See Which Beloved Stars from 'The Bernie Mac Show' Recently Reunited in a Stunning Photo
"The Bernie Mac Show" kept audiences glued to the television back in the early 2000s, and two of the charismatic stars from the show recently reunited in a stunning photo.
Actresses Camille Winbush and Ashley Monique Clark took fans down memory lane with a photo that both former child stars posted on their Instagram pages.
Winbush played the role of Vanessa Thompkins on "The Bernie Mac Show" while Clark took on the role of her friend Teri in five episodes of the series.
The actresses, who enjoyed hugely successful careers on their respective shows, shared different versions of the moment they reunited. Winbush posted a video captioned:
"Jingle and Jangle at your service."
The Boomerang video captioned the actresses playfully wiggling about in a kitchen while holding cups of hot chocolate. Both stars flashed a big excited smile.
Clark posted a photo of the memorable reunion, which gave a better view of the actresses' festive sweaters. Clark rocked a red knit sweater with a reindeer embroidered on the front along with colorful snowflake embroidery.
Winbush donned a green sweater with a large Grinch figure with yellow eyes printed on the front. Both ladies wore their shoulder-length hair down, and Winbush accessorized with silver hoop earrings.
Fans of the actresses were delighted to see them together, and both their comment sections teemed with encouraging reactions from gratified fans.
One fan commented, "I need to see you two in a movie," while another wrote, "All that melanin and high school crush in one picture lmao." A third fan gushed, "Two beautiful queens."
Most recently, she starred in the 2018 film "Everything But a Man" and has also appeared in the series, "The Secret Life of the American Teenager."
At 30 years, Winbush has had a 27-year career, which has given her exposure and taught her many lessons, especially considering the great actors she had the opportunity of working with.
Clark also remained true to her passion and decided to share her knowledge of acting with fans worldwide. The actress started her own Youtube channel in January where she gives acting tips and advice.
In one of the videos, the actress gives tips for memorizing script lines including reading and understanding the script and learning the lines in small sections.