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|“||Now this is the story all about how
My life got flipped, turned upside down
And I'd like to take a minute
Just sit right there
I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air
|~ Yo Home to Bel-Air, the intro to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, rapped by Will.|
Will is portrayed by his real life counterpart, who also portrayed Mike Lowrey in the Bad Boys film series, Steven Hiller in Independence Day, Agent J in the Men in Black film series, Deadshot in Suicide Squad, Genie in the Aladdin remake, and Henry Brogan and Junior in Gemini Man, and voices Oscar in Shark Tale and Lance Sterling in Spies in Disguise.
Will is a rebellious teenager who was born and raised in West Philadelphia. After getting into a street fight one day, he is sent by his mother to live in a mansion in the rich and luxurious neighborhood of Bel-Air in Los Angeles, with his Aunt Vivian and Uncle Phil to clean up his act, but he has other plans. Living as a street boy in a rich mansion generates amusing confusion. Despite his constant confusion