Ken Lawson of 'The Parkers' Is 44 Now and Looks Amazing
Ken Lawson showed off his good looks in some pictures that he shared on social media recently.
Ken Lawson gained fame as Thaddeus "T" Tyrell Radcliffe on the comedy sitcom, "The Parkers," and since then, the actor has remained in the public eye.
Not only is Ken a 44-year-old celebrity, but he has also ensured that he showed off how good the age was treating him through social media posts.
[Mo'Nique] also released her book, "Skinny Women Are Evil: Notes of a Big Girl in a Small-Minded World," which quickly became a best seller.
In one image he shared in December 2019, the actor looked at peace while at The Bounce Trumpet Awards, which he attended with a woman many have assumed is his partner.
Ken had previously uploaded an image from a party that was held in celebration of his brother's birthday. The actor gave fans a more extended look at his youthful face in a post that came with the words, headshot and actor's life, hashtagged.
His fans showed their appreciation for each post with thousands of likes and hundreds of comments that focused on how good looking he still looked.
As for his other "The Parkers" co-stars, Black America Web noted that Countess Vaughn seemed to be in a better place following her struggles since her days on "Moesha" and "The Parkers" as Kim Parker.
In 2006, the actress featured in the third season of Vh1's "Celebrity Fit Club," where fans got to see her go through a heartfelt divorce.
In addition to being an actress and comedian, she also released her book, "Skinny Women Are Evil: Notes of a Big Girl in a Small-Minded World," which quickly became a best seller.
As for Ken, after he took a break from acting, IMDB documented that Ken returned to the scene with appearances in movies and on TV such as "Malibu's Most Wanted," "Steppin': The Movie," "Jaded Confessions," and "The Learning Curve."
Later in 2016, The Hype Magazine revealed that Ken was joining the cast of "In the Cut" as the long lost son of the show's character, Jay – played by Dorien Wilson.
Soon after that report, the pair appeared on AfterBuzz TV where they talked about how it felt to be working together again years after they acted alongside each other on "The Parkers."