One of the most removable stars in Hollywood is Will Smith, an Oscar-nominated actor and rapper. Over the years, millions of records have been sold by him using the moniker 'The Fresh Prince'; and he acted in some compelling films, establishing himself as an A list actor firmly. Here's a look at his career.
Smith was born on September 25, 1968, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U., to Caroline and Willard Smith. He started rapping when he was 12, and his rms came fast, mixed with funny elements and clean lyrics, a trademark and he earned the nickname 'Prince.'
It was 16 years old when he met Jeff Townes' future party at a party. The hip-hop duo created music under the name DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. They released their debut album, "Rock the House," in 1987 and set the Billboard 200. Their single, "Parents Just Don" Understand "(1988), won a Grammy for Best Rap performance. “Summertime” (1991) was the most successful and best song they performed in the US and UK, while Duo or Group won the Rapmy Performance for the Best Rap.
His first major break was as an actor in the sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (1990-96). He played a smart street teenager to live with his uncle and aunt rich in Bel-Air's rich neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, U .. The show was held for six seasons and Smith won several awards for acting.
One of his early filming roles was in the comedy "Made in America" (1993), and Whoopi Goldberg as a mother whose daughter (Nia Long) discovered that she had designed sperm from a white donor ( Ted Danson). Smith played a favorite friend with the best daughter and friend, providing irritant relief.
In 1993, it appeared in "Six Degre of Separation," which inspired the true story of the conman David Hampton. Smith was a hustler who claims to be the son of actor Sidney Poitier and convinces a rich New York couple (Donald Sutherland and Stockard Channing) to let him stay with them.
Then he became a star in the film "Bad Boys" (1995). Smith's parity with Martin Lawrence helped the film to complete over $ 140 million worldwide.
His 1996 film, "Independence Day", was the biggest film released in the year. Smith played a Marine Corps pilot who goes to a plot to attack aliens by invasion of the Earth. The Oscar film won for his visual and Grammy effects for his score.
He delivered another commercial hit in 1997, starring Tommy Lee Jones in the first film of the "Men in Black" franchise. The film is very much based on a series of comic books, and the film Agent K (Jones) and J (Smith) follow as they protect the Earth from threats outside the country. In addition, Smith played a Grammy winning winning song – his first single singles.
He showed his versatility as an actor when he was lawyer, Robert Clayton Dean, in "The Enemy of the State" (1998). The revised role gave him an opportunity to reflect ordinary people who are thrown in extraordinary circumstances, having come to evidence at top politician incrimination.
"Wild Wild West" (1999) Smith was a commercial disappointment. He chaired Kevin Kline in this action comedy set in a steampunk version of the Old West. The special effects added to the story but the film proved that Smith's power star could pull into the crowds – he had one of the highest open weekends in the year.
He earned his first Oscar nomination for Best Actress for 2001 sports film "Ali." Praise of Muhammad Ali – based on 10 years of life of the legendary heavy messengers – was suggested for "complexity of the fighter with apparently unprecedented effort," according to Rolling Stone.
The star was back as Agent J in "Men in Black II" (2002), the first sequence of "Men in Black." It was apportioned to its inexhaustible plot but was commercially good, and was left on No. 1 even in his second weekend in the United States.
He then reconnected with Martin Lawrence for "Bad Boys II" (2003). The comic activity sequence received negative reviews, while the reviewer Richard Roeper was ranked as one of the worst films in the year.
2004 film saw "I, Robot" Smith as a detective investigating a murder in a world where robots are ubiquitous. He was nominated for an Oscar for his visual impact.
He looked into an animation with the film "Shark Tale," where Oscar spoke, a cleaner and greener fish (L) that fits to improve his job in the community. In general, the film earned positive reviews and was nominated for Best Livestock Element.
He was treated as a professional dating coach who was talking slick in "Hitch" (2005), which became one of the highest films per year. In the romcom, Smith meets with his game when he comes across Sara (Eva Mendes), who seems to have immunity to his charms.
