J.'s parents, but in its current format, Calvin is their son and C. At the beginning of the fifth season, China Anne Mc Clain (Jazmine) and Denise Burse (Claretha) were removed from the series.The characters were written out, with Jazmine going away to a school for gifted children in North Carolina and Claretha marrying a prince and moving away.J.'s parents, but in its televised format, Calvin is their son and C. The show was recorded in front of a live studio audience but sometimes used a laugh track.At the beginning of the fifth season, China Anne Mc Clain (Jazmine) and Denise Burse (Claretha) were removed from the series.Tyler Perry's House of Payne is an American sitcom television series created and produced by playwright, director, and producer Tyler Perry.
In the beginning of Season 6, both Mc Clain and Burse have returned. Denise Burse is no longer credited as a regular cast member. Larramie "Doc" Shaw, who portrays Malik, has appeared infrequently since the sixth season.Some of the cast members of Tyler Perry's House of Payne were on The Mo'Nique Show in October 2009. Larramie "Doc" Shaw, who portrayed Malik, appeared infrequently after the sixth season.Beginning with the seventh season, China Anne Mc Clain appeared infrequently due to her work schedule for A. This was due to Shaw's work schedules for The Suite Life on Deck and Pair of Kings. Tyler Perry directed every episode of the first 5 seasons.The original format of the series centred around C. (Allen Payne) and his family moving in with his Aunt Ella and Uncle Curtis (Cassi Davis and La Van Davis). Rochelle Aytes originally portrayed as Nicole Jamieson in the test pilot episodes; whereas she was Malik's math teacher.
Robinne Lee had a recurring guest stint in Season 1-2 as Malik and Jazmine's principal, Nicole Jamieson, whom C. In the test run, Ella and Curtis were originally C. Despite his top billing, Allen Payne is not considered to be the main actor of the series, especially due to his long absence in the fifth season.Throughout Season 6, each episode was directed by actress Kim Fields or her mother Chip Hurd.