‘Soul Food’ Star Rockmond Dunbar Shares Baby Pics of His 4 Kids Looking like Quadruplets
Rockmond Dunbar recently shared a photo of his children, which highlighted the striking resemblance they shared as babies. The actor also shared some other adorable pictures of his gorgeous kids.
"Soul Food" actor, Rockmond Dunbar, took to Instagram on Sunday, where he commemorated the Father's Day celebration with some cute pictures of his children.
In the first Instagram post, Dunbar shared a black and white family picture that saw him holding his youngest son, Sultan, while the other kids appeared behind him alongside their mother.
Rockmond Dunbar arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Hulu's "The Path" season 2 held at Sundance Sunset Cinema on January 19, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
While adding a caption, Dunbar wished himself a happy father's day. He wrote, "Happy Father's Day!!! #??❤️?? #blackhomeschoolers"
"My four babies...LFT, to RT Berkeley, Cz., Pharaoh, and Sultan.... I absolutely LOVE being a father...Happy Father's Day!"
The adorable photos seemed to thrill fans who quickly took to the comments section shortly after Dunbar shared the posts. One user wrote, "Happy Father's Day. Beautiful family," while another sweetly added, "They are so cute.. Happy father's day rockmond❤️"
In addition to "The Mentalist," Dunbar has also appeared on shows such as "Sons of Anarchy," "Prison break" and "Soul Food."
Dunbar shares his kids with Maya Gilbert, whom he married in 2013 after dating her for less than a year. In December of that same year, the couple welcomed their first child and daughter, Berkeley Seon.
Taking to Twitter, Dunbar shared the news of their daughter's birth with a photo of the newborn's tiny fingers.
At the time of Berkeley's birth, Dunbar was starring as Dennis Abbott on the CBS's series, "The Mentalist," and on his return to the show's set, Dunbar's co-star had reportedly decorated his trailer with balloons and streamers.
In addition to "The Mentalist," Dunbar has also appeared on shows such as "Sons of Anarchy," "Prison break and "Soul Food."
He also revealed that he picked interest in acting when he was a senior in high school. According to Dunbar, his friend, Wesley Ballard, encouraged him to audition for a school play where he enjoyed recreating six characters on stage.