Remember Shawn Harrison Who Played Waldo on 'Family Matters'? Check Out His New Hairstyle
90s star Shawn Harrison hasn't aged a day and in a recent social media share, the "Family Matters" alum showed off his new look.
Shawn Harrison gave fans doses of his dapper look in new Instagram uploads as he rocked a bald head and a ginger beard.
The outdoor snapshot had Harrison flashing a bright smile while his skin glistened in the sun. He rocked a fitted Black Lives Matter t-shirt that clung nicely to his upper body. Harrison had a safety message for fans in his caption:
"Everybody good? Stay safe out there #COVID-19 is not over. #HeHates #beardgang…"
Another upload showed an up-close photo of the actor who formerly kept his hair full smiling into the camera and showing off his shaved head.
Harrison, 46, gained recognition and became a TV favorite through "Family Matters." His acting credits also include movies like "Day by Day" and "Legion of Superheroes."
Harrison, a Hollywood star, is famous for his role as "Waldo" in the 1989 TV series, "Family Matters." EW reports the moment he recalled the day he nagged his goofy role as Waldo.
Harrison had auditioned for the second season of "Family Matters" for the part of "Willie Fuffner" but he wasn't picked. While on his way out, the show's director beckoned on him making it known he had another role for him.
The audition went well as Harrison delivered his script with the right amount of humor. He became a guest on "Family Matters" and with time, he bagged a regular appearance.
USA Today shares that during the magazine reunion of the "Family Matters" cast, Jaleel White shared a story similar to Harrison's.
He mentioned that he was trying to get out of the acting business when his manager picked him for the audition. White, who played the acclaimed role of Steve Urkel, got the part because of his braces. He explained in his interview:
"I just started kind of walking like a geek, and I was just like, 'Hi, nice to meet you.' I did the voice."
Although the cast of "Family Matters" got together for a magazine cover reunion, memories of the show will stay fresh in the minds of 90s TV fans.
According to IMDB, Harrison, 46, gained recognition and became a TV favorite through "Family Matters." His acting credits also include movies like "Day by Day" and "Legion of Superheroes."