Jamie Foxx's Daughter Corinne Pens a Touching Tribute to Her Dad in Honor of His 53rd Birthday
Corinne Foxx, daughter of acclaimed actor Jamie Foxx, shared a sweet tribute for him on his 53rd birthday. The 26-year-old actress posted the touching message on Instagram.
Model and actress Corinne Foxx only has good words for her dad, "Beat Shazam" actor Jamie Foxx. In honor of his 53rd birthday, she penned a touching message on Instagram on December 14. Part of it reads:
"I couldn't ask for a better father to guide me, support me and always have my back."
DOING PROJECTS TOGETHER
The 26-year-old uploaded a throwback photo of her as a little girl snuggling with her famous dad. She was wearing a white dress and a matching headband.
The "Django Unchained" actor looked dapper in a tuxedo, which had a flower pinned at the chest. In the caption, Corinne recalled that it was the first of their many projects together.
She recalled being a flower girl on "The Jamie Foxx Show" and co-hosting "Beat Shazam" with her dad. They are now writing and producing a Netflix show that chronicles their lives.
On his 52nd birthday in 2019, he sang at his birthday bash held at a popular club in Los Angeles.
GRATEFUL FOR HER DAD'S SUPPORT
Corinne said she could not ask for a better person who could help her navigate the entertainment industry. She added there's more to come for them. Ending her message, she wrote:
"I hope the world is ready for it. I love you Dad."
The actor celebrated his birthday on the set of "Dad Stop Embarassing Me," his new TV series which is based on his dad-daughter relationship with Corinne
He was seen in a clip dancing with his co-stars Heather Hemmens, Porscha Coleman, and Natalie Friendman. It was truly a fun-filled celebration while at work.
The actor has a penchant for dancing and singing at his birthday parties. On his 52nd birthday in 2019, he sang at his birthday bash held at a popular club in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Corinne is carving her own path in the entertainment industry. She now stars in "Safety," a feel-good movie based on the true story of football player Ray McElrathbey.
Corinne recently rejoiced in a major achievement as part of the Emmy-nominated special "Live In Front of A Studio Audience: All In The Family and Good Times."