Tina Yothers (born May 5, 1973 in Whittier, California) was an American child actress.
Tina Yothers began her acting career in commercials at age 3. Her most famous role was that of Jennifer Keaton, the youngest daughter in the television comedy Family Ties from 1982 to 1989.
She wrote the book Being Your Best: Tina Yothers's Guide for Girls and formed the band Jaded with her brother Cory. Tina provided the lead vocals while Cory played keyboard.
After a 9-year absence from acting, Tina was given the lead role in "Lovelace the Musical," a 2004 stage show based on the life of former adult film star Linda Lovelace.