May 23, 2020
TV Star BernNadette Stanis took her followers on a trip down memory lane as she recently shared a throwback picture, in which she wore a beautiful, stylish dress and dangling earrings.
Throwback pictures have a unique way of recalling memories, which may have been forgotten while giving others a rare glimpse into the past. Thursdays are dedicated to the sharing of these rare pictures, and over the years, many celebrities have jumped on this trend.
A few hours ago, "Good Times" actress BernNadette Stanis shared a beautiful throwback picture. The talented actress took to her Instagram page to share a series of stunning throwback pictures of her wearing an embellished purple dress with a stylish matching jacket. She completed the timeless look with sparkling dangling earrings. The actress wrote in the caption:
"TBT #throwbackthursday #thelmaofgoodtimes #bernnadettestanis #newyork #california #losangeles #chicago #hollywood #entertainment #goodtimesthelma"
BernNadette Stanis is best known for her role as "Thelma Ann Evans–Anderson" on the popular sitcom "Good Times," which aired on CBS between 1974 to 1979.
In 2018, the beautiful actress caught up with her "Good Times" co-star Janet Jackson at the Essence Fest, which took place in New Orleans and had the music star as one of it's performing acts.
The iconic actress also opened up about how her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Jackson closed the Festival with an array of her hit songs and gave a special tribute to her late father, Joe Jackson. After her performance, the singer reunited with BernNadette, who came along with her daughter, and the trio posed for a picture.
Earlier this year, BernNadette joined other "Good Times" co-stars and crew members, including Janet Jackson, to pay tribute to their late co-star, Ja'Net Dubois. The 66-year-old actress shared a video in which she said:
"Rest In Peace Ja'Net DuBois. We had so many wonderful memories on Good Times,"
Apart from her acting career, the veteran actress also delved into teaching in 2013. The actress joined Miles College as a Professor in Residence, where she worked with Miles Performing Arts students.
BernNadette is also an author and has written a couple of books, which include "Situations 101: Relationships, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly," "For Men Only," "Situations 101: Finances," and "The Last Night."
In her book "The Last Night," BernNadette paid tribute to her parents and detailed her relationship with them. The iconic actress also opened up about how her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and how it affected the family.
The mother of two has enjoyed an illustrious career spanning several decades, and she continues to make a meaningful impact both on and off-screen to date.