- Tasha and Sidra Smith are Black-American twin sisters
- Tasha is popular for her role in movies such as Why Did I Get Married?, Couples Retreat and Sidra is a producer and former model
- YEN.com.gh throws the spotlight on Hollywood's perfect pair
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When you have a sibling who connects with you, it makes the relationship less burdensome and twin sisters Tasha and Sidra Smith share that special bond.
Tasha is popular for her role in movies like Why Did I Get Married? and Couples Retreat.
The Camden, New Jersey native Sidra is a former model.
She moved to Paris when she turned 19 years old where she worked showrooms for a few months before landing in Italy.
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She began her career in casting by casting music videos for Dr. Dre in the early 90’s.
She moved to assisting on feature films. From there, she created Sidra Smith Casting that focused on ad campaigns and TV commercials.
Her debut feature film, ‘A Luv Tale’ (1999), won the Audience Award at the Hollywood Black Film Festival.
Sidra also produced the 2013 NAACP Image Award-winning documentary ‘Free Angela and All Political Prisoners.’
Sidra lived in Ghana for two years where she produced documentaries, 50 episodes of a Pan-African talk show.
She also created Gate Pass Entertainment, a New York-based event planning business to satisfy her love for helping people bring their ideas to life.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that after years of having to wait to celebrate their birthday, Lilylively Gh and her beautiful twin sister finally got to mark their leap birthday. In honour of their momentous occasion, Lilylively Gh shared admirable images of herself and her twin sister to mark their special day.
After 4 years of waiting, Lilylively Gh couldn’t wait to celebrate another pivotal day in their lives.
She shared gorgeous images of herself and twin sister to mark and immortalised their birthday. Lilylively Gh and her twin celebrated their leap birthday on Saturday February 29, 2020, and she took to a popular Facebook group to celebrate their day while urging members of the group to help them express thanks to God.
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