Right from the outset of her career, actress Wendy Raquel Robinson established herself as an appealing figure in the realm of sitcoms with predominately African-American casts. After guest starring on episodes of "Martin," "Thea," and "The Sinbad Show" in 1993, Robinson co-starred on comedian Rondell Sheridan's short-lived child-psychology sitcom "Minor Adjustments." A year later, she landed the role of the sassy but loving Principal Regina 'Piggy' Greer on the celebrated "The Steve Harvey Show." While on the series, Robinson maximized her popularity by appearing in such feature films as Jerry Springer's "Ringmaster," Sandra Bullock's "Miss Congeniality," and Vivica A. Fox's "Two Can Play That Game." In addition to guest starring on the Mo'Nique-headlining sitcom "The Parkers" and the Will-Smith-produced family comedy "All of Us," Robinson parlayed her one-episode role on the hit series "Girlfriends "into a starring gig on "The Game," a comedy-drama about the significant others of professional football players.