As you may have heard, OKmagazine.com is hosting a Google+ Hangout with Tia Mowry-Hardrict this Friday, April 12 at 6:30pm ET. To get even more excited for the event, let's check in with the cast of Tia's classic '90s show, Sister, Sister.
Sister, Sister was the story of a set of twins who were adopted separately at birth and run into each other randomly at the mall. Before we go any further, it is imperative to watch this collection of all the versions of the theme songs over the years.
The girls move in together and are raised by their single parents, who engaged in a little will-they-won't-they romantic drama. Sometimes they do, but ultimately they didn't end up together.
Tia's mom was played by Jackée Harry. Jackée's amazing career ever has only gotten better since Sister, Sister! She has three enormous projects coming out: she is set to star in the new BET series The First Family, she will appear on ABC's new show How to Live with Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life, and… drum roll… she is confirmed to be on the spin-off of Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World! Whew. Doesn't the lady sleep?
Oh, and her Twitter feed is hilarious.
Tamera's dad was played by Tim Reid. Tim has also kept right on acting—most recently, he had recurring roles on Treme and That '70s Show.
The nerdy neighbor Roger was played by Marques Houston. He had an amazing R&B group, Immature, that broke up in 2001 and has released solo music and appeared in movies like You Got Served since the show ended.
And now for the sisters! Tamera Mowry-Housley had recurring roles on three different series in the '00s, and appears with her sister Tia on the reality show Tia & Tamera. She married FOX News correspondent Adam Housley in 2011 and welcomed son Aden in 2012.
Meanwhile, Tia has appeared in several TV movies and starred on BET's show The Game. She married fellow actor Cory Hardrict in 2008 (after dating for eight years!), and their son Cree was born in 2011. If you have any more questions about Tia, you can ask her in our hangout! Details here.
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