ShowBizzBuzz: Tammy Dahlstrom is Undercover in “Marriage of Inconvenience”

3 min readApr 7, 2023
Tammy Dahlstrom (photographer: Joanna DeGeneres)

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Actress Tammy Dahlstrom, who emerges as an undercover U.S. Marshall in the new Dekkoo original comedy series, Marriage of Inconvenience, launching on the streaming subscription service on April 6, 2023.

Tammy Dahlstrom and David Singletary in ‘Marriage of Inconvenience’ (courtesy: My Pet Hippo Prods)

What is the premise of Marriage of Inconvenience?

Described as a 21st century gay version of The Odd Couple, the series follows two strangers who enter a witness protection program and must pretend to be happily married in order to hide their identities from the dangerous people who want them dead.

Diane (Tammy Dahlstrom) is the undercover U.S. Marshall tasked with keeping Owen (Jason T. Gaffney) and Franklin (David Allen Singletary) from getting killed by the bad guys — or each other.

What does Tammy Dahlstrom have to say about Diane?

“I loved the idea of stepping into the role of a U.S. Marshall working undercover — that’s something I’ve never had the opportunity to do before. The fact that it’s a comedy, allowed me to raise the stakes even higher for Diane, which only adds to the absurdity and chaos of the situation. She looks like a soccer mom but is far from the nurturing type. She has a no excuses policy and takes no B.S. from Owen or Franklin. And at times, I think Diane would almost like to kill these guys herself!”

Tammy Dahlstrom as Diane in ‘Marriage of Inconvenience’ (courtesy: My Pet Hippo Prods)

Where else have we seen Tammy Dahlstrom?

Fans will recognize Tammy from her recurring role as the farmer-turned-frontiers woman ‘Martha’ alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi in Season 3 of the TBS comedy, “Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail.” She also recurred as the uber-assistant ‘Gloria’ in HBO’s, “Silicon Valley” and notably appeared on “Life in Pieces,” “Criminal Minds,” “Just Add Magic,” “The Middle,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Monk,” and many others. Her film credits include John Asher’s autism drama “A Boy Called Po,” Janet Craig’s human trafficking drama “Wake Up,” and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Dave Barry’s relationship comedy, “Complete Guide to Guys.”

When did Tammy Dahlstrom start acting?

Tammy got her start as a commercial kid at the age of three when she was on the box of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and starred in the commercial. She found continued success in commercials and has appeared in over 100 national and regional spots to date.

Want a fun fact about Tammy Dahlstrom?

During football season, this Los Angeles area native head back to her alma mater USC for game days to cheer her Trojan team to victory. We hear she’s a big tailgater!

How can you keep up with Tammy Dahlstrom?

Find her on social media
Instagram: @TammyDahlstrom
Twitter: @TamyDahlstrom
Facebook: /Tammy.Dahlstrom

Click and watch: Official Trailer for “Marriage of Inconvenience”




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