April 10, 2020
Hollywood star, Jaleel White, had a reflective message for the public in a recent social media share where he addressed the issue of helping the needy.
It is no news that many celebrities are joining the government in fighting against COVID-19 through donations and sensitization. And it is no different for former child star, Jaleel White, who has also been contributing his quota.
A MESSAGE FOR FANS
A new post shared by the "Family Matters" star on Instagram showed him posing with a group of people with their noses covered in facemasks while his caption held a thought-provoking message. In his address to the public, White said:
"There is no recovery without empathy. Just another grocery store run turned into an eye-opening moment for me today…"
The star emphasized the importance of rendering help to those in need as regards the pandemic. He addressed citizens of Los Angeles in particular while listing off the needs of different families and children.
Jaleel brought up his comical expertise in one of the animation's episodes as he joined "Mystery Inc."
FANS FOUND AN INSPIRATION
After White's fans came across the post on their timelines, they couldn't help the rush of emotions as they thanked the "Steve Urkel" star for his heart-warming message. Someone gushed, "Thank you for being the human that you are."
Hollywood icon, Arsenio Hall joined fans in praising the actor as he shared a thumbs-up emoji. More fans were appreciative of White's good gestures with their kind words.
WHITE'S TIME ON "FAMILY MATTERS"
As a child star, White stole the hearts of fans and became a TV favorite with his comic scenes from "Family Matters." It, however, turned out that years after the "Bones" actor stopped playing Steve Urkel on the sitcom, fans can't still get over his character.
During an interview with Fox News, the now 43-year-old star talked about the lasting impact of "Steve Urkel." Jaleel made it known that he still loved and cherished his childhood role as the hilarious teenager who tagged along with the fictional Winslow family.
However, fans got the opportunity to witness Urkel again after the star actor reprised his role in the Scooby-Doo series. Jaleel brought up his comical expertise in one of the animation's episodes as he joined "Mystery Inc."