Rudy Huxtable Has A NEW MAN . . . And He's NOT A Celebrity!! (Regular Guy)

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Actress Keisha Knight Pullium has a new man, and this time he's not a celebrity. Keisha was most recently in the news after being impregnated and then dumped by former Atlanta Housewife star Ed Hartwell.

Before dating Ed, Keisha was in a long-term relationship with radio legend Big Tigga. That relationship ended abruptly, when Keisha asked to get married.

Now Keisha is trying something new. Her new man isn't famous, or rich. But the two of them have a real GENUINE love and respect for each other. And in the end, that's what counts most of all.

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In 1986, Knight Pulliam became the youngest actress to be nominated for an Emmy Award, receiving a nomination at age six for Outstanding Supporting Actress in A Comedy Series. 

She made her professional debut at nine months old, in a national print advertisement for Johnson & Johnson baby products. She continued working, appearing in television commercials and TV shows, and making her feature-film debut[2] in The Last Dragon (1985).

At age three, she played Keshia on Sesame Street. She also appeared in the movies "Polly" and its sequel "Polly Comin' Home" with Phylicia Rashad. She is ranked at No. 19 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars".

Knight Pulliam won a celebrity version of Fear Factor in September 2002. She also won a celebrity version of The Weakest Link, and participated in Celebrity Mole 2: Yucatan. 

In 2004, she appeared in Chingy's music video for "One Call Away". In 2005, she played Darnelle in Beauty Shop with Queen Latifah. Knight Pulliam performed in Donald Gray's play The Man of Her Dreams in the fall of 2006 in St. Louis. 

In 2008, she joined the cast of Tyler Perry's House of Payne as Miranda, the new wife of Calvin Payne. The role earned her the 2009 and 2010 NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. In 2009, she played Candace "Candy" Washington in the film Madea Goes to Jail.[5] Knight Pulliam appeared in Tank's 2010 music video for his cover of "I Can't Make You Love Me", playing his love interest.