(FOXNEWS) — JACKSON, Miss. – It’s been almost 60 years since "I Love Lucy's" “Little Ricky” Keith Thibodeaux was adored by millions of Americans back in the 1950’s. Today the child star is all grown up and managing a Christian ballet studio called “Ballet Magnificat!” with his wife in Jackson, Mississippi.
More than half a century after his TV stardom, Thibodeaux said his faith in God is what keeps him going. “I found Jesus. And God did the work in my life.”
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Thibodeaux, the only living star from the "I Love Lucy" show, played the drums and acted as Lucy and Ricardo’s son. After making appearances on the "Andy Griffith Show" after "I Love Lucy," Thibodeaux says his Hollywood life took a dark turn.