Jackee Harry opens up to ET’s Deidre Behar about her trailblazing career as an Emmy award-winning actress with nearly four decades of credits on her resume. The 64-year-old ‘Sister, Sister’ star reflects on her time working on the iconic sitcom and why she initially almost turned down the role. Jackee praises her co-stars Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Tamera Mowry-Housley and Tim Reid, and shares how she envisions the cast doing a reboot series or reunion. She also reacts to a heartwarming 1993 throwback clip on the set of ‘Sister, Sister’ featuring herself and the then 15-year-old twins. Jackee also opens up about her hilarious tweets and shares behind-the-scenes secrets about how she manages her account. When it comes to dating, the ‘227’ actress also reveals her relationship status, philosophy on romance and her one non-negotiable in dating. Jackee shares several candid and poignant stories about her life, career and the importance of representation, especially for Black women in comedy. Ahead of the holidays, Jackee is starring in feel-good flick ‘A Christmas for Mary,’ premiering Dec. 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.