Jamie Foxx Is a Proud Dad of 2 Girls – Meet His Daughters Corinne and Annalise

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It’s clear from his TV interviews, red carpet events, and social media posts that Jamie Foxx is one proud papa! The 52-year-old actor and comedian, and star of the upcoming single-dad comedy Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!, is the father of daughters Corinne Foxx and Annalise Bishop, in real life! Both of his girls are from different, prior relationships. The two share almost a 15-year age-gap, but it’s obvious that hasn’t stopped them from having a close bond and spending time together as a family of three. Read more below about the two women who are a huge part of his life.

Corinne Foxx

Corinne was born in 1994. She’s Jamie’s eldest child, whom he shares with Air Force veteran Connie Kline. Corinne, who is seemingly taking after her father, recently won an Emmy for outstanding variety special for ABC’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family and Good Times. You may also recognize her from her role as Sasha in 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, her first big-screen film. Corinne is also a producer and the inspiration for Netflix’s Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! It’s her first time producing a show, and her dad’s return to comedy, she told ET. “Yes, my dad is cool, but he also embarrassed me a lot through my teenagehood,” she said in the same ET interview. “So we basically wrote a show about it. And I got to cast a girl to play a younger version of myself, which is pretty cool.”

Annalise Bishop

Jamie shares his younger daughter Annalise with former girlfriend Kristin Grannis. The almost 12-year-old has been accompanying her dad to red carpet events since she was little, like the 2015 Grammys and more recent award shows, like this year’s SAG Awards. While Annalise herself keeps a pretty low profile, her dad will never turn down an opportunity to show off his daughter, like that one time he shared how she scored three touchdowns for her flag football team.

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