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April 08, 2020

Jaleel White of 'Family Matters' Shows Daughter Samaya's Huge Stack of Board Games in a Photo

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At a time when many are bored out of their minds, Jaleel shows off all his daughter’s board games that she has never played.

Since the announcement of the stay-at-home order, many parents have sought ways to keep themselves and their children engaged.

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For someone who enjoys spending time with his look-alike daughter, Jaleel is not excluded from this list. The Former Child Star recently posted an Instagram photo featuring him, his daughter, and her many board games.

Jaleel and his mother featured in the “The Parent Trip,” a U.S. adaptation of the Emmy Award-winning series “50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy.”

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The post caption, “This lil girl got alllllll these damn games over here and don’t play none of em” with the hashtag “HolyMolyCoronaCleanUp” prompted a few of his followers to request for some of the Board Games politely.

This photo is, however, not the first preview into the father and daughter's activities. White is quite famous for spending a lot of time with his daughter, Samaya, who he continually shows off on his Instagram page.

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In fact, in a recent Essence article, the actor from the 90s sitcom Family Matters, was said to be “crushing fatherhood on the daily.”

The article was a compilation of cute and adorable moments of the pair. Many of which involved eating together. The actor’s sense of family hood might be traced to his relationship with his mother.

Jaleel and his mother featured in the “The Parent Trip,” a U.S. adaptation of the Emmy Award-winning series “50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy.”

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The show pairs thrill-seeking celebrities and their parents, giving them a bucket list of adventures to accomplish. The duos’ episode, which aired on 3rd October 2019, was shot in New Mexico. 

In an interview with Fox News, the actor described the trip as an opportunity that allowed them to bond incredibly. 

He also mentioned that his mother was a breast cancer survivor and confessed that “this gave me {Jaleel White} a chance to get a redo of how I should spend my time with her during these years.”

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Another thing Jaleel has also had the opportunity to redo was the reappearance of his career-defining role as the popular nerd, Steve Urkel, in an episode of Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?

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