Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready premieres on Netflix on August 13, boasting a cast of talented comedians. With Haddish and Wanda Sykes as executive producers (and the Girls Trip star hosting), you’re guaranteed a laugh riot. Besides delivering some of her own stand-up, Haddish is inviting six amazing comedians to perform on the show. Each of these comedians shares a personal history with Haddish, which we’ll learn about during their stand-up routines. A few, or all, might seem familiar, or you might wonder what these comedians are famous for. So we’ve turned the spotlight on the cast of Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready.
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If that last name doesn’t give it away already, Chaunté Wayans (born May 24, 1982) is from the first family of comedy, the Wayans family. Her mother is screenwriter Elvira Wayans and the actor Damien Wayans is her brother. Damon Wayans Jr. is her cousin.
Chaunté’s earliest TV appearance was on Trading Spaces in 2007, followed by Wild ‘n Out in 2013. She also performed three times on Laugh Factory.
Additionally, she has worked on various Wayans family productions, including as a production assistant on My Wife and Kids, Dance Flick, and Scary Movie. Besides minor roles in several family productions, she recently featured in the parody movie Fifty Shades of Black alongside her uncle, Marlon Wayans.
April Macie (born April Maciejczyk on November 2, 1977) rose to prominence as a finalist on Last Comic Standing in 2006. She’s been a regular guest on the Howard Stern Show since 2008, when she was voted the winner of the “Hottest and Funniest Chick” contest. When she’s not on Stern, she’s performing across the U.S. and headlining comedy tours.
She’s also enjoying the newlywed life after tying the knot with her husband, Arya Shoaee, in 2018.
Miami, Florida resident Tracey Ashley was a featured comedian on Wanda Sykes’ OWN Network special, Herlarious, and Last Comic Standing. She also was the opening act for Tracy Morgan’s comedy tour.
In 2019, she was a writer on Tracy Morgan’s TBS show, The Last O.G., and Cedric the Entertainer’s CBS sitcom, The Neighborhood.
Born in Boston on August 29, 1977, Aida Rodriguez turned to comedy after going through an eating disorder and divorce. This model of Dominican-Puerto Rican heritage left the glamour industry behind to build a comedy career.
Since competing on Last Comic Standing, Rodriguez has been a regular host on the viral YouTube channel The Young Turks. She’s also performed stand-up on Laugh Factory, Shaquille O’Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam – I’m Still Laughing, Comedians and Cocktails, This Week at the Comedy Cellar, and a lot more.
At home, he is a single dad of three kids, Marcus Parker. On stage, he’s the no-holds-barred Flame Monroe with the flaming red wig.
This Chicago native is a resident comedian at Palihouse West Hollywood and performed on TV in BET’s ComicView.
Marlo Williams is a rising comedian who was the opening act for Haddish on her She Ready Tour in 2018. She made an impact with her punchlines, but also with her unscripted tumble before beginning her routine at the St. Louis show.