From Fancy to 'The Real,' Garcelle Beauvais is Now a 55-Year Old Haitian Queen

Garcelle Beauvais

Over the past three decades, Haitian-American actress and model Garcelle Beauvais has gone from being a co-star as Fancy on The Jamie Foxx Show to being one of the respected co-hosts of the successful talk show, The Real. Now she is 55-years old and looking as beautiful as ever!

Her first role was a small one in the 1988 film Coming to America with Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall, but in 1996 she won the role of Jamie Foxx's love interest in his self-titled sitcom which ran on UPN. The show successfully ran for 5 seasons.

This led to her role on NYPD Blue from 2001 to 2004 as the love interest of Detective Baldwin Jones played by actor Henry Simmons. And most recently, she was an amazing co-host for the last two seasons of The Real, a day-time talk show that ran for 8 seasons with the likes of Tamera Mowry, Tamar Braxton, and Jeannie Mai.

In early 2022, she signed a first-look development deal with NBCUniversal Television and Streaming via her Los Angeles-based multimedia production company Beauvais Wilson Productions. So far, her company has already produced a film called Split Marriage, a reality TV series called Cooking With Critters, and a podcast that she hosts called Going to Bed With Garcelle.

Follow her on Instagram @Garcelle