Watch Jaleel White's Tribute With TBT Stadium Pics for the Los Angeles Dodgers After Their Win
"Family Matters" star Jaleel White shared a touching Instagram post dedicated to the Los Angeles Dodgers which recently won the World Series Championship.
Actor Jaleel White took to Instagram to pay tribute to the Los Angeles Dodgers following their World Series championship win on Tuesday night. White shared a series of throwback images featuring him and his daughter Samaya in the Dodgers stadium.
The series featured a slideshow of the father-daughter duo and a photo of White striking a pose with two other Dodgers' fans who rocked the team's baseball hat and jacket.
There was also a photo of Samaya rocking the Dodgers' jersey while flashing an adorable smile at the camera. White accompanied the post with a caption where he congratulated the baseball team.
He added that the pictures reminded him of his daughter's childhood, which he described as real and epic memories. The actor also wrote that he would never take being able to gather at the stadium for granted. He concluded by writing:
"Prayers to us all, we will fill Dodger Stadium once again in 2021. But these 2020 @dodgers are CHAMPIONS BABYYYYYYY."
White's tribute garnered attention from several fans and followers who took to the comments section to leave their thoughts about the post. While some joined him in congratulating the Dodgers, other fans could not help but point out the striking resemblance between the actor and his daughter.
White's recent post is not the first time he is sharing pictures of Samaya on his Instagram. The actor frequently gives fans a glimpse of their bonding moments.
The actor recalled an episode titled "Grandmama" that had the guest appearance of NBA legend Larry Johnson.
White is most famous for his role as Steve Urkel in the 1989 sitcom "Family Matters." When the show premiered, he was only a child actor, and as expected, this came with some challenges.
Earlier this month, White launched a podcast "Ever After," where he hopes to take listeners into the lives of former child actors like himself and how they have transitioned into adulthood.
Also, White's podcast hopes to celebrate the concept of perseverance and what it means to keep doing what one loves despite obstacles that may arise.
Speaking to Today about the podcast, White opened up about some personal challenges he faced after "Family Matters" came to an end and the lessons he learned from the experiences.
He also opened up about some of his favorite moments from "Family Matters." The actor recalled an episode titled "Grandmama" that had the guest appearance of NBA legend Larry Johnson. White proudly noted that he wrote the episode and added that it was his first time writing a story for any movie or television show.
It has been years since "Family Matters" came to an end, but it appears White continues to relive his time on the show, which launched him into a world of fame.