Who is kellie shanygne williams dating
He first stole our hearts as the lovable snort-prone Steve Urkel in “Family Matters,” and now, Jaleel White is set to make America smile once again as he prepares to hit the ballroom on “Dancing with the Stars.” As his dance floor debut draws near, caught up with the 35-year-old star to dish on his multiple upcoming projects, fatherhood and his off-screen relationship with Kellie Shanygne Williams (Laura Winslow on “Family Matters”) – the long-desired object of Urkel’s bespectacled, suspendered affection. “But right now, it’s really about running the gamut of showing people I can do all of these other things, and hey, it seems to have worked out in the last 20 months really great,” he added.
During all this time, Kellie continued to attend school as she always had.
The guy loves basketball, he’s a complete gentleman — very competitive — and really one of the coolest guys I’ve ever had the pleasure of working next door to on a stage.” Now the proud father of a two-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Jaleel admits his baby girl is more familiar with his role in the family comedy “Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer,” versus “Family Matters.” “She’s old enough to understand that Daddy goes to work, she is old enough to understand that Daddy’s work puts him on the TV,” Jaleel toldof his daughter’s comprehension of his career . “I’m probably going to keep her in [my] trailer,” he told .
“Obviously there was a huge age difference and our interaction was organic. “She knows me from ‘Judy Moody’ and the Cee Lo video [‘Cry Baby’].” As for whether his daughter will get to watch her daddy compete for the mirrorball trophy from the “DWTS” ballroom, Jaleel says she may be a little young for a front row seat.
In 2006, Williams created the Kellie Williams Program with co-creator Jeff Rawluk She stated, "I wanted to create a program similar to the one I grew up with (Howard University Children's Theatre).
I wanted to bring it to the masses, not to just people who were familiar with the arts but to people who had never experienced any art".