'Good Times' Star BernNadette Stanis & Her Daughters Enjoy a Night Out — See Their Uncanny Resemblance
"Good Times" actress BernNadette Stanis shared a lovely picture of her and her daughters stepping out for dinner, and their resemblance is striking.
American actress BernNadette Stanis has enjoyed decades of being the people's sweetheart since her time on the hit series "Good Times," which made her a household name.
The actress still features in other roles but spends most of her time enjoying her life as a mother. The 67-year-old screen icon often shares stunning pictures of herself alongside her girls.
Recently, the movie icon and her beautiful girls stepped out for a lovely dinner, and she shared the moment with her thousands of fans on her Instagram.
Stanis posed alongside her daughters Dior and Brittany and their resemblance was striking. She shared a short clip of the evening showing the trio gorgeously dressed on their memorable night.
In the caption to the post, Stanis gushed over her daughters, noting how proud she was to see them grow up to become her best friends. She remarked that the night was fun but they also ensured to keep safe.
Her fans commented on the beautiful post, noting how glad they were to see the family safe and bonded. Some fans took the moment to gush about the uncanny resemblance of the trio.
Her role as Thelma made her one of the leading Black actresses of her time.
Stanis' daughter Britanny shared a series of stunning pictures on her Instagram, alongside a quote from Maya Angelou. She wore the gorgeous dress for the memorable night out with her family.
The outfit captured everything beautiful about Brittany, from her smile to her stunning curves. She accessorized the look with a cute earring, bracelets, and a nice pair of footwear.
Stanis' life and career in Hollywood have been an exciting adventure. She started acting as a high school student and later enrolled in the Julliard School of Performing Arts.
The 67-year-old actress also competed in the Miss New York beauty pageant after which she was discovered by a producer who told her about the CBS sitcom "Good Times," which was in production at the time.
Her role as Thelma made her one of the leading Black actresses of her time. After several decades of playing the role, she still holds it dear in her heart and believes there will be a "Good Times" reboot.
Stanis spends her time giving back to society and changing the world in the ways she can. She is helping Alzheimer's patients remember "Good Times" and live the best lives they can live.