Remember the little girl who gave life to Vanessa "Nessa" Thomkins on “The Bernie Mac Show”? She’s now a beautiful 28-years-old lady, and in one of her recent photos, the actress showed off her fit figure.
Camille Winbush started her career in the entertainment industry with only 4-years-old when she appeared on the series “Viper.” Afterward, she went on to have several roles on series like “Dangerous Minds,” “Eraser,” “NYPD Blue,” “Hangin' with Mr. Cooper,” and “7th Heaven” among others.
However, her big break on the TV screen came when she won the role of Nessa Thonkins on the sitcom “The Bernie Mac Show.” On the show, Nessa was the eldest of Bernie sister’s children, whom he had to take in after the woman entered rehab.
Camille started the show as a rebellious 11-years-old girl, and by the time the series ended, both she and her character were 16 and read to enroll in college.
In the past years, Winbush has taken on a variety of gigs through her career. From voice acting to singing in musicals for TV and maintaining her acting career going with appearances on series like “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” Camille has managed to keep a steady fan base.
Her over 100k followers on Instagram are always praising her beauty, and in one of her recent posts, Camille gave fans a glimpse to her toned body by posing poolside in a skimpy bikini. In the shot, Winbush is standing under the sun rocking a floral printed two-piece swimsuit that put her defined abs and legs on display.
She explained the annoyed look she has in the photo in her caption by writing:
“The face you make when you say you don’t want to get your hair wet and then someone cannonballs into the pool right next to you.”
Fans immediately took to her comment section to praise her. Instagram user @creole_gainster wrote “Wet or dry, you still look great @camilleswinbush,” @elliemaciasofficial said, “Camille you rocking dat bathing suit boo,” and @stopfresh added, “After all these years...and you still look exactly the same.”
According to her IMBD page, Camille currently has two projects on post-production, a TV series called “FraXtur” and the film “Everything But a Man.” We can’t wait to see Camille back in our screens next year.