Lisa Arrindell Anderson
Lisa Arrindell Anderson is an American actress best known for her roles in African-American themed films and TV shows. Anderson's first significant role came via a recurring guest part on the mid-'90s sitcom "In the House," which featured rapper LL Cool J. She then had a supporting role in the Emmy-winning TV drama "A Lesson Before Dying" in 1999, which introduced her to a larger audience as a serious actress, after years of stage work. She returned to comedy roles again in the 2000s, appearing in several Tyler Perry projects, including the films "Big Momma's House 2" and "Madea's Family Reunion," in which she had a supporting role.