a singer in the film, Little Shop Of Horrors. She moved to Hollywood after graduating from the Arts High School in Newark, New Jersey. In Hollywood, she starred in the series Rags To Riches.
She also produced the short film, A Luv Tale, which won many awards.
In 1993, Tisha Campbell released her debut album, Tisha. The album had modest success with the singles 'Push' and 'Love Me Down.' She also contributed vocals for the soundtrack to the movie Sprung, singing on the remake 'Don't Ask My Neighbor.'
Tisha Campbell has had far more success with her acting career. She has appeared in many movies including Boomerang, School Daze, and House Party.
Campbell is married to actor Duane Martin, who she married in 1996. They have a son together, Xen, who was born in 2001. They reside in Los Angeles, California where Campbell is working on a cookbook, as well as a novel.