Funniest and Most Notable Tiffany Haddish Movies Ranked

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 16: Tiffany Haddish attends the Hollywood Confidential 10 yr Anniversary W. Marla Gibbs, Tabitha Brown Tiffany Haddish at Television Academy on October 16, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Hollywood Confidential) | Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 16: Tiffany Haddish attends the Hollywood Confidential 10 yr Anniversary W. Marla Gibbs, Tabitha Brown Tiffany Haddish at Television Academy on October 16, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Hollywood Confidential) | Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
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Tiffany Haddish is a comedic powerhouse who has taken the entertainment world by storm with her infectious humor and undeniable talent. From her early days as a stand-up comedian to her breakout roles in both film and television, Haddish has proven herself to be a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment world.

The actor is also no stranger to the media with her hilarious off-screen antics and viral moments. Regardless of whether some think Haddish is being boxed into a specific role or they think she is given roles where her comedy can shine, Haddish has made a name for herself and been able to stand out on the big screen. Here are some of the most notable Tiffany Haddish movies and TV shows ranked based on their general perception, Rotten Tomatoes score and IMDb rankings.

8. Like a Boss (2020)

Rotten Tomatoes: 21%

IMDb: 4.2/10

In Like a Boss (2020), Tiffany Haddish plays the role of Mia, one of two best friends who run a beauty company together. Mia is the more adventurous and free-spirited of the duo, while her business partner is more cautious. The film revolves around their friendship and the challenges they face when a cosmetics mogul seeks to buy their struggling company. Haddish’s character adds humor and energy to the film. While the film’s critical reception was lukewarm, Haddish’s comedic chemistry with Rose Byrne is a highlight.

7. The Kitchen (2019)

Rotten Tomatoes: 22%

IMDb: 5.5/10

In The Kitchen (2019), Haddish plays the role of Ruby O’Carroll, one of three women who take over their husbands’ criminal activities in 1970s Hell’s Kitchen after their husbands are incarcerated. Ruby is a determined and resourceful character who becomes deeply involved in organized crime as she strives to support herself and her family. Haddish’s role in this film is a departure from her usual comedic roles, showcasing her versatility as an actress in a more dramatic and intense setting. While the film received mixed reviews, it proved Haddish can tackle more serious roles as well.

6. Nobody’s Fool

Rotten Tomatoes: 25%

IMDb: 5.0/10

In Nobody’s Fool, Tiffany Haddish plays the character Tanya, a brash and outspoken woman who is just released from prison. Tanya is determined to get her life back on track and investigates the online romance of her more reserved sister, played by Tika Sumpter. Haddish’s role in the film brings her signature humor and no-nonsense attitude to the story, adding comedic flair and heart to the narrative as she navigates her sister’s love life and attempts to rebuild her own. And for all the TikTok users, the movie is also the source of Haddish’s viral quote and popular TikTok sound “Oooh this is nice! It don’t smell like roaches in here or nothing!”

5. Night School (2018)

Rotten Tomatoes: 28%

IMDb: 5.6/10

In Night School, Haddish teamed up with Kevin Hart for a hilarious comedy about a group of misfit adults trying to pass their GED exams. Haddish plays the role of Carrie, a tough and no-nonsense teacher who is tasked with helping the group of adult students. Her character is known for her unorthodox teaching methods and no-holds-barred approach to education. Despite the film’s mixed critical reception, Haddish’s performance as Carrie highlights her comedic prowess and ability to command the screen with her charisma and humor.

4. The Last O.G. (2018-2021)

Rotten Tomatoes: 77%

IMDb: 6.9/10

Tiffany Haddish stars alongside Tracy Morgan in the television series The Last O.G. The show follows an ex-convict who returns to his old Brooklyn neighborhood after 15 years, only to find it gentrified. Haddish plays the role of Shay, the ex-girlfriend of the main character, Tray. Shay is a strong and independent woman who has moved on with her life after Tray’s incarceration. Haddish’s character adds depth and heart to the series as she navigates the challenges of co-parenting with Tray and dealing with the changes that have occurred in their old Brooklyn neighborhood during his absence. Her performance showcases her versatility as an actress, as she brings both humor and emotional depth to the show.

3. Bad Trip

Rotten Tomatoes: 79%

IMDb: 6.5/10

In Bad Trip, Haddish plays the role of Trina, the sister of the film’s main character, played by Eric André. Trina is a no-nonsense, street-smart character who adds a wild and unpredictable element to the road trip comedy. Haddish’s character becomes entangled in the often cringe-worthy antics of the film’s characters as they embark on a chaotic journey, blending elements of hidden-camera pranks and a scripted narrative to create a unique and uproarious comedy experience.

2. The Carmichael Show (2015-2017)

Rotten Tomatoes: 90%

IMDb: 7.9/10

Before Girls Trip, Haddish appeared in The Carmichael Show, a sitcom created by Jerrod Carmichael. She portrayed Nekeisha, the estranged wife of Bobby Carmichael, and her sharp wit added depth to the show’s ensemble cast. While her role in the show was not as prominent as some of her other work, Haddish’s performance in The Carmichael Show showcased her comedic talent and contributed to the show’s overall appeal.

1. Girls Trip (2017)

Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

IMDb: 6.2/10

Haddish burst onto the mainstream with her role as Dina in the raucous comedy Girls Trip. The film follows a group of lifelong friends who embark on a wild adventure to New Orleans for the Essence Festival. Haddish’s performance as the vivacious and outspoken Dina earned her critical acclaim and showcased her impeccable comedic timing. Also fans of this hilarious feel-good movie should keep an eye out as an alleged part two of the beloved movie is expected to come out as soon as next year!

Tiffany Haddish’s movies and TV shows have been marked by her ability to bring humor and authenticity to her roles, making her a beloved figure in the entertainment industry. While not every project she’s been a part of has been a critical hit, her undeniable talent and charisma shine through in each performance. Haddish’s charm and skills are something even naysayers cannot deny.