Tamera Mowry-Housley is an Emmy award-winning host, actress, producer, and entrepreneur who has captivated audiences for over 20 years. Tamera started her career in Hollywood alongside her sister, Tia, on the hit show Sister, Sister, which aired over 100 episodes from 1994-1999 and has gone on to see a cultural revival over the past few years since it was released on Netflix. Tamera also co-hosted the groundbreaking and Emmy-winning talk show, The Real, for six seasons. The Real is the first syndicated talk show in years to be renewed for a sixth season. Tamera worked alongside co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, and Jeannie Mai. Together, the ladies won the “Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host” Emmy at the 45th Daytime Emmy Awards in April 2018. In November 2020, it was announced that Tamera would be expanding her relationship with Crown Media Family Networks, parent company to Hallmark, in a new overall deal to star in and executive produce original films for the network. Tamera starred in and executive produced their hit Christmas movie, A Christmas Miracle, and will be releasing a to-be-announced Christmas movie again for 2021. Up next, Tamera can be seen in Hulu’s new upcoming baking competition series Baker’s Dozen with former White House pastry chef Bill Yosses. Together, they’ll host the unscripted series which pits passionate amateur bakers against seasoned culinary experts. Contestants will compete in head-to-head challenges for a chance to win the golden rolling pin and a cash prize. The series is set to premiere October 7, 2021. Additionally, Tamera will serve as a judge alongside Martha Stewart and Chris Hessney on HGTV’s new design competition show, Table Wars.  In each episode, the competitors must deliver the ultimate themed party environment, including stunning tablescapes, lighting and displays in order to impress the judges and avoid elimination. The finalist who delivers the most over-the-top event space will win the Table Wars title and a $50,000 cash prize. The series is slated to premiere in November 2021. After meeting at Pepperdine, Tamera married FOX News correspondent Adam Housley in May 2011, and they welcomed their first child Aden John Tanner Housley in November 2012, and their second child Ariah Talea Housley July 2015. They live in Napa Valley, where they oversee Century Oak Winery. Tamera and Adam also opened their own celebrated tasting room in the heart of Downtown Napa where they both can frequently be seen pouring their family wines for fans and visitors. Up next, they will be opening their own coffeehouse and coffee line called Barnhouse Napa Brews in Downtown Napa. They will have 6 brews of coffee at the shop, all of which are locally brewed and sourced and grown sustainably from all over the world. 90% of the food and products they’ll have for sale are women and minority-owned. The coffeehouse is set to open in early Fall 2021.

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