The rise in his life resulted in the biopoly "The Pursuit of Happyness" (2006). The actor was nominated for a Golden Globe and Oscar for playing on a salesman whose life is being destroyed as he tries to end his head while caring for his son. His real son, Jaden, played his son on the screen in the first time.
He delivered another commendable performance in the 2007 film "I Am Legend." In this post-apocalyptic action film, Smith plays a virologist who may be a sole survivor of a viral outbreak. Commercial and critical success, he won a Saturn Award for Best Actor.
This was seen as an alcoholic, depressive, careless and immoral superhero in "Hancock" (2008) – departing from his clean-cut roles to date. Smith won several nominations for his performance.
In "Men in Black 3" (2012) – the final installment of the series – Smith repeated his role as Agent J, traveling back in time to save his party and the world.
In 2013 he did, and was solved and gave the original idea of M. Night Shyamalan's sci-fi adventure "After Earth." The second time that Smith acted with his son, Jaden. However, the critics showed the film and commercial failure.
In the Conman drama "Focus" (2015), Smith's character mentoring was seen and fell out of his beautiful appearance, which was played by Margot Robbie. While the film performed well, more than $ 159 million was made against its $ 50.1 million budget, and criticism of the plot.
In "Concussion" (2015), Smith played a doctor who was fighting against the National Football League (NFL), who wanted to remove his research into brain damage involving NFL athletes. Her role received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
In 2016, he played DC-antihero and Deadshot assassin in "Suicide Squad." While the open weekend was highest there ever for release in August, it usually received negative reviews of its plot and direction. However, Smith received a number of nominations at the People's Choice Awards and Teenage Choice Awards.
Smith appeared in the film Netflix "Bright" in 2017, accompanied by Joel Edgerton who played the orc. The duo co-operates in a world where people live with fiery creatures. The two come across an ancient army that everyone is happy to kill.
Despite enjoying an active and critical success and commercial career, Smith continued to record his dream. His first solo album, "Big Willie Style" (1997), went a lot of platinum in the U.K and in U., and he won a Grammy for the single "Gettin" Jiggy wit It. " The same success as the second album, "Willennium" (1999).
However, his following albums, "Born to Reign" (2002) and "Lost and Found" (2005), failed to replicate that success. In 2017, he returned with Jeff Jazzy DJ after 12 years, and the duo was performing at a couple of concerts together.
Smith performed the official FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia, "Live It Up," by Nicky Jam and Ré Istrefi, at the closing ceremony of the event.
He made his first comedy stand in September 2018 during a show hosted by Dave Chappelle at the Peppermint Club in Los Angeles, California, USA. He introduced his upcoming project “The Bucket List,” where he will end his comfort zone for bunker-jumping events over the Grand Canyon and more.
Smith won his biggest office success in the live-action version of "Aladdin," Disney was released in May 2019. The film continued to complement over $ 1 billion worldwide to become Smith's gross film, at go over "Independence Day."
Smith's latest film is "Gemini Man," led by Ang Lee. In addition, Smith gives an insight into a assassin who battles a younger version of cloning.
His projects include "Bad Boys 4," "Spies in Disguise," and playing the Venus tennis stars and Serena Williams' father in "King Richard."
Will Smith was "deeply insecure" about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's band with Tupac.
The actress had close friends and Girls; with Tupac Shakur's late musical legend – she met her when they both attended the School of Arts for the Arts – and while the two stayed closely until Tupac went in 1996, Will, husband admitted Jada was hard to see it as close to another man.
Will – who married Jada in 1997 – argues that he knew there was nothing romantic between Jada and Tupac, but he said it was difficult for the friendly band to talk to the hip hop icon.
He explained, during his being 'The Breakfast Club'; with Charlamagne God: "I could never open to interact with Pac. You know, because we had a little thing. You know, they grew up together and they loved But they didn't have sex relationships but they were in that age where there was a chance now and then Jada was with me, so PAC had something on that, but she loved him as he was the image of perfection, but she was with the & # 39; Fresh Prince '.
