View Photos Of Mackenzie Rosman Who Is Set To Appear In Maxim: '7TH Heaven' Child Actress Shows Off Her Body In Sexy Lingerie [PHOTOS]
By Staff Writer | April 03, 2013 02:52 PM EDT
From child actress in "7th Heaven" to posing in lingerie for Maxim, Mackenzie Rosman grows up and shares it inside the magazine.
Professional photographer Carlos Nunez recently posted a snapshot of the woman who played the girl named Ruthie Camden, daughter of protestant minister on Instagram.
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Rosman dresses in skimpy, lingerie, which shows she's all grown up from the six-year-old actress to 23-year-old beauty. It has not been revealed when the photos will be featured in an issue of Maxim.
The hit WB show "7th Heaven" lasted from 1996-2007, which it ended on the CW network. The show featured the Camden family and their seven children. It was the longest-running show in WB history and the longest-running family drama in television history.
In 2004, Rosman won a Young Artist award for Best Performance in a T.V. Series.
Since "7th Heaven," Rosman played roles in such movies as "Proud American," "Ligeia" and Fading of the Cries."
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