Remember Charmaine Brown from 'The Cosby Show'? She's now 53 & flaunted curvy body in bikini pic
Some people might not know who the actress that portrayed Charmaine Brown in “The Cosby Show” and “A Different World” is and what she is doing at the moment. Here are all that people need to know about her.
Her real name is Karen Malina White, and she is 53-year-old at the moment. Recently, she took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a black, blue, yellow, and pink bikini posing in what seemed to be a hotel room.
She was lifting her arms while flashing her big smile at the camera showing off her curvy and natural figure and her belly button piercing, which were the highlight of the post.
In the caption, White revealed that she was having some quality time with her family and added the hashtags “Work in Progress” and “Body Under Construction.”
THE ACTRESS’ PERSONAL LIFE
Even though most aspects of her life have not been shared, Live Ramp Up reported that she was in a seven-year-long relationship with actor and musician Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
Given the fact that they were together for several years, people started suggesting that they had secretly gotten married. The truth was completely different and White publicly denied those rumors.
The actress said: “I'm not married. People probably started saying that because we were in a relationship for seven and a half years.”
ENJOYING HER LIFE AS A SINGLE WOMAN
After breaking up with Warner, White has not been spotted with anybody else, which suggests that she is not planning to give love a second chance. After “The Cosby Show,” White took small roles in different projects.
The most recent one was Betty LeBow in the Disney Channel show “I Didn’t Do It,” and Carla in one episode of “How to Get Away with Murder.”
White was not the only member of “The Cosby Show” and, even though it’s been three decades since it first reached people’s TV screens, there are a couple of actors and actress who are somehow off the radar.
Sabrina Le Bauf is one of them. She portrayed Sondra Huxtable in the series and, after that, she focused her time on finishing college and starting her own interior design business. She would later appear in Broadway productions like “Nora and Delia Ephron's Love,” “Loss” and “What I Wore.”
Raven-Symone, who took the role of Olivia Kendall, later became a Disney Channel star for her show “That’s So Raven.”
After that, she worked as one of the hosts of The Real and, at the moment, she is starring a “That's So Raven” spinoff titled “Raven's Home.”