Terri Vaughn is an American actress with a net worth of two million dollars. Terri Vaughn came into this world in San Francisco, California, and began the acting career of her in the early 90s. She began with guest starring and co starring roles in such projects as "In the Meantime", "Living Single", "The Sinbad Show", "Married with Children", "Friday", "Family Matters", "Black Scorpion", "Excessive Force II: Force on Force", "Sherman Oaks", "Sherman Oaks", "ER", "The Steve Harvey Show", "Girlfriends", "Soul Food", "Fair Game", "All of Us", "Dirty Laundry", "Daddy's Little Girls", "Three Can Play That Game", "Meet the Browns", "The Marriage Chronicles", "Probable Cause", and "JD Lawrence's Community Service". She's most widely recognized for the job of her in the movie, "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking The Juice of yours in the Hood". She also costs Take Wings Foundation, a non profit which provides scholarships, mentorships, and work training in the San Francisco Bay area.
Terri J. Vaughn Top Mentions:
- Egypt Sherrod & Terri J. Vaughn Explain â€˜Life, Love, Soulâ€™
- Terri J. Vaughn busts down doors for Black actors, directs new comedy
- Terri J. Vaughn and Cas Sigers-Beedles: Breaking records and trends in films
- Terri J. Vaughn goes home to the San Francisco Bay Area to ‘Take Wings’
- UPFRONT Celebrates Women's History Month with Melissa Ingram, Terri J. Vaughn and April Love (AUDIO)