Tasha Smith net worth: Tasha Smith is an American actress who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Tasha Smith was born in Camden, New Jersey, and went through a period of heavy drug use during her late teens and early 20s. She finally kicked the habit when she converted to Christianity in her mid-20s. She began her professional acting career with a role in the film, “Twin Sitters” in 1994, and has since gone on to appear in a variety of film, television, and theater projects. She has had co-starring, guest starring, and recurring roles on such television shows as, “Boston Common”, “Chicago Hope”, “The Tom Show”, “Without a Trace”, “Nip/Tuck”, and “Meet the Browns”. She has also appeared in the films, “The Whole Ten Yards”, “Daddy’s Little Girls”, “Why Did I Get Married?”, and its sequel. She currently stars on the hit show, “Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse”, and runs Tasha Smith’s Acting Workshops.
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|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Date of Birth||February 28, 1971 (age 51 years)||Gender||Female|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
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I'm a black woman who loves hair. I enjoy changing my hair, having fun with it - just hair! I go from braids, to weaves, to wigs, to natural hair.Tasha Smith
I felt bad to have to get divorced. I wasn't proud of that.Tasha Smith
I would rather do surrogacy before adopting. If I can't do it, I'd rather find someone who would do it for me.Tasha Smith
I use honey to condition my hair and eggs for protein. Also, mayonnaise and olive oil are great options for keeping it moisturized.Tasha Smith
There is a restaurant in L.A. called Crustacean, which is very famous for its garlic crab. Well, I can make garlic crab better than Crustacean. My sauce is so good you'll want to dip your bread in it, put it on your egg omelet, in your cereal, and in everything else.Tasha Smith