'The Bernie Mac Show's Camille Winbush shares photo with her dad showing their special bond

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 23, 2018
04:02 P.M.
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TV actress and comedian Camille Winbush, best known for The Bernie Mac Show, took to Instagram to share a picture of her and her father on Father’s Day.


The black-and-white image showed Camille and Anthony Winbush hugging each other in what seemed to be a very heartwarming moment for the duo. Both of them were looking directly at the camera while flashing their smiles.

Even though the photo was remarkable, the message that the actress wrote in the caption was the highlight of her post. She pointed out that any guy could make a baby but that it took a man to be a father.

‘May you have one, may you know one, may you be one. And shoutout to all the ladies on double duty. Cheers to you all.’

Camille Winbush, Instagram, June 17, 2018.


As soon as she uploaded that photo, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user Greg Cilek, who praised the woman for her touching message.


Camille was born on February 9, 1990, in Los Angeles, California. She didn’t have a normal upbringing given the fact that she started her career in the entertainment industry when she was only four years old, reported Height Line.


Her family is very talented as her older brother, Troy Winbush, has also been working as an actor. He has taken a couple of roles in some projects, including Medical Investigation, Better Call Saul, and Law & Order: True Crime.


Camille’s first acting gig came in 1994 when she appeared in three episodes of Viper. By 2001, she had been part of several productions, none as ambitious and rewarding for her career as The Bernie Mac Show.

Thanks to her outstanding performance as Nessa Thompkins, Camille was nominated to two BET Comedy Awards and won three Image Awards and one Young Artist Award.

At the moment, she is focused on her career. Unfortunately, she has not taken many important roles in major productions.