Remember actor Clifton Powell? At 62 he has 2 adult kids & is dating a much younger woman
Clifton Powell, the actor best known for his role in “Ray,” has never stopped working in the entertainment industry. At 62, he is dating a much younger lady.
With credits in more than 100 projects, Clifton is often considered one of the most underrated actors of this era. Not only he played Ray Charles’ right hand, Jeff Brown, in “Ray,” but also Pinky in “Next Friday” and “Friday After Next,” proving how diverse he can be.
As I Love Old School Music reported, Clifton is still reportedly married to the mother of his two children, Kimberly Powell. However, they are no longer in a relationship as he has been dating Kita B. for a while now.
Kita B. is an artist whose career is expected to skyrocket after the biopic “American Soul” premieres in February 2019. “Joyce” will be her first major role as an actress. Even though her age is a mystery, she is much younger than Clifton.
During his relationship with Kimberly, the actor had two children. One of them is May, 25, who joined her father on red-carpet events several times when she was younger.
The lady is an aspiring model who has the full support of her famous father as he has urged his followers to check on Maya’s work in front of the cameras. Clifton’s second child is Clifton Jr., 21.
They have a very close relationship, and they are not shy to share their father-and-son moments on social media. One of the videos on Instagram showed them fighting with boxing gloves.
Even though the Junior evidently beat his father, Clifton kept saying that his son couldn’t hit him. In another clip, the actor encouraged his son to dance in a public bathroom, and he did it in the most enthusiastic way.
One of the best aspects of Powells, though, is that they love each other as they have posed together proving how a beautiful blended family they have.
At 62 years of age, Clifton is working in the soap opera “Saints & Sinners.” Apart from that, he has taken small roles in projects like “Tales,” “Black Lightning,” “Hawaii Five-O,” and “Misguided Behavior.”