Kellie S. Williams recently thrilled her fans with a picture of her son John Ervin on her Instagram page. Her fans were in awe by how much the mother and son looked alike.
Kellie S. Williams Jackson who is popularly known as Laura on the "Family Matters" series recently posted a picture of her look-alike son, John Ervin on Instagram. In the post, Kellie seemed happy fulfilling her role as a mother as she captioned the post,
"It is easier to build stronger children than to repair broken men - Frederick Douglass. My Love! #blackboyjoy #love #family."
Kellie Williams and the "Family Matters" cast in 1996 | Source: Getty Images
John looked bright as always as he donned a white shirt, a grey monkey jacket alongside dotted black bow-tie. The 8-year-old son complimented the good looks with a curly black hair and a sweet smile.
Fans have been quick to liking the picture which now have over eight thousand likes as well as commenting on the mother-son resemblance.
A fourth fan wrote, "He kinda has your face," while a fifth fan stated the resemblance calling the duo twins. Other fans who couldn't express their thoughts in words sent in an endless list of emojis.
According to Black Doctor, Kellie kicked-off her acting career as a kid when she joined Howard University Children's Theatre.
At the time, she showed her expertise via adverts and roles in movies like "Butterfingers Angel," and "Goin' Home."
Shortly after her dad recorded a home video of Kellie, she got the role of "Laura Lee Winslow" on the ABC/CBS television series "Family Matters."
After "Family Matters," Kellie advanced her career as an actress and producer, but her most rewarding role these days is that of a devoted family woman.
On the other hand, Kellie created the Kellie Williams Program with partner Shelvee Cassey. The after-school program provided kids with an opportunity to learn the technical aspects of producing commercials and interviews for television shows.
Kellie Williams continues to speak with kid groups on a long list of subjects, one of which is "Peer Pressure and How to Achieve Greatness in the Entertainment Industry."