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Camille Winbush of 'The Bernie Mac Show' Flaunts Her Glowing Skin and Red Lipstick in New Pic

Olawale Ogunjimi
Jun 05, 2021
04:10 P.M.
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Hollywood star Camille Winbush flaunted a stunning look in her recent media upload as she showed off her fashion sense and switched up her style choice.

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Former child star Camille Winbush presented a bold and compelling look on her new Instagram update as she rocked an upscale style that came complete with a sultry aura.

Winbush seemed to have been in a photoshoot session as she posed for the up-close snapshot. She rocked a black high-neck dress styled in multiple defined pleats.

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

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The TV actress let her dark hair fall around her oval-shaped face and shoulders with a side part while her face was dolled up in perfect makeup. She completed her sultry look with hot red lipstick. She captioned:

"Keep your head to the sky."

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Winbush's Hollywood resume has spanned several years, and it is safe to say she is one of the young American actors who have become veterans. Her TV stint goes as far back as the age of two.

Winbush played recurring and one-off roles on the big and small screens. Before appearing on the famous "The Bernie Mac Show." She was also on shows like "Viper," "7th Heaven," and "Minor Adjustments."

Winbush cleared the air, letting everyone know she was an adult who could make decisions for herself. 

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She has also starred with big-shot Hollywood icons like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, and Michelle Pfeiffer. As a teenager, Winbush was getting a fair amount of spotlight attention.

However, she showed more resourcefulness and decided to foray into entrepreneurship. Winbush opened an ice cream parlor called Baked Ice in the suburbs of Pasadena in Southern California.

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Once talking about this feat, the then-14-year-old Winbush noted it felt different and fun. She admitted that running her business was hard work, but it was worth it in the end.

When Winbush finishes her nine-hour daily work on the set of "The Bernie Mac Show," she returns to her ice cream parlor to join her family members who already lent helping hands. 

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Most often than not, the 31-year-old keeps her private life off the dramatic spectrum of the spotlight, but she did not quite scale through after fans noticed her announcement about joining the adult app, Only Fans.

She went under scrutiny as many share their displeasure about her joining the controversial app. Winbush cleared the air letting everyone know she was an adult who could make decisions for herself. 

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