The producers admitted that they did not think audiences would notice Judy's disappearance, which is why her absence was never explained.
Actress Jamiee Foxworth, who portrayed the youngest Winslow sibling Judy following the debut episode in 1989 (another child star played Judy in the series’ pilot episode), was notoriously phased out after the show’s fourth season in 1993, never to be seen or heard from again.
In the years since, the now 37-year-old Foxworth appeared in an adult film production that marred her once-innocent filmography, but she has never been forgotten by fans of Is a #Family Matters reboot in our future?! In a day and age where revivals of old sitcoms are all the rage, the cast seems ready to jump at the chance to bring their Chicago clan back to the small screen.
L'actrice devrait prochainement publier son autobiographie et un album de hip-hop.
What happend to the Winslow's youngest child on Family Matters?!
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__________________ "The only thing that sustains one through life is the consciousness of the immense inferiority of everybody else, and this is a feeling that I have always cultivated." --Oscar Wilde The show just kind of changed from being about the family (and it spun off as the mom was the elevator operator where Cousin Larry worked at the newspaper) and became all about Urkel, which killed it.
Urkel was a great whacky next door neighbor character, but not enough for a whole show.
Maybe I don't remember the show well enough (although I do remember it was part of the dynamite back-to-back combo with "Perfect Strangers), but I don't think it was really the type of show that thrived on continuity of storylines.