Marla Gibbs' grown daughter stuns with her curly natural hair & sleeveless print outfit in pic
Marla Gibbs' grown daughter Angela Gibbs has made a name for herself after growing up with a famous mother, and recently shared a photo on Instagram showing off her curly natural hair and sleeveless printed outfit.
Marla Gibbs' children have followed in her footsteps into the entertainment industry, as they have decided to pursue their own careers in the field. The veteran actress, who was known for being in the CBS sitcom "The Jeffersons" as Florence Johnston, a fun and brave maid who often talked back, her daughter Angela Gibbs decided a job behind-the-scenes, becoming a known writer and director.
Recently, Angela shared a selfie of herself looking all made up. She shared one of her most recent experiences while filming a show, saying that regardless of what happens on set, they continue to work and film despite all odds.
This particular experience, however, has been one of the toughest, as they faced heavy rain and a windstorm. This caused them to wait it out on their own trailers, before heading back outside to continue what they've started.
"And we don’t stop... #setlife It has rained, we had a wind storm and then we waited... now we r back outside. #albuquerque weather - got some beautiful shots! #icoach #iact #ilovewhatido"
No matter what hindrance comes her way, Angela is determined to finish strong because she loves her job. Instead of thinking of the weather as a major inconvenience, she chose to see the bright side of things and realized that the post-rain has made them get some beautiful shorts for their upcoming project.
While waiting for the storm to subside, she chose to take a selfie, showing off her minimal makeup look, which only featured a bright pink lip. Her curly hair was left freely on her head, while she donned a printed blue, white, and black sleeveless top and dangling earrings.
From Marla's three children, it is only Angela who followed in her footsteps to become part of the entertainment industry. Prior to becoming a director, she also has acting credits in numerous films, even winning two NAACP Image Awards for her theatrical productions "Checkmates" and "The Meeting".