See How Mesmerizing Tichina Arnold Is as She Looks Back & Flaunts Her Figure in a Red Dress
Tichina Arnold put up a mesmerizing look for her Instagram followers in her latest media update which showed her twirling and flaunting her hairstyle to the delight of fans.
Tichina Arnold's refreshing upload on Instagram had her displaying her evergreen beauty in a slowed clip as she rocked a top-tier glam.
The star actress looked gorgeous as fans teemed with admiration. She also had a strong message for them in her caption.
ARNOLD ROCKED AN ICONIC FIT
The actress' flawless skin glistened in the sun as she was filmed up-close. She brought out her showbiz side and presented a piercing and sultry look for the camera.
Her face was done up in glowing makeup while she gave fans a view of her waist-length straight hair. She captioned:
"I swear to goodness, I'm gonna LOOK BACK at this year #2020 like… Walk in your power without fear or hesitation. Get #firedup…"
Arnold's alluring look included a sparkly adornment for her hair, shiny stud earrings, and a red dress that flattered her generous curves.
The Hollywood star matched her red dress with an arm bracelet as she continued her show off by sauntering off. Fans were captivated and they gushed over her.
The duo seems close as they often share fun times and show off on social media.
ARNOLD IN "THE NEIGHBORHOOD"
The seasoned actress plays a recurring role on CBS's "The Neighborhood." Since 2018, she has played the part of a matriarch, Tina Butler, in the sitcom.
The plot centers on a white family, the Johnsons, who move into a Black neighborhood and try to get their next-door neighbor's approval.
Speaking about the idea behind the sitcom, Arnold made it known that the show points out the cultural differences between races in a comic manner. The star actress stated that comedy was ideal for teaching people about each other's different histories.
FACTS ABOUT ARNOLD
The New York native born in Queens attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and the Performing Arts. She launched her career with series like "Martin," and "All My Children."
Her stint on "Martin," earned her a 1996 NAACP Image Award for Supporting Actress. In 2006, she copped another NAACP accolade for her role in "Everybody Hates Chris."
The 51-year-old TV star is the recipient of numerous awards and her acting credits include films like "The Lena Baker Story," "Little Shop of Horrors," and "Wild Hogs." She also lent her voice in "The Boondocks."