Tiffany Haddish is on the hottest of career streaks!
After years of climbing slow and steady, the actress-comedienne was thrust into the global spotlight (seemingly overnight) after a much loved turn in summer smash ‘Girls Trip.’
With the flick making over $100 million at the box office, the 38-year-old has been in all of demand. So much so that she became the first black comic to host Saturday Night Live and is wrapping a movie called ‘Night School’ with Kevin Hart.
Before that though, she’s making sure to tell her own story in biography ‘The Last Black Unicorn’ – which she stopped by The Breakfast Club today to promote.
Despite the many dark corners of her narrative (see: being in the foster care system, homeless, in an abusive relationship), Haddish now celebrates the bumps on her journey for getting her where she is.
During her funny yet frank sit-down, she also revealed that the challenges aren’t over. Indeed, she expanded on some of the hurdles encountered during her SNL gig, family dramas, and a whole lot more.
Check it out after the jump…