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Tatyana Ali Previews Jaleel White's 'Love That Girl' Cameo (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 17th 2011 3:45PM
Tatyana Ali became famous as Ashley on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' but Lil' Ash is all grown up now, and Tatyana is starring on 'Love That Girl.' Ali stopped by 'Good Day NY' (weekdays, 7AM ET on Fox) to talk about her character Tyana and an upcoming cameo from Jaleel White.

"We have great guest stars this season. [Jaleel White] and I worked together on 'Fresh Prince' and haven't worked together since ... so that was so much fun," she said of White's guest-spot.

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Tatyana Ali on 'Love That Girl,' How She Avoided Being a Child Star Tragedy, and Willow Smith

by Chris Jancelewicz, posted Jan 10th 2011 2:00PM
Tatyana Ali, who most of us know as Ashley from 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' has certainly grown up. Now 31, the actress is helming her own show, 'Love That Girl,' which premieres tonight on TV One.

Charming and quick to laughter, Ali is over the moon about her new show and her return to comedy. With a recurring role on 'The Young and the Restless,' Ali hasn't been away from the small screen completely, but she's thrilled to return from whence she came -- that is, the land of the sitcom.

TV Squad spoke with Ali in LA about 'Love That Girl,' how she avoided being a child star tragedy, and what she thinks about Willow Smith.

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Martin Lawrence Producing Comedy for TV One

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Jan 5th 2010 12:00PM
Martin Lawrence is back, this time as executive producer of a new African-American comedy for cable network TV One. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that Lawrence will work on 'Love That Girl!' set to star Tatyana Ali ('The Fresh Prince of Bel Air'). The show is written and directed by Bentley Kyle Evans who worked with Lawrence on the hugely successful 'Martin' from 1992-1997.

Described as a sexy comedy about a divorcee who comes back home and begins work at her father's Southern California real estate office, 'Girl' will capitalize on the black comedy revival happening on cable networks like TBS. Shows such as Tyler Perry's 'House of Payne' and 'Meet the Browns' also started off modestly before being nationally distributed by TBS.

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