The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990 - 1996)

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990 - 1996)

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Series Info

Teenage Will moves from the tough streets of West Philadelphia to a posh mansion in Bel-Air, California.

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Seasons

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1995, NBC, 24 episodes

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1994, NBC, 25 episodes

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1993, NBC, 28 episodes

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1992, NBC, 24 episodes

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1991, NBC, 24 episodes

86%
Critics Consensus: Now this is the story of how Will Smith's career got flipped -- turned upside down -- from Top 40 rapper with bankable flair to a transcendent star in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

1990, NBC, 25 episodes

Cast

Will Smith
as Will Smith
James Avery
as Philip Banks
Janet Hubert
as Vivian Banks
Janet Hubert-Whitten
as Vivian Banks
Daphne Maxwell Reid
as Vivian Banks
Alfonso Ribeiro
as Carlton Banks
Karyn Parsons
as Hilary Banks
Tatyana Ali
as Ashley Banks
Tatyana M. Ali
as Ashley Banks
Ross Bagley
as Nicky Banks
Ross Elliot Bagley
as Nicky Banks
Tyra Banks
as Jackie Ames
Nia Long
as Claudia
Tyra
as Jackie
Jenifer Lewis
as Aunt Helen
Rene Jones
as Miss Sharpe
Virginia Capers
as Grandma Banks
Darryl Sivad
as Paramedic
Jonathan Emerson
as Edward Fellows III
Sherman Hemsley
as Judge Robertson
John Petlock
as Henry Furth
Paris Vaughn
as Melinda
Tim Haldeman
as Bailiff
Anastasia N. Ali
as Trick or Treater
David Bowe
as Director
Lee Cole
as Psycho on Train
Ricky Bell
as Himself
Sandy Frank
as Leonard
Max Maven
as The Great Mentos
Ian Williams
as Johnny Soccio
Norman Fell
as Landlord
Bill Cort
as Thorvald
Howard Mann
as Gorodetsky
Tom Henschel
as Greenspan
Tembe Locke
as Valerie
Don Lake
as Dr. Whitehorn
Armelia McQueen
as Judge Reynolds
Margaret Nagle
as Miss Jansen
Isabel Sanford
as Louise Jefferson
Edward Edwards
as Armstrong
Jeri Gray
as Elderly Lady #1
Anastasia Ali
as Little Ashley
Paige Carter
as Receptionist
Jack Tate
as Mitchell
Dominique Jennings
as Physical Therapist
Amy Hunter
as Samantha
Mark Arnott
as Prof. Kemp
Dominic Hoffman
as Dr. Kevarkian
Jay Leno
as Himself
Loretta Jean
as Elderly Lady #2
David Sterry
as Hollenbeck
Jim Fyfe
as Agent Moore
Nicole Black
as Reporter
Harriet Medin
as Elderly Woman
Chris Carroll
as Mr. Wilmore
Renée Jones
as Ms. Sharpe
Cheryl Maxfield
as Bikini Hostess
Narcissa Marte
as Stephanie
Mushond Lee
as Orlando
Lance Reed
as Ranger Franklin
Terry Kiser
as Mr. Hosek
John Ridley
as Himself
Brad Garrett
as John "Fingers" O'Neill
Ben Vereen
as Lou Smith
Cleto Augusto
as Director
Earl Carroll
as Bailiff
Pat Morita
as Mr. Yoshi
Enya Flack
as Carlotta
Bette Ford
as Madame Chatchka
James Tolkan
as Dr. B. Langford Oates
Victoria Rowell
as Mimi Mumford
Aaron Lustig
as Dr. Hangarter
Nita Whitaker
as Nurse Upton
Donayeis
as Big Ethel
Lora Temple
as Nurse Sigman
Matt Moore
as Player
Thomas Bellin
as Rude Old Guy
Cady Cantrell
as Playmate #3
Charlie Mack
as Charlie
Jeff Doucette
as Coach Kelly
David Wasson
as `Derek'
Ross Gottstein
as Male Nurse
Adam Drucker
as Frenchman
Isaac Hayes
as Minister
Mark Roberts
as Mr. Spiegel
Gilbert Lewis
as Grandpa Banks
Debra Mooney
as Nurse Petty
Susan Isaacs
as Casting Director
Laurel Moglen
as Elizabeth
Ron Perkins
as O'Donnell
Tom O'Rourke
as Jameson
Dan Desmond
as Sergeant
Rick Fitts
as Prof. Milligan
Maxine Waters
as Backup Singer
Marquita Terry
as Laqueesha
Stacey Dash
as Michelle Michaels
Phil Proctor
as Auctioneer
Robert Hooks
as Dean Morgan
Tyler David
as Timid Guy
Will Sasso
as Classmate
Samantha Dorman
as Playmate #4
David Drew Gallagher
as Nerdy Frat Guy #1
Macon McCalman
as Dr. Baylor
A.J. Johnson
as Christina
Don Cheadle
as Ice Tray
Greg Travis
as Comedian
J.D. Hall
as Charlie the Mack
