Famous Guests Who Have Appeared On Judge Faith

Famous Guests Who Have Appeared On Judge Faith
By Doug Poe

As if seeing my Cincinnati Bearcats ranked in the top ten in nearly every major preseason poll were not enough, my thirst for the start of the college basketball season was exacerbated last week by a daytime TV series totally unrelated to the sport. In the court room during an episode of Judge Mathis sat Tom Izzo, the well-known championship winning basketball coach of the Michigan State Spartans.

Since Judge Mathis frequently mentions his upbringing in Detroit, it was not all that surprising that he would be acquainted with Izzo. The two men obviously share a sense of loyalty to the Great Lakes State, Mathis because of his roots and Izzo due to a storied coaching career that has included perennial appearances in the Sweet Sixteen in March.

A few weeks before Izzo had attended Matthis’s show in Chicago, another famous college basketball personality had appeared as a guest in an episode of Judge Faith. Invited guest Jim Jackson was a standout who played fourteen seasons in the NBA after starring for the Ohio State University Buckeyes in college and honored as that state’s high school basketball player of the year in Toledo in 1989.

When it comes to TV judges, Judy is probably the most well-known. In terms of having the most recognizable guests, however, none can top Judge Faith. Here are five other prominent celebrities who have appeared on her show over the years.

Johnny Wimbrey

He is a motivational Speaker who currently has his own podcast. He is also an acclaimed author, whose book From the Hood To Doing Good has become a best-seller.

Kool Moe Dee

The first Rapper to appear on the Grammy Awards, Kool Moe Dee also sang on Will Smith’s number one hit “Wild Wild West.” He has also hosted a talk show called Behind the Rhyme.

Aaron Lindsay

One of the most well-known producers in the world of gospel music, Lindsey has recently been hired as a vice president of Motown records.

Angela Christie Stevens

She is the star of the popular reality TV series called L.A.Hair, where she does styling for celebrities such as actress Keke Palmer and multiple Grammy winning singer Rihanna. She most recently started her own You Tube channel dedicated to hair styles.

Yung Joc

A rapper who has been nominated for two Grammy Awards during his career, Yung Joc is currently starring in the hit series Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta.

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