Maia Campbell Net Worth
Maia Campbell is a well-known American actress with a modest $1000 fortune. Maia Campbell was born in Takoma Park, Maryland, and began her acting career in the film “Poetic Justice.” After that, she changed her concentration to acting in television, appearing on shows including “Thea,” “South Central,” “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “Moesha,” and “Sister, Sister” in recurrent and guest-starring roles.
When she was hired as Tiffany Warren in the hit series “In the House” in 1995, she became an overnight sensation. There were five seasons of “In the House.” Her filmography includes roles in such films as “The Trial”, “With or Without You”, “The Luau”, and “Envy” as well as the upcoming horror picture “Sorority Sister Slaughter.” “Sweet Potato Pie” and “Friends and Lovers” were two other straight-to-DVD movies in which she appeared. For her work on “In the House” in 1996, she was nominated for a Young Artist Award.
Childhood and the Family
Bebe Moore Campbell and Tiko Campbell, authors and architects, are the proud parents of Maia Chinassa Campbell. She does come from a well-connected family, and both of her parents are well-known in their fields. She grew up in the Los Angeles neighbourhood of Ladera Heights. She went to a local high school for her secondary education before attending Spelman College, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree.
With the help of her parents, Maia developed an early interest in the arts. It wasn’t until she was in her mid-teens that she decided to take up acting. At Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1994, she matriculated but dropped out after one semester because she wanted to focus on her acting career.
Since her divorce from her first husband Elias Gutierrez in 1998, Campbell has had to deal with the difficulties of remarrying after her first marriage ended in divorce. She had lived with her daughter Elizabeth Elisha Guiterrez till she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. It is not known if she is now in a relationship. She stopped taking her medications and as a result, she lost custody of her daughter. She has faith in herself and her ability to recover and regain custody of her daughter despite her illness. Ellis Gordon III, Maia’s brother, is her sibling.