Tammi Mac was hand-picked by the legendary Stevie Wonder to be half of the afternoon radio duo, “Mac and Amiche” from 4-8pm daily on his Los Angeles owned 102.3 KJLH. “Mac and Amiche,” which is rated number one in Los Angeles with African Americans and has been ranked among the top 20 radio shows in the nation by RadioFacts. She has anchored the show for four years and continues to be the most popular female on L.A. radio. When off-air, Mac stands alone as a multi talented, actress, producer, writer, television hostess and voiceover artist. Most are familiar with Mac’s voice. She is a voice over artist represented by one of the top agencies in the nation, William Morris Endeavor and has voiced commercials for McDonald’s, Centrum, Wal-Mart, AARP, and State Farm to name a few.
She often interrupts your favorite television shows, as she is seen in over a dozen national TV commercials from her current appearances in the national campaigns for Church’s Chicken, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, Sam’s Club, Verizon, McDonald’s and more. A VH1 commentator, Tammi Mac can be seen on the cable network’s clip shows such as, The 40 Greatest R&B Songs of the Nineties and The 100 Sexiest Artists. She has served as guest host on Byron Allen’s nationally syndicated talk show, The Gossip Queens. Mac also sets the L.A. stage on fire theatrically, co-starring in the award winning production of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson. She has also appeared in the Wilshire Ebell productions of Brandi Burk’s Men Cry Too and Reap What You Sow. Mac’s fierce acting skills have been instrumental in forging her theatrical career, so that Hollywood not only take notice of her undeniable radio talents, but also witnesses her powerful stage presence. She has starred in Don B. Welch’s, Idella’s Soul Shack, The Divorce, Let The Church Roll On and The Bachelor Party. Mac is a formally trained actress with a Master of Fine Arts in theatre from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and has also trained with the infamous improv school, The Groundlings.
Her film career has gained momentum too. She has co-starred alongside Lynn Whitfield, Eva Marcille and Angell Conwell in the film, 24 Hour Love and the theatrically released DVD, The Divorce, which co-stars, Tatyana Ali, Dawn Lewis, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Freda Payne and more. She has also starred in short films, such as Past Tense, TMI and the award winning, Hollyshorts film festival comedy, Anger Mismanagement.
As a producer, Mac has created several projects through her company, MacJack Productions. Some of those include her all-female sketch comedy troupe, High Estrogen, slated as a web-series. In addition, she is an executive producer of Mac’s Minute Microphone Mixer in association with her business partner, actress Vanessa Bell Calloway. The mixer is an industry showcase that spotlights up and coming actors in Los Angeles, mainly, minority talent. Guests, such as John Singleton, Bill Duke, Leah Daniels-Butler, Robi Reed, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Reggie Bythewood, Twinkie Byrd, Robert Townsend and more have attended as industry guest, who experience the talents and mingle personally with each artist. Tammi Mac is bursting at the seams with talent and you can experience more of her at www.TammiMac.com. Bag Lady is her most challenging project to date. This one-woman show, written by Mac, exposes tragic relationship stories from her personal life and the lives of some of her closest friends. This story is sure to showcase Mac’s extraordinary skills as an actress, writer and producer.