Jaimee Foxworth is an American model, Award-nominated actress & former pornstar. She is well known for playing Judy Winslow in the ABC comedy Family Matters.
Jaimee moved to pornographic movies later in her career, for the adult movies she used the screen name Crave/ Monet.
She has appeared in TV series such as Amen (as a choir member), TV 101 (as Whitney Hines).
Jaimee Foxworth was born on 17th December 1979 at Scott Air Force Base, in Belleville, Illinois, the United States. She was born to Gwyn Foxx an Actress & Singer herself.
Jaimee has two sisters in Jania Foxworth & Tyren Foxworth, a step-sister in Samara Littleton.
[Jaimee Foxworth childhood photo]
Mother- Gwyn Foxx
Jaimee's mother Gwyn has worked as a talent agent with Gwyn Foxx talent agency (based in Burbank, California). When her children were growing up, she discontinued her job and made taking care of their careers her priority.
She has appeared on the TV show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew"
Sister- Tyren Perry
Tyren Perry is an actress and singer. She is known for playing Trish Reagan in Bustin' Loose(1987-1988), Shirley in Family Matters (1990), Amy Hines in TV 101 (1988-1989) among others.
She was a member of the pop band 'Tahiti' and has performed in the soundtrack album of 'The Real Ghostbusters(1986)'.
She has a Young Artist Award nomination for her role in Bustin' Loose (1987)
Sister- Jania Foxworth
Jania is a singer and actress like her sisters. She is known for her works as Collie Mitote in Grey Island(2017), Kathy Hines in TV 101 (1988), Christmas Spoiled Girl in A Hollywood Hounds (1994)
She has performed in the soundtrack "Movie Star" in the TV series The Real Ghostbusters".
High School: She graduated from the 'Burbank High School', located in Burbank, California in the year 1998.
Jaimee had been in a long time relationship with Michael Shaw, she has a son with him born in 2009.
Four months after her son's birth, she had a restraining order against her partner Michael Shaw, however, they reconciled later.
Son- Michael Douglas Shaw, Jr.
Jaimee's pregnancy news hit the newspapers in December 2008. Jaimee gave birth to her son Michael Douglas Shaw, Jr. on May 29th, 2009, the baby named after the baby boy's father Michael Shaw, a long time partner of hers. "I have never been this happy in years," said Jaimee. New momma was so excited that she texted the news to friends and family while still in the delivery room.
The baby was born 10 days after the due date, weighed 3.03 kg (6 lbs 11 oz) at birth and was 49cm (19 1/4 inches) long 
Speaking about her son, Jaimee said:
"(He) changed my life immensely, he is very energetic... he is very smart, very inquisitive, he is a lot like me when I was young... it just made me remember why I'm here on earth, why I'm supposed to be in this moment, at this time."
[Jaimee Foxx with her son Michael Douglas Shaw, Jr]
Interesting Facts & Trivia
Little Model: Jaimee Foxworth started her career in Modeling, advertising at the age of 5.
Jaimee would have liked to become an acting coach or Doctor if she had gone to higher education.
She used to sing with a band named Heaven Sent as a child.
Her Social Networks Bio reads: "A little piece of your childhood"
Jaimee previously worked as an assistant at her Mom Gwyn's Talent Agency.
Addictions: Jaimee suffered an addiction to Alcohol, Drug & suffered depression but later recovered from it.
Rumor: False information of Foxworth's family going bankrupt was published on "National Enquirer" alleging that it lead to Jaimee's depression and addictions, which Jaimee rejected as a made-up story.
Jaimee is believed to be writing her Autobiography, it was expected that it would come out in 2009, but the Autobiography is yet to come out.
Commercials: In the 1980s she appeared in a McDonald's commercial.
[Jaimee Foxworth Life on Oprah Winfrey Network]
In the ABC/ CBS sitcom 'Family Matters' she played the popular role of 'Judy Winslow'. A member of the Winslow family that is the center of the story. It was created by William Bickley and developed by Robert L. Boyett and Thomas L. Miller
Other main roles in the series were played by Jo Marie Payton(Harriette Winslow), Reginald VelJohnson(Carl Winslow), Kellie Shanygne Williams (Laura Winslow), Darius McCrary(Eddie Winslow), Jaleel White(Steve Urkel), Rosetta LeNoire(Estelle Winslow), Bryton James(Richie Crawford) and others.
Jaimee's character Judy went upstairs to fetch something in her last scene (from 4th season) and never came back in the next season. Her role had been written out.
Jaimee alleged in 2017 that she was thrown out of the show without being told why, many of her cast knew about it even before she was, at 14 it was a big blow, she struggled to cope with that and adapt.
She wasn't invited to the 2017 reunion of the show, the fans of the show hadn't forgotten her, they questioned the exclusion of Jaimee Foxworth.
At the age of 19 Jaimee got into an audition for the swimsuit calendar, she realized there was a lot of scope in the Adult industry, forced by the lack of money and pressure from the boyfriend she agreed to do an act with another actress.
