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May 21, 2020

RonReaco Lee of 'Sister, Sister' Gushes over Wife Sheana and Their 2 Kids in a Post

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Star actor RonReaco Lee celebrated his wife for Mother's Day in a new post where he flaunted her and their lovely kids!

RonReaco Lee is a proud husband who happily gushed over his significant other in a Mother's Day post on Instagram.

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The "Sister Sister" star shared an endearing pic of his gorgeous wife, Sheana Lee, and their sons during an outing to the beach.

[RonReaco Lee] opened up on the worst moment in his profession. Lee explained that it was back in 2002 when he was working on the set of "Boston Public."

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In the enchanting photo, Sheana cuddled with her sons as they smiled and looked radiant for the camera. Her actor spouse wrote in his sweet caption:

"Happy Mother's Day to this beautiful woman right here! You've given me two amazing children, and I'll never be able to thank you enough…"

It is not hard to deduce that RonReaco is a loving dad and husband. On his Instagram page, the star dad makes sure to show off his family from time to time. One of his many posts shows the "Starz" actor and his loved ones smiling during an outing.

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TVOM shares that besides being known for "Sister Sister," RonReaco also acted in series like "Moesha," and moves like "The Shield," and "Monk" among others.

However, his most notable role was in "Survivor's Remorse." He also confirmed that the 2014 comedy series was his most rewarding movie project.

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In his acting career, Lee would like to add a biopic to his resume. Besides being in front of the cameras, the family man also has a keen interest in photography.

According to his IMDB profile, RonReaco was born in 1976, and he is a native of Decatur, Illinois. He and Sheana Freeman have been married since 2010.

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Once in an interview with Chicago Tribune, the TV star opened up on the worst moment in his profession. Lee explained that it was back in 2002 when he was working on the set of "Boston Public."

The venue was at Manhattan Beach in California, and he was new to the area. In the process of navigating and knowing his destination, the 43-year-old star got to the location late and had to give a public apology to the entire crew.

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