Anne-Marie Johnson had a privileged upbringing in Los Angeles and then struck TV sitcom gold via Girlfriends and the syndicated What's Happening Now. She played Althea Tibbs, wife of Virgil Tibbs, on In the Heat of the Night from 1988 to 1993 and appeared in Robert Townsend's sleeper hit Hollywood Shuffle (1987). Anne-Marie's funny side came out in a big way when she worked with Keenen Ivory Wayans in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988) and on the series In Living Color. In 1990 she even appeared briefly in the buff as a genetically engineered athlete in the sci-fi flick Robot Jox. Anne-Marie will please your johnson.