Kia-Goodwin
Kia Goodwin | Biography

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  • Full Name Kia Joy Goodwin
  • Occupation Actress
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace Montclair, New Jersey, USA
  • Birth Date Aug 02, 1973
  • Age 48 Years, 9 Months
Tiffany Holloway in the NBC Series '227'

Kia Goodwin | Biography

Appeared in the TV shows like 'Platinum,' 'Barbershop' and 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'

227 is a television series first released on NBC on 14 September 1985. Goodwin was chosen as Tiffany Holloway on the NBC comedy 227 as a regular series during the show's first season in 1985. Unfortunately, Goodwin's mother disliked California and wanted to return to their native New York. As a result, she was released out of her contract and written off the show after the second season, at which point Goodwin became a frequent guest star. However, in a season 3 episode titled 'The Sing-Off,' she reprised the role for the final time.


Kia Goodwin is an actress best known for her role in the TV series 227, as Tiffany Holloway and Platinum as Lady Bryce.

Who is Kia Goodwin? 

Kia Joy Goodwin is an American actress born on 2 August 1973 in Montclair, New Jersey, USA. However, there are no details about her educational and early life details.

In 1976, Goodwin made her first commercial appearance on television, promoting M&Ms, Jello Pudding, and AT&T. She then joined the First National Touring Company of Annie in 1981, playing Duffy in the show. After the tour ended in 1982, she went on to portray Tessie and later Kate in the final Broadway production of Annie.

During the same time, Goodwin also debuted her acting career in the TV series ABC Afterschool Specials. She played the role of Stephanie/Marlen for two episodes from 1981 to 1993. 

In 1993, she appeared in the television movie Strapped as Latisha Jordan. Two years later, Goodwin landed one of her most recognized roles, Tiffany Holloway, in the television show 227. Her other popular appearance came in 2003 after portraying Lady Bryce in the TV series Platinum.

Since then, Goodwin has been featured in several TV series and movies such as Jake in Progress (TV series 2005), Barbershop (TV series 2005-2006), You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You (movie 2012), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV series 2001-2015), The Plug (TV series 2018), and DC Noir (movie 2019), among others.

'227'

227 is a television series first released on NBC on 14 September 1985. It comprises five seasons, with the last episode airing on 6 May 1990.

The series was set in the 227th apartment building. The cast would frequently be seated outside on an extensive set of stone stairs, which would eventually lead to the weekly plotline. 

Goodwin was chosen as Tiffany Holloway on the NBC comedy 227 as a regular series during the show's first season in 1985. She portrayed the role of Tiffany Holloway, Rose's (played by Alaina Reed-Hall) daughter, and Brenda's (played by Regina King) best friend for 21 episodes from 1985 to 1988. Tiffany was like Brenda's little sister, but her character never had a chance to develop. 

Unfortunately, Goodwin's mother disliked California and wanted to return to their native New York. As a result, she was released out of her contract and written off the show after the second season, at which point Goodwin became a frequent guest star. However, in a season 3 episode titled 'The Sing-Off,' she reprised the role for the last time.

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'Platinum'

Platinum is a UPN drama series that aired from 14 April to 13 May 200 for one season. The TV show follows two brothers as they try to deal with the problems of running a hip-hop/rap record label in New York.

Goodwin portrayed the role of Lady Bryce for five episodes. Bryce is a rising female artist trapped in a toxic, codependent marriage.

In one episode, label executives discovered an old videotape that featured an artist raping a young woman and turned it over to authorities.

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