52-year-old actor, Shemar Moore, is expecting his first baby with his white babymama, Desiree Jesiree Dizon


52-year-old actor, Shemar Moore, is expecting his first baby with his white babymama, Desiree Jesiree Dizon.

Now for tea on Shamar’s new babys mama. Media Take Out confirmed that Jesiree had a son actor Stephen Bishop accepted as his own. Together they have a bio daughter. Now she’s having her third child with Shemar who is 52.
Shemar Moore’s most notable roles include Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless (1994–2005), Derek Morgan on Criminal Minds (2005–2016), and the lead role of Sergeant II Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson on S.W.A.T. (2017–present) all on CBS. Moore was also the third permanent host of Soul Train, from 1999 to 2003.
Moore has won eight NAACP Image Awards as well as the 2000 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his work on The Young and the Restless. He was nominated for a People’s Choice Award in 2016 for his work on Criminal Minds.
Actor Shamr Moore is going to be a father for the very first time at 52 years of age, Media Take Out has confirmed. He and his longtime friend Jesiree are expecting their first child together.
Since Criminal Minds: Evolution premiered on Paramount+, fans have once again been entranced by the cases sought out by the longtime members of the BAU. While folks are well aware that Matthew Gray Gubler is busy working on other projects, which don’t include rejoining the reboot as Dr. Spencer Reid, they are now turning to another original CBS actor to make an appearance instead.
In an Instagram shared on November 28, former Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore posted a series of behind-the-scenes photos from his current TV show, S.W.A.T. Dressed as his character Sergeant Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson, followers saw Shemar in police gear while filming a season 6 episode.
When asked by TV Guide about his reason for leaving Criminal Minds in October 2016, the actor gave a simple answer. “I wanted to see what the next chapter of my acting career is and also have a little balance so I could pursue other avenues of my life,” he told the outlet. “I want to get married, I want to have kids, I want to travel.”
But it later turned out that he wasn’t fully done with the show, as he made two more appearances in seasons 12 and 13. With Morgan coming in and out of the BAU once before, does this mean we may have Shemar appear in an episode of Criminal Minds: Evolution? It’s highly unlikely, due to the fact he’s currently in his sixth season of S.W.A.T.
But who knows, this series does like to throw major cases out there .
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