Can you imagine Sister, Sister without Jackée Harry? Well, according to the actress, that’s almost the case.
The Emmy winner, who portrayed Lisa Landry on the hit show, confessed that she didn’t want to take the role in the first place. “I really NEVER want to play Lisa Landry,” she said Twitter on Mothers Day. “I’m too young and sexy to be a MOTHER of anyone!”
“But my sister finally convinced me to get involved and I’m glad I did it because it helped me realize how fulfilling it is to teach young women,” the director continued. “Showing other people how to develop their skills and talents, helping them gain confidence, self -esteem, self -awareness, love for others – it feeds my soul in a way that nothing is done. .
The comedian also showcased what influenced both his on-screen and off-screen character support, specifically the co-stars. Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. “Imagine my happiness when I see good women and mothers, they have become Tia & Tamera,” she wrote. “Add to that how Lisa’s character has healed most of you watching from home! After so many years I’ve seen how important it is to have a black mother like her on TV.”