Dee Dee Davis AKA Baby Girl in 'The Bernie Mac Show' Is Looking Stunning At 25 in a Plunging Black Outfit
Dee Dee Davis, who played Bryanna, aka "Baby Girl" in the classic sitcom "The Bernie Mac Show," is no longer a baby but a young 25-year-old who treats fans to stunning snaps.
"The Bernie Mac Show" was a thriving comedy-drama that starred multiple comedic actors and actresses. Dee Dee Davis, a Californian born, was one of the stars on the show.
She played the youngest niece of Mac, her uncle who inherited his sister's three kids due to her drug problem. It has been more than a decade since the show ended, and the cast has moved on to other successful projects.
Davis, who is from a talented family - her sister Aree was a former child star - is also living a different life and looks nearly unrecognizable when she shows off glimpses of what her current lifestyle is.
Now a 25-year-old, the former child star who played Baby Girl on "The Bernie Mac Show" effortlessly stuns in her beautiful looks. Recently, she shared a snap with the caption:
"His Dream Girl."
The post was a car selfie featuring Davis in a floral-designed black outfit with a plunging neckline that showed a bit of cleavage.
Her make-up was simple—eye penciled brows, natural lip color, and a flawless and glowing face. She added a nose ring, hoop earrings, and a neck chain as accessories.
The show that brought these great personalities together was the true-to-life story of the lead character Bernie Mac.
The "The Bernie Mac Show" star opted for a basic hairstyle. She rocked cornrows and had the edges laid, leaving her with a chic appearance. Many fans agreed she looked pretty and all grown via the comments.
While Davis may look different from her time on the classic drama and has moved on to other things, she still finds time to reconnect with her onscreen family—the show's cast.
In 2018, the "The Bernie Mac Show" stars gathered for a reunion. The attendees, Davis, Camille Winbush, Kellita Smith, and Jeremy Suarez, had a swell time and appeared to be doing fine.
They later shared shots of their meeting online, showing fans that even though they had not seen each other in a long time, there was only positive energy in their circle.
The show that brought these great personalities together was the true-to-life story of the lead character, Bernie Mac, who passed away after battling pneumonia.
Before his death, he explained the dynamics of tough love, which was apparent in the show. He mentioned that parenting is different now compared to how he was raised. For him, parents are now their kids' friends and do not exact authority.