BernNadette Stanis from 'Good Times' Stuns Posing with Her 2 Daughters in Halloween Costumes
BernNadette Stanis stunned in a lovely Halloween costume along with her two beautiful daughters. The trio was seen rocking the outfits in style in a series of Instagram posts.
American actress BernNadette Stanis posted several photos and videos on her Instagram feed that showed her and her two beautiful daughters rocking their stylish Halloween costumes.
In one of the videos, the actress was sitting on an animal print chair with her legs regally crossed. She was clad in a hot black netted body-hugging number and a large black cape with purple lining. She completed the look with a pointy witch hat, black boots, and dark makeup.
Stanis' daughters, on the other hand, showed off their stunning curves in jaw-dropping hot outfits. Standing to her left, one of them was dressed in a sleeveless black low-necked corset and a short red frilly skirt. Her face and hair were intricately made up to match her outfit completed by large gold accessories.
Her other daughter was clad in a hot shiny bright red bodysuit with black netted pantyhose. She combined the costume with matching red gloves, red devil horns, and a pitchfork. Her face was perfectly made up, and she donned a shoulder-length wine-colored wig.
This is not the first time the actress is dazzling her fans with stunning Halloween pictures of her beautiful daughters. In 2017, she posted lovely photos of the two girls dressed in shimmery mermaid costumes.
Stanis' remarkable role set her apart and turned her into the epitome of Black beauty back in the day.
Besides being a doting mother, Stanis is also known for her outstanding career in the Hollywood entertainment scene. She started acting while still a high school student and later enrolled in the Julliard School of Performing Arts.
The star also took part in the Miss New York beauty pageant, and after she earned the title, she was discovered by a director who told her about the CBS sitcom "Good Times," which was in development at the time.
Eventually, she joined the show's cast and became famous for playing the role of Thelma, the chippy daughter of the Evans family. The show, which aired from 1974-1979 on CBS, told the story of the highs and lows of a black American family in Chicago.
Stanis' remarkable role set her apart and turned her into the epitome of Black beauty back in the day. Her progress proved wrong the stereotype that Black people from the ghetto could not attain success in society.
Years later, the star has continued to grace the TV screens. She featured in the second season of the comedy series "Black Jesus" and in the 2016 movie, "36 Hour Layover."
She also received much acclaim for her book, "Situations 101: Relationships, The Good, The Bad…and The Ugly." In many ways, Stanis has proven to the world that she is not one to back down despite time and age.