Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 1990-1996; Blossom (cameo) 1991.
NBC series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: How did this populair show start?
With musical success achieved, Smith expressed a desire to try acting to several business associates, including Warner Bros. executive Bunny Medina. It turned out that Medina, who was born poor in Los Angeles but lived as a teen with a rich Beverly Hills family, had been unsuccessfully pitching a sitcom based on his demographically diverse life. Smith would be perfect, Medina figured, as the protagonist in this fish-out-of-water-tale--a modern Beverly Hillbillies. According to Hollywood legend, Smith read the script for NBC's suits with such élan that they bought the concept on the spot. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air premiered in 1990 (10 Sep), and with its well-timed quips and pratfalls from Smith, the successful show stayed on the air for six years.
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Notable TV Guest Appearances: "Blossom" (1991), as himself
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TV-Cast:
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