April 12, 2019

Remember the Kids in '90s Sitcom 'The Parent'Hood'? They Just Had Mini-Reunion in Heartwarming Pic

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Three actors from one of our favorite 90s sitcom "The Parent'Hood" reunited. We can't help but feel some nostalgia as we remember how little they were in the show. 

Reagan Gomez-Preston, Curtis Williams, and Ashli Adams reunited in early 2019 and shared the amazing picture which also served to announce the big news that Amari is pregnant with child. 

That's right, Zara, Nicholas, and Ceci are all grown up and starting their own families. The picture showed the three in a warm embrace with Adams standing in the middle. 


The heavily pregnant former actress wore a low-cut baby pink dress and had two ribbons stuck to each side of her chest. Gomez-Preston wore a mustard sweater while Williams donned a grey t-shirt and a pair of sunglasses. 

In the caption, Preston-Gomez wrote: 

"Yes. You are that old. 5 points if you can figure out who these gorgeous people are. Sooooo happy for you @ashliamari & it was awesome seeing you @mrcurtiswilliams!!" 


The three starred in WB's "Parent'Hood" for five seasons from 1995 to 1999. They were siblings on the show, and Preston-Gomez found it fit to post the picture in celebration of national siblings day which she hashtagged in the caption. 

"Parent'Hood" focused on an upper-middle-class family living in Harlem. Robert Townsend played the main role as the father alongside his wife, played by Suzanne Douglas. Kenn Blank and Tyrone Dorzell Burton were also featured as kids on the show.



This will be Adams' first child. Preston-Gomez is married to model DeWayne Turrentine and has two children of her own, Scarlett Annette Turrentine, 11, and son Tyger Attila Turrentine, seven. 

The little ones look a lot like their beautiful mom who also works as a producer and director. Since leaving the show, Preston-Gomez did voice work on "Steven Universe" and worked on "Queen Sugar." She also produced and starred in a web series titled "Surviving." 

Meanwhile, Williams hasn't been seen on the big screen since guest starring on Disney's "That's So Raven" back in 2007. As for Adams, she was in 1995's "Baby Geniuses" and then in the 2000s series "Girlfriends."