Richard McKenzie
as Judge Wilson
Ken Ober
as Howard
Kym Newberry
as Beautician
Julia Waters
as Backup Singer
Tembi Locke
as Valerie
Susan Powter
as Herself
Monalisa Young
as Backup Singer
Pia Reyes
as Playmate #5
Julie Lloyd
as Registrar
Ryan Holihan
as Nerdy Frat Guy #2
Helen Page Camp
as Margaret Furth
Tim Russ
as Eugene
Cal Gibson
as Choirmaster Hawkins
Donald Welch
as Det. Simms
Tamra Meskimen
as Spokeswoman
Eda Reiss Merin
as Mrs. Sweeting
John Wesley
as Dr. Hoover
Richardson Morse
as Dr. Finkleman
Michael Whaley
as Young Philip
Jack Heller
as Philippe
Marge Kotlisky
as Mrs. De Wynter
Rob Moore
as Nerdy Frat Guy #3
Tom Virtue
as Forest Ranger
Tom Devanney
as Karaoke Singer
Jay Bell
as Sandford
Tina Lifford
as Mrs. Hoover
Cynthia Szigeti
as Mrs. Griffin
DeVaughn Nixon
as Shaquille
Gregory White
as Minister
Carl Gilliard
as Defense Attorney
Sunday Theodore
as Sperm-Bank Clerk
B.J. Jefferson
as Ms. Rinkoff
Marc Epstein
as Marshal
Don Amendolia
as Cummings
Joan Van Ark
as Jewel Pemberton
Mark Phelan
as Lt. Hendricks
Monica Guy
as Danielle
Bever-Leigh Banfield
as Prof. Robinson
Dell Yount
as Dr. Kramer
Docter Dre
as Himself
Gregory Fleming
as Preppy Frat Guy #1
Denyn Pysz
as Young Republican
Shawn Murray
as Veronica
Amarilis
as Leslie
Wayne Newton
as Casino Manager
Rosa Nevin
as Francesca
John Beradino
as Dr. Harding
Eyde Byrde
as Nurse Irene
Mimi Cozzens
as Mrs. Pullman
June Christopher
as Luther's Lawyer
Steve Minsky
as Preppy Frat Guy #2
David Downing
as Master of Ceremonies
Scott Michael Morgan
as Preppy Frat Guy #3
Melvin Jones
as Tough Guy
Nancy Saenz
as Teacher
Anna Maria Horsford
as Karen Caruthers
Paige Pengra
as Tiffany
David Nelson
as Boyfriend
Marla Gibbs
as Florence Johston
Jasmine Guy
as Kayla Samuels
Ramon Choyce
as Barkley
Mary Watson
as Monique
Ralph Manza
as Bellman
Conrad Bain
as Philip Drummond
Maxine Waters Willard
as Backup Singer
Al B. Sure!
as Himself
Al Fann
as Herman Clifford
Maxine Waters
as Backup Singer
Kevin Brief
as Mr. Bradley
Chris Rock
as Maurice Perry
Sherrie Krenn
as Lady Penelope
Joel Madison
as Mr. Stimple
Kathleen McClellan
as Nurse Bonnie
Rosalind Cash
as Mrs. Bassin
William Glover
as Lord Fowler
Bobby Hosea
as Dr. Alec Hudson
Jake Price
as Randolph
William Cort
as Headmaster Thorvald
Patricia Clipper
as Pen Salesperson
Spankee Rogers
as Party Guest #2
John Towey
as Country Club Rep
Kelly Connell
as Gadgets Salesperson
Rusty Colemon
as Stage Manager
Reverend Roundtree
as Rev. Gordon Sims
Teresa Cook
as Flight Attendant
Greg Kovan
as Croupier
Garon Grigsby
as Skip Nesbitt
Anthony Auer
as Newscaster
Tim Jones
as Stage Manager
Zaid Farid
as Workman
Herman Cox
as Heckler
Edye Byrde
as Nurse Irene
Pancho Demmings
as Handsome Man
Tim Silva
as Jury Foreman
Susan Bambara
as Dealer #1
Justin Moran Shenkarow
as Kevin Driscoll
Shaun Baker
as Bystander
Gary Leroi Gray
as Young Carlton
Stephanie Sawyer
as Little Girl
Galyn Gorg
as Helena
Marlon Archey
as Hygienist
Lynn A. Henderson
as Stage Manager
Farrell Mayer
as Dealer #2
Jaclyn Bernstein
as Girl at Party
Heavy D
as Himself
Monica Beavers
as Cheerleader #1
Tom Holiday
as Handsome Man
Dale Jones
as Sheriff
Dr. Dre
as Himself
Kathleen McClennan
as Nurse Bonnie
Ronnie DeVoe
as Himself
Boyz II Men
as Themselves
Grinnell Morris
as Yuppie in Bar
John David Conti
as Joe Winters
Judy Gillett
as Beautiful Woman
Davida Williams
as Blue Bird #1
Patty Holley
as Security Guard
Bruce Fine
as Announcer
Mike Devey
as Dealer #3
Rolondas Herdricks
as Security Guard
William Corl
as Headmaster Thorvald
Kyausha Simpson
as Cheerleader #2
Marj Dusay
as Sarah Carnegie
Nancy Saentz
as Teacher
Lou Felder
as Howard Marshall
General James
as Audience Member
William Hubbard Knight
as Funeral Official
Jeremiah Kennedy
as Carlton Jr.
LaRita Shelby
as Young Vivian
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date:
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Quincy Jones, Will Smith, Winifred Hervey, Kevin Wendle
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