Friends with Arsenio Hall and Amanda Seales.
Her father, Tsihaye Reda Haddish, was from Eritrea, and was of Eritrean Jewish descent. Her mother, Leola (Wright), is African-American, and a Jehovah's Witness.
When Tiffany was nine, her mother was in a car accident that triggered her schizophrenia. When she was twelve, she and her four siblings were placed into foster care.
Participated in the Laugh Factory Camp at age fifteen, where she met the voice of Roger Rabbit, Charles Fleischer.
Tiffany met her father as an adult, through her now ex-husband, who was a detective.
Lived out of her car in Beverly Hills before jump-starting her career in 2005.
Tiffany lived in three foster homes after her mother lost custody of her and her siblings, when Tiffany was twelve. After two years, her grandmother was able to gain custody of Tiffany and her siblings.
Tiffany is a graduate of El Camino Real High School.
Tiffany is the oldest of five children. She has two-half brothers and two-half sisters.
Enjoys making people laugh.
First black comedienne to host SNL - Saturday Night Live: Tiffany Haddish/Taylor Swift (2017).
Merited a place in TIME magazine's "The 100 Most Influential People" (Pioneers) with an homage penned by Kevin Hart [April 2018].
Speaks fluent Japanese.
Her stepfather once told her he had tried to kill her, her mother, and her siblings in a car accident in 1988. Her stepfather had told her he cut the brakes of her mother's car before a car crash that left her mother with severe brain damage.
In 2018, Tiffany won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for playing Host on Saturday Night Live: Tiffany Haddish/Taylor Swift (2017).