Tamala Jones

Tamala Jones

Singer, model and actress
Date of Birth: 12.11.1974
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Tamala Jones
  2. Early Career
  3. Television and Film Career
  4. Personal Life

Biography of Tamala Jones

American singer, model, and actress, Tamala R. Jones was born on November 12, 1974, in Pasadena, California, USA. She began her career as a model, appearing in various magazines and commercial projects.

Tamala Jones

Early Career

Tamala received her first role as a guest star in the teen sitcom "California Dreams." However, she gained significant recognition when she played the role of student Kelly Timmons in the short-lived drama series "Dangerous Minds." She went on to become one of the stars of the American sitcom "For Your Love" and the comedy sitcom "The Tracy Morgan Show."

Tamala Jones

Television and Film Career

Tamala has also appeared in several other television series, including "The Parent 'Hood," "Veronica's Closet," "Malcolm & Eddie," "My Name Is Earl," and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." She has also been featured in shows such as "ER," "C.S.I.: Miami," "Love, Inc.," "Ghost Whisperer," "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," and "Castle."

In addition to her television work, Tamala has appeared in films such as "Booty Call" directed by Jeff Pollack and "The Wood." She played the role of Nadine in the comedy film "Kingdom Come," starred alongside Winona Ryder in the romantic drama "How to Make an American Quilt" as the character of Anna's great-grandmother, and portrayed Cindy in the comedy film "What's the Worst That Could Happen?" She also appeared with comedian Martin Lawrence in the action film "Blue Streak" and starred in the comedy film "Next Friday" directed by Steve Carr.

Throughout the millennium, Tamala was involved in films such as "Little Richard," "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog," "Turn It Up," and "The Brothers." She played Tracy Johnson in Mark Brown's comedy film "Two Can Play That Game" and the role of Jackie in Eric Bross's film "On the Line."

Tamala has appeared in a variety of other films, including "Couples," "Head of State," "Nora's Hair Salon," "The Brothers," "Confessions," "Flirt," "What Love Is," "Who's Your Caddy?," "Daddy Day Camp," "Protect and Serve," "Hustle," "Who's Deal?," "American Dream," "Show Stoppers," "Black Man's Guide to Understanding Black Women," and "Janky Promoters."

Personal Life

Tamala has a sister, actress Tracey Cherelle Jones. She was named one of the "10 Sexiest Women of the Year" by Black Men magazine in 2000 and 2001. Additionally, she appeared in rapper Webbie's music video for the song "Independent," portraying an African-American woman president of the United States.