Jaimee entered the porn industry with an adopted name "Crave", She has used another name 'Monet'. She later called it the biggest mistake of her life. There had been many actors who did porn, she feels she was unfairly targeted.
Oprah Winfrey Show
Jaimee had an episode on the Oprah Winfrey show, she in her conversations with Oprah revealed that she felt moving to porn was one of the bad decisions of her career.
Oprah and Jaimee talked about Jaimee's acting career, her porn career, and the life after that.
In 2018, Jaimee set up a youtube channel to talk to her fans, she has talked about her journey into acting, her troubles with anxiety and how she won it, why do child stars have trouble adulthood, dating and beauty tips.
Speaking of her own experience regarding troubled adulthood, she said:
"When I was a little girl, and I was on the show... I was shy, and then that shyness turned into anxiety, and that was only because, from the shyness, I didn't want people in my face all the time, so while I was on set, I was fine, after I got off the sets, that's where I started having most of my problems concerning anxiety. It only just stemmed from... because I didn't want people in my personal space, and I didn't want all eyes on me..."
In her teen years, she started an R & B musical group named S.H.E with her sister Tyren Perry and Jania Foxworth and landed a record label deal with Shaquille O'Neal's record label company.
They released a debut album 'Three's a charm' on 1st July 1997 through SHAQ's 'Twism' records.
However, persistent extreme anxiety and panic attacks derailed her career. She eventually found herself addicted to Alcohol and Drugs. As her family and financial problems increased, she found an opportunity in the porn industry, which she took at the age of 19.
Speaking of her hard times, she said,
"We started falling on hard times because I really wasn't interested in acting and all the money that we did have was from me being on Family Members, so I didn't really understand it until I hit 16-17. It was very stressful, it can be hurtful as well because you are thinking 'Do I have to get another big job, just to support my family? it was confusing at that time."
She has performed in multiple TV series soundtracks:
Episode: Man's Best Friend
Stop! In the Name of Love
Episode: Rachel's First Date
The Real Ghostbusters
Episode: Take Two
Tomorrow (A Better You Better Me)
She featured in Tevin Campbell's music video "Tomorrow (A Better You Better Me)". It was originally recorded by The Brothers Johnson (George Johnson, Louis Johnson). In 1989 Siedah Garrett wrote lyrics to the song and it was recorded by Quincy Jones.
Jaimee is seen with the group providing background vocals along with Tevin Campbell (lead singer), McKinley Brown, Kenneth Ford, and others. Siedah Garrett and Rose Banks were choir directors
Jaimee with her two sisters Tyren and Jania started a music band named S.H.E. in 1997 after her brief stint on TV. Some of the Tracks they produced together are:
In The Middle
I Wouldn't Take Her Back
My Secret Is
I Can Do That
I'll Never Leave You
Get Back With You
Hi Mommy, I Love You
Good Thing Going
Should I Tell Him?
I Can Do That
Absent in the Present
short movie; lead role; shelved; also as the producer
The Dr. Oz Show
TV show; Season 8 Episode 44
Stronger Than You Think
Jeffersons: A XXX
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew
The Oprah Winfrey Show
TV show; 10 episodes
The Tyra Banks Show
My Baby Got Back 29
Behind the Scenes 12
Chillin' with Jake Steed's Freaks Who*es & Flows 25
Black Dirty Debutantes
More Black Dirty Debutantes
Adventures of Peeping Tom
Booty Talk 20: Super Fine Sistas
Episode: "Your Christmas Show of Shows"
TV Land Award
Favorite Character(s) Who "Went Missing"
Young Artist Awards
Best Young Actress Supporting or Re-Occurring Role for a TV Series
I'd never lived a normal childhood, I always went to auditions.
I felt ridiculous & degraded after making my first porn video, I never thought anyone would find out...at least not for a few years.
Telling my mother that I have acted in a porn movie was the hardest thing in my life.
I couldn't hold my head high, I couldn't walk around and say, 'My name is Jaimee Foxworth' without someone saying, 'Ew,' or, 'We heard about you'
Always have another option. Try to go for your dreams. Don't try to be just what you see on TV.
Being sober has opened my eyes to a whole new world, I’ve been through a lot of pain in the past, and I never really wanted a child until recently. I now look forward to years of joy to share with my child
I am so excited to be a mother and I also look forward to getting back to work.
Half of the women will see you and (assume) that's what (porn actress) you will ever be. But, for me, I redefined myself by being a mother and connecting back with my family as a whole and remembering who I was growing up. 
I just wish that more people had compassion and empathy when it comes to younger stars.. first of all, we are all humans, second of all, you do not know what they are going through, a lot of times these kids are trying to live up to what people think they are supposed to be or who they are supposed to be. 
News and Updates
2003: In July 2003, 'Celebrity Sleuth' magazine printed a pictorial of hers on pages 76-79, it was titled "Missing...In Action!"
2000: People Weekly published an article on her titled "Family Matters", in their June 2000 edition, on page 130