Maia Campbell to appear on OWN’s ‘Fix My Life’

Maia Campbell to appear on OWN's 'Fix My Life'
Maia Campbell to appear on Fix My Life

Maia Campbell is scheduled to appear on Iyanla, ‘Fix My Life,’ in an episode titled ‘Fix My Fallen Star,’ on Saturday, Nov. 17, on the Oprah Winfrey Network (check your local listings).

Iyanla Vanzant will delve into the demons that led Campbell to leave Hollywood and land on the fast track to skid row.

Preview: “Fix My Celebrity Life”

Iyanla Vanzant heads to Los Angeles to support actress Maia Campbell, best known for her role as Tiffany on the sitcom In the House, starring LL Cool J. Through the years, Maia has struggled with addiction and was publicly humiliated when shocking videos of her hit the Internet.

Tune in Saturday, November 17, at 10/9c.

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