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Fans were shocked and saddened on October 12, when Tommy Ford, of the hit TV show Martin, passed away from complications of a stomach aneurysm. All of his co-stars from the series have shared beautiful sentiments about working with him and today (October 19), they gathered to lay their friend to rest at his funeral. Tichina Arnold, who played Pamela […]

Thomas Mikal Ford‘s beloved character on ‘Martin’ made him a television icon and a household name in the Black community. Ford passed away yesterday after suffering a stomach aneurysm in the weeks after knee surgery. Family, friends and fans are mourning his untimely death and remembering the actor by reliving some of his greatest comedic […]

The actor's family confirmed his hospitalization to HelloBeautiful Wednesday.

Thomas Mikal Ford, 52, best known for his role as "Tommy" on Martin, died Wednesday at an Atlanta hospital surrounded by family.

Reports of Tommy Ford‘s death first surfaced early Wednesday morning after rumors of the actor falling into a coma after a knee surgery. He captioned the photo, I’m having a Knee Replacement surgery this morning. Please keep me in your prayers! Love you all! #kneereplacement #surgeryday #tommyford #earlymorning Over the last couple of weeks, Tommy updated […]

The actor's family confirmed his hospitalization to HelloBeautiful Wednesday.

  Tommy Ford is participating at the 2016 Allstate Tom Joyner Family Reunion Labor Day weekend in Orlando, Florida and he’s bringing a few familiar faces from the cast of Martin along with him. “I’m so exited to see my old pals again. Not only did we work together but we were friends so I […]

Nearly 20 years after the show ended, Tisha Campbell-Martin revealed this week what his true occupation was on the hit show.

Martin Lawrence talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his “Doin’ Time” Tour. The funny man is also performing at the Fox Theater in…

Hillary Clinton answers questions during a special roundtable forum with Tom Joyner, Sybil Wilkes, Don Lemon, Jacque Reid and Roland Martin