Tammi Mac is a three-time NAACP award-winning writer, producer, actress, and radio and television personality. She was hand-picked by Stevie Wonder to host an afternoon radio show on his Los Angeles-based station, which is, in and of itself, proof enough that she has the voice and the chops of a bona fide star.
Tammi Mac earned a Master of Fine Arts in theatre before moving on to train with The Groundlings Theatre & School in Los Angeles. Her extensive voiceover work includes AARP, Baskin Robbins, State Farm, Union Bank, and McDonald’s. Through the years, she has also been seen in over a dozen national TV commercials, from Verizon to Capital One. Her aforementioned hit radio show on 102.3 KJLH, The Tammi Mac Show, is rated number one in LA with the African-American audience and has been ranked among the top 20 radio shows in the nation by RadioFacts.
Tammi Mac extended her platform by joining Fox Soul in January 2020. She currently hosts Fox Soul’s The Tammi Mac Late Show—a show that focuses on “the business of being Black” and tackles everything within Black culture. It airs every weeknight at 9pm PT / 12am ET.