Sheryl Lee Ralph of 'Moesha' Is Now 63 and Looks Gorgeous with Bold Makeup in a Recent Photo
"Moesha" star Sheryl Lee Ralph sent her fans into a frenzy with her ageless looks after sharing a photo of herself following a makeup session on Instagram.
Sheryl Lee Ralph looks so young at 63 years old that it would not come as a surprise even if she revealed that the fountain of youth is not a myth and that she has discovered it.
The "Moesha" star looks a lot younger than her age and she proved it by sharing a glamorous picture of herself on Instagram after getting her makeup done.
Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph speaks onstage during the Viacom TCA Summer 2013 presentaton at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 26, 2013. | Source: Getty Images
Reminding the ladies that their dreams matter, the actress shared an inspirational message about chasing dreams in the caption. She wrote:
"Remember Divas, if you can see it and believe it, then you can become it! So receive it!"
Ralph was born on December 30, 1956, in Connecticut, United States. She is best known for her roles in "Moesha," "Instant Mom," and "Its A Living."
Many of her fans might not know it but she is one of the original Dreamgirls on Broadway.
Ralph did not always know that she would become an actress. She was a student of medicine at Rutgers University. She became the first woman to graduate from that college at 19 years old.
SHERYL'S IMPRESSIVE RESUME
In 1973, she won the title of Miss Black Teen-Age New York. A year after that, she was named the Best College Actress.
Many of her fans might not know it, but she is one of the original Dreamgirls on Broadway. She was nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actress (Musical) in 1982 for "Dreamgirls."
Earlier this year, Ralph directed a short named "Like, Comment, Subscribe" which was produced by Tressa Azarel Smallwood who teamed up with BET Networks for her BET Her initiative.
In 2019, the actress also starred in a CBS sitcom called "Fam" alongside Nina Dobrev, Tone Bell, Gary Cole, and Odessa Adlon. The comedy series was launched in January.
The show was canceled after merely one season. It ranked seventh among all the CBS comedies that season and even outranked "Murphy Brown" and "Happy Together."