Tisha Campbell Net Worth: Tisha Campbell is an American singer and actress who has a net worth of -$15 million dollars. Born in Oklahoma City in 1968, Tisha Campbell's acting career began when she was six years old with an appearance on PBS' "The Big Blue Marble". She went on to earn roles in "Unicorn Tales", "Kids Are People Too", and "Captain Kangaroo". Campbell held several theater roles before she moved to Hollywood after her high school graduation. She landed a part on "Rags to Riches" before attempting a music career with the release of her first album, "Tisha", in 1992. She has four discography credits, including the soundtracks to "Sprung", "Little Shop of Horrors" and "School Daze". She landed the role of Gina Waters on "Martin", staying with the show for 122 episodes from 1992-1997. In 1996, however, she filed a lawsuit against Martin Lawrence and the show's producers alleging sexual harassment and abuse. HBO settled, and Campbell filmed the show's last three episodes without appearing in any scenes with Lawrence. In 2001, she began starring as Janet Kyle on "My Wife and Kids" through 2005. Other TV and film credits include "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch", "Everybody Hates Chris", "Private Practice", "Little Shop of Horrors", "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" and "Lemonade Mouth". She has been married to husband Duane Martin since 1996 and has two sons.
Tisha Campbell Bankruptcy
On April 4, 2016, it was revealed that Tisha Cambell and her husband Duane Martin have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In the filing, the couple claim to be drowning in $15 million worth of debt and only have $313,000 in assets between them. Their listed assets include $65,000 in real estate and $248,000 in personal property. Their combined monthly income is $7,655 and their monthly expenses are $16,953. They own a 2014 Range Rover, a 2016 Range Rover, a 1999 Kawasaki Drifter and a Jeep Wrangler. They owe $15,145,387 in liabilities to various creditors including $3 million which is owed to Broadway Federal Bank for a real estate loan and $9.5 million to the City of Los Angeles for a personal guaranty. They also owe tens of thousands of dollars in back taxes.