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Camille Winbush from 'The Bernie Mac Show' Goes Au Naturel in a Stunning Makeup-Free Photo

Cathrine Mabvudza
Nov 29, 2020
08:00 A.M.
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Camille Winbush is a stunner with or without makeup. In a recent photo, the "The Bernie Mac Show," actress went au naturel revealing her clear, bright skin.


Fresh-faced Camille Winbush decided to ditch the makeup in a recent post. The beautiful star looked breathtaking without the extra layers, and fans were gushing over the look.

The actress also wore her hair in its natural glory, with dark wavy tresses flowing down to her shoulders and perfectly arched thick eyebrows, which emphasized her mesmerizing almond-shaped eyes.

Camille Winbush at the opening night of "Jersey Boys" at the Ahmanson Theatre on May 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.| Source: Getty Images

Camille Winbush at the opening night of "Jersey Boys" at the Ahmanson Theatre on May 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.| Source: Getty Images


Winbush wore a black v-neck tee for the selfie, and with a sense of humor, she captioned her post:

"Me thinking about getting a meatball sub even though I’m pretty sure I have food poisoning right now #EatThePainAway"

Her fans were swept away by the effortless look and expressed their praise in her comments section. One fan said, "You look amazing though ?," while another added, "Love me some Nessa ❤️," referring to her character, Vanessa from "The Bernie Mac Show."


Winbush first came into the public eye as a child actor in shows such as "Minor Adjustments" and "Recess." in 2001, she was cast as Vanessa Thompkins on the late comedian Bernie Mac's show, which aired until 2006.

The actress played the role of Mac's troubled niece who eventually learned to get along with her uncle. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Winbush credited her quick-witted thinking for making her stand out among other actors during the auditions.


Winbush also stood out while on the hit tv show because she was a competitive gymnast. The writers blended gymnastics into her character's arc and allowed her actual gymnastics team to be on the show.

The "7th Heaven" actress became family with her costars, who would go to her gymnastic meets. She even taught her costar, Dee Dee Davis, how to do a cartwheel.


When she wasn't acting, young Winbush ran her own business, an ice cream shop in the Old Town district of Pasadena, Los Angeles.

At 14 years old, Winbush was already running her shop named "Baked Ice" with a cousin who would help around when she was on set. At the time, she hoped to expand her business enterprise to other cities.

After the show ended, Winbush continued to pursue her career in film and music with appearances in "Greys Anatomy," "ER," and "Criminal Minds." She also performs at fundraising events in the Los Angeles area.

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