Before his 2017 death, Charles Quinton “Charlie” Murphy, couldn’t stop talking about the love of his life, Tisha.
Murphy was born in Brooklyn and raised by his mother and stepfather after his birth father left the family and was later stabbed to death.
After serving in the United States Navy, he began a career as a comedian, often sharing the spotlight with his superstar younger brother whose career took off, just as his was beginning.
Charlie Murphy made his feature-film debut alongside Eddie in 1989’s “Harlem Nights,” then went on to appear in “CB4″ and “Night at the Museum.”
Murphy’s greatest success, however, came with