Have you wondered what ever happened to the three adorable child actors who played Bernie Mac's precocious nieces and nephew on The Bernie Mac Show? Wait until you see what they look like now!
The sitcom aired on Fox TV for five seasons from November 14, 2001, to April 14, 2006. The series featured Bernie as himself raising his fictional wife Wanda's sister's three kids: Jordan (Jeremy Suarez), Bryana (Dee Dee Davis), and Vanessa (Camille Winbush). Wanda was played by Kellita Smith.
The series was inspired by a skit in Bernie's standup comedy routine about his sister's children. In real life, Mac was married with one daughter.
Sadly, Bernie "Mac" McCullough died of a respiratory illness in 2008 at age 50.
According to Camilla's Instagram page, the three young actors are "Up to something." She didn't specify what they have in store for their fans.
Camilla, 29, has earned her three Image Awards and a Young Artist Award, and she currently plays Lauren Treacy, a recurring character in The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Jeremy, 28, who is Black and Puerto Rican, voices characters in animated films. He got married in November 2017 to his wife Maria.
Dee Dee, 23, recently graduated from Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.