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Remember Raj's wife Nadine on 'What’s Happening Now'? She is 57 now & shared photos with husband

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 13, 2018
02:49 P.M.
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Anne-Marie Johnson, who is best known for her role as Nadine Hudson Thomas on What's Happening Now!!, shared photos with her husband on social media.

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Anne-Marie, 57, has been married to Martin Grey since January 1, 1996.

The actress looks loved-up with Martin in the photo she posted on Facebook on March 7, 2016.

In the image, Martin's arm is seen around Anne-Marie's waist.

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie, who has starred in film and on television, just proves that age is just a number.

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At the age of 57, she seemed just as beautiful as the day she starred in the hit show What's Happening Now!! in 1985. She is definitely a timeless beauty.

Recently, Anne-Marie took to Facebook to announce that she will appear on the comedy show, I Was A Teenage Pillow Queen.

'I had a fantastic time guest-starring on the TV comedy pilot "I Was A Teenage Pillow Queen." What a GREAT cast and crew including director Bridget Moloney, Josh Pais (who plays my ex-husband), Wayne Wilderson (who plays my disastrous online first date "Chuck") and Lauren Spieghts (who plays "Gretchen" my daughter),' she wrote.

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Anne-Marie also returned in her role as Senator Knox on the final season of ABC's For The People.

Aside from being known for her role as Nadine Hudson Thomas on What's Happening Now!!, she also gained widespread attention as Aileen Lewis on Double Trouble and as Althea Tibbs on In the Heat of the Night.

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Anne-Marie's first television appearance was as a contestant on the game show Card Sharks.

In 1993, she joined the cast of the Fox Network sketch comedy series In Living Color in its last season.

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In 2005, Anne-Marie was chosen as the First National Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild. She was replaced by Ned Vaughn in 2010.

The actress ran for president of the actors' union in 2009 on the Membership First ticket. However, she lost to eventual winner Ken Howard.

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