Jaimee Foxworth AKA Judy Winslow from 'Family Matters' Stuns at 40 as She Poses in Denim Outfit
Jaimee Foxworth, who rose to fame with her role as Judy Winslow in "Family Matters," posed in a denim outfit in a new Instagram post that left her fans drooling.
Jaimee Foxworth is serving some looks and her fans aren't complaining. The 40-year-old looked gorgeous as she rocked a denim outfit in an Instagram post.
In the photo, Foxworth's long mane cascaded down her shoulders while she gazed into the camera. Her soft pink lipstick matched the tone of her look.
As always, the actress lined her beautiful big eyes with eyeliner and flaunted her curled lashes. She had a light shade of eyeshadow that made her eyes stand out.
LIFE AFTER "FAMILY MATTERS"
After being written off of "Family Matters," Foxworth's life was not the same. In fact, her life has been a wild rollercoaster ride after exiting the show.
As she grew up, Foxworth turned to substance abuse and eventually ended up in the VH1 reality show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."
The show's producers decided to discontinue her part and chose not to develop her character after 4 seasons. The actress believes the decision had something to do with Jaleel White.
According to her, the growing popularity of "Family Matters" character Steven Q. Urkel played by White left little space and screen time for her, and ultimately, they decided to let her go.
As she grew up, Foxworth turned to substance abuse and eventually ended up in the VH1 reality show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew." However, her life turned around when she became a mother for the first time.
Foxworth and her then longtime boyfriend Michael Shaw welcomed their first child, Michael Douglas Shaw Jr, in 2009. She had been through a lot before welcoming her child, but she looked forward to a new life after his arrival.
WHY SHE MADE HEADLINES IN 2000
Nine years before she became a mother, Foxworth made headlines for doing adult movies under the screen name "Crave," a decision that made her complicated life all the more controversial.
When the cast of "Family Matters" reunited to star in Entertainment Weekly's cover in 2017, Foxworth was not even invited. She guessed that her past as an adult star might have been the reason why she was left out.