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(Pictured) At the EMA Awards in Burbank, California, U., on October 22, 2016.
At the White House Dinner Correspondents Association in Washington, D.C., U., on April 30, 2016.
At the NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Hall in Pasadena, California, U. 5, 2016.
At Golden Globe Awards held at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, U., on January 10, 2016.
At Variety Creative Impact Awards and "10 Directors with Watch" at the Palm Springs Parker in Palm Springs, California, on January 3, 2016.
At the Diamond Ball at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California, on December 10, 2015.
At the premiere of Warner Bros. "Focus". Pictures (2015) at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, California, U., on February 24, 2015.
At the premiere of “Free Angela and All Political Prisoners” (2012) in New York City, New York, on 3 April 2013.
At the first “Free Angela and All Political Prisoners” performance during the Toronto International Film Festival, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada, on September 9, 2012.
At the premiere "Men In Black 3" at Ziegfeld Theater in New York on May 23, 2012.
During the Eastern Congress semi-final between the 76ers Philadelphia and Boston Celtics at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, U., on May 21, 2012.
Open Open Mutua Madrid in Madrid, Spain, on May 13, 2012.
At the first “Men In Black 3 (2012) performance at Caja Mágica in Madrid on May 13, 2012.
At the premiere "Men in Black 3" at Times Square in Seoul, South Korea, on May 7, 2012.
At Incheon International Airport in South Korea on May 6, 2012.
At the Miami Heat vs. the 76ers Philadelphia game at Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, U., on March 16, 2012.
At Philadelphia 76ers vs. Charlotte Bobcats game at Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, on January 27, 2012.
At the Butterfly Gala hosted by the Foundation Lupus of America at Oriental Mandarin Hotel in New York City, September 14, 2010.
At the Columbia Pictures (2010) premiere of “The Karate Kid” (2010) held at Mann Village Theater in Westwood, California, U., on June 7, 2010.
At the TEN Upfront presentation at Hammerstein's Ball Room in New York on May 19, 2010.
At the Annual Red Cross of The Red Red Tie Affair at Santa Monica at the Fairmont Hotel Miramar in Santa Monica, April 17, 2010.
A Concert held the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo Spektrum in Oslo, Norway on 11 December, 2009.
At the world premiere of "Lakeview Terrace" (2008) at AMC Lincoln Square in New York on September 15, 2008.
During a restaurant leave in Beverly Hills on February 27, 2008.
At the Nominated Lunch at the Academy Awards at Beverly Hilton Hotel on 5 February, 2007.
At Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on January 15, 2007.
The Museum of Moving Image makes a debate on Will Smith, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York on December 3, 2006.
With Willow's daughter at the premiere "Shark Tale" (2004) in New York on September 27, 2004.
At the first performance of "Bad Boys II" in Westwood on July 9, 2003.
At the Broadcasting Broadcasters Broadcasting Awards in Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills on January 11, 2002.
Photo on February 25, 1998.
At the Music Train Soul Awards at the Shrine Hall in Los Angeles on 7 March 1997.
At the MTV Video Music Awards in New York City on 4 September, 1997.
Although Will, 51, had a great chance to make his own friendship with Tupac, he says he kept it back.
He said: "I couldn't even, we were in the room together a few times and I couldn't talk to him. I don't know, he didn't talk to me if I wasn't to talk to him."
Charlamagne then said that he thought Will and Tupac would be very similar spirits, and the star acknowledged 'Suicide Squad & 39'; that he regretted not attempting to be friends with the late star.
He said: "That is what Jada would say all the time. Like, I'm telling you, you're so similar that you will love him, and I didn't … I never had a big regret. I couldn't handle it, I was on the soft rapper from Philly and it was Pac. You know what I mean? I was deep, insecure, and I didn't have enough men to handle that relationship. "