"Roots" star LeVar Burton’s cosplaying daughter, Mica Burton, delighted her fans online as she sported an all-black cosplay for Halloween.
Halloween fever has yet to end as many people have a lot more to show off, be it in spooky costumes or Halloween house decorations. With this, LeVar Burton’s daughter, Mica, flaunted her take on Halloween fashion.
Mica is no stranger to playing dress-up. She took her love for cosplaying to Halloween, sharing with her fans an Instagram picture of herself in a familiar fictional character.
CHANNELING HER INNER SORCERESS
Mica donned an all-black costume inspired by the medieval period. The costume had minimal white details on the sleeves and her pants. Alongside the picture, she wrote:
"Do you feel the enchantment in the air? ?? Happy Halloween from your favorite sorceress, Yennefer!"
The 26-year-old cosplayer indicated that she was embodying the fictional character, Yennefer, a sorceress from the Netflix hit series "The Witcher," starring actor Henry Cavill.
Many people were amazed at how Mica transformed herself into an interesting character. One fan commented on her post that she looked stunning in her costume.
Other followers, who are also fans of the Netflix show, pointed out that the TV personality makes such a beautiful Yennefer. Some fans were at a loss for words and simply commented with heart and fire emojis.
Burton’s plan to read children’s books was greenlit by best-selling book authors Neil Gaiman and Sandra Boynton.
BONDING THROUGH VIDEO GAMES
Mica is Burton's youngest child, whom he shares with professional makeup artist Stephanie Cozart-Burton. The German-born actor and his wife, who tied the knot in 1992, also have a 40-year-old son named Eian.
Burton and her daughter, a known YouTube gamer, share a tight bond. The veteran actor shared that he credits Mica for teaching him all about video games.
When Mica asked Burton about his history with gaming, the proud father replied that he started playing video games when she was just a little girl. The cute duo played CD-ROM games and Lara Croft Tomb Raider.
Besides learning new forms of video games with his daughter, Burton, known for his remarkable story-telling voice, has been looking for ways to bring literacy enrichment to the public.
The "Reading Rainbow" star earlier planned to do a live-streamed version of telling stories amid the coronavirus pandemic. Reading aloud online is his way of helping families get through difficult times.
Burton’s plan to read children’s books was greenlit by best-selling book authors Neil Gaiman and Sandra Boynton. Both seasoned authors were honored to help the actor bring joy and hope in these dark times.
Burton has been in the entertainment industry for more than four decades. He shot to fame in 1977 when he played a breakthrough acting role as Kunta Kinte in the hit series "Roots."
It was considered one of the most important TV shows in the history of the U.S. ABC executives were surprised that many people watched the show despite their earlier conclusion that it was a complete failure.