Shemar Moore of SWAT Says He Misses Late Mom Marylin Amid Quarantine
Irrespective of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Shemar Moore "SWAT" actor shared few details about himself during self-isolation. He posted a shirtless selfie and mentioned his deceased mom.
Shemar has joined the bandwagon of celebrities reaching out to their fans and sharing in house experiences.
The actor gave his audience online insight into his engagement amid quarantine. The jaw-dropping post showed Shemar's body bare from his waist to his neck.
In the upload, he donned a Red Sox cap, with dark-colored glasses and blue jeans. The "SWAT" star then commented on the situation of things and urged his fans to stay safe.
He lost his mother, Marilyn Wilson-Moore a few months ago, and while he's been busy in isolation, Shemar made it known that she's forever in his heart. According to his post:
"...Missing momma... yet fueling my soul for the rest of my journey... whenever they open the doors to get out there and SHOW OUT!!! In the meantime, much love to EVERYBODY... stay safe!!"
Lovers of the "Criminal Minds" star would recall how traumatic it was for him when he lost Marilyn in February. During the announcement of the tragedy via an Instagram post, the 50-year-old appeared emotional while he shared the devastating news with his fans.
Although, the "SWAT" star wasn't open about the cause of death; he once revealed that his mother suffered from heart disease and multiple sclerosis.
Shemar talked about how instrumental the deceased was to his success. Apart from expressing his heavy heart, the onscreen star pledged to pursue his dreams and make his mom prouder.
Both mother and son shared a close-knit relationship. Although, the "SWAT" star wasn't open about the cause of death; he once revealed that his mother suffered from heart disease and multiple sclerosis, but accepting that as reality was a Herculean task. He stated that:
"I was in denial." "I was like, 'Ma, take some aspirin. Get a good night's sleep. It'll go away.' I didn't want to accept it... she wasn't able to do a lot of things that she normally could do… It started to hit home."
Though his name is a combination of the first three letters of his parents' names, Sherrod and Marilyn, Shemar was single-handedly raised by his mother.
He has continued to prove himself worthy of being in the spotlight as the 50-year-old's incredible role interpretation in his features on the CBS series is outstanding and professional.
From "The Young & The Restless" to "Criminal Minds" to "SWAT" he continues to be a fan favorite. When he left "Criminal Minds" after season 14, the Hollywood star said he needed to "fuel" himself and was on the fence when asked about a possible return to the series.