Countess Vaughn of ‘Moesha’ and ’The Parkers’ Looks like Younger Version of Herself at 41
"Moesha" star, Countess Vaughn, is no longer the young teenage girl who tagged along her BFF, Moesha. Even though the child star is now 41, she hasn't aged a day!
Hollywood Star, Countess Vaughn was a TV favorite in the '90s who was known for her role as Kimberly Parker in "Moesha" and its spin-off "The Parkers." Vaughn had fans captivated with her wittiness and comic style of acting.
These days, however, the former child star is a mom-of-two, with her television days behind her. Although she is in her 40's, the actress remains youthful and hasn't aged a day.
In the years that followed after Vaughn stopped being on "Moesha" and "The Parkers," the actress and singer faced some turbulent moments, especially in her relationship.
She keeps up with her fans on her Instagram where she regularly shares lovely photos of herself and updates about events in her life. Fans, in turn, never cease to show their love and support of the Hollywood actress.
Daily Mail shares that in the years that followed after Vaughn stopped being on "Moesha" and "The Parkers," the actress and singer faced some turbulent moments, especially in her relationship.
One such time was when the star opened up about her abusive relationship with her longtime boyfriend, David Benjamin Whitten.
According to her, Whitten had been an abuser for over 10 years of their relationship. Vaughn revealed that David once threw bleach in her face to twat her on-screen career.
She explained that he was insecure about her showbiz career and this lead to both physical and emotional abuse.
However, all that came to an end when TMZ reported that the TV star got a protective order from a judge in Los Angeles while David was ordered to stay at least 100 yards from the celebrity and her children.
ESSENCE reveals that Vaughn always keeps it real when it came to different happenings in her life including her struggles with her weight and her physical appearance.
Once on Instagram, Countess shared a video of her and her young daughter while informing fans that she was struggling with vitiligo.
In the clip, some skin discoloration could be seen but the "Kimberly Parker" actress seemed to have no issues with the skin condition as she wrote in her caption, “Loving me regardless of my skin Situation.”
Black Doctor also notes a time when the star shared her struggles with hair loss and what had caused it.
According to her, the continued use of wigs and wig glues damaged her hair and led to severe pain. At a point, the skin around her ears was badly infected.
Countess said she had to visit a dermatologist who revealed that she was allergic to the glue.
She, however, looked on to the brighter side and used the situation to teach her children self-esteem lessons.