Tammy Townsend
Tammy Townsend
Tammy Townsend appears as Amy in the second season episode titled "Getting It".


Tamara Townsend


(1970-08-17) August 17, 1970 (age 47)


Los Angeles, California, U.S.


Actress, singer

Years active


Appearance on The Wayans Bros.

as Amy in the episode "Getting It" in Season 2

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Tammy Townsend (born Tamara Townsend August 17, 1970) appeared on The Wayans Bros. as Amy in the episode titled "Getting It"" in the series's second season, is a former chid actress, who still now as an adult a highly talented television actress and singer.

Townsend was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Anorene, an African American interior designer, and Thomas Townsend, an English judge with Yugoslavian ancestry.[1][2] Tammy is a graduate of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. She has starring roles in numerous television sitcoms and plays. She was also the 1987 "Miss Talented Teen California."


  • Switched at Birth - Denise (2011)
  • Love Chronicles: Secrets Revealed - Asia (2010)
  • Preacher's Kid — Desireé (2010)
  • Ghost Whisperer — Witness (2010)
  • Sherri — Celia Marson (2009)
  • Lincoln Heights — Dana (2008)
  • Fabric of a Man — Dominique Majors (2005)
  • According to Jim — Ms. Crawford (2005)
  • Barbershop: The Series — Lea Robinson (2005)
  • For Your Love (TV series) — Vanessa (2002)
  • Friends (TV) - The Teacher in "The One with Monica's Boots" (2001)
  • Walker, Texas Ranger — Erika Carter (2000, 2001)
  • Felicity (TV series) — Tara Owens (1999)
  • Family Matters — Greta McClure (1995–1998)
  • The Pest — Xantha Kent (1997)
  • The Jamie Foxx Show — Ms. Crawford (1996)
  • The Wayans Bros. — Amy (1996)
  • Living Single — Melody (1995)
  • Hangin' with Mr. Cooper — Patrice (1995)
  • Quantum Leap — Lynell Walters (1992)
  • The Five Heartbeats - Matthew's Kid (1991)
  • The Bronx Zoo — Aimee (1988)
  • Charles in Charge — Tammy (1987)
  • Diff'rent Strokes — Sara (1985)


  • Sings "Ain't It Funny" on the Branford Marsalis album Buckshot LeFonque.
  • Sings "Finance Without Romance" in the David E. Talbert play Fabric of a Man.
  • Unfinished Business (2010 Album)


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