Jaimee Foxworth Biography
(Best Known for Her Role as ‘Judy Winslow’ on the Long-Running Sitcom ‘Family Matters’)
Birthday: December 17, 1979 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Belleville, Illinois, United States
Jaimee Monae Foxworth is an American actor and model, best known for her portrayal of ‘Judy Winslow,’ as a child artist, in the American sitcom ‘Family Matters’ (1989). Her character suddenly disappeared from the show after the fourth season, without any justification in the storyline. This garnered a lot of public interest about her, but the production never explicitly explained her sudden removal. After almost 10 years, it was reported that she had ventured into the adult film industry during her absence from mainstream TV. She once had an intriguing interview with Oprah Winfrey, where she revealed the events of the years after ‘Family Matters’ and sent out a message to all young artists who lose their way around Hollywood. After her TV stint was over, Jaimee formed an R&B musical group called ‘S.H.E,’ with her two sisters. She battled substance abuse and depression during her years of struggle but now leads a sober life. She is a full-time mother and says her only priority is to make sure her son has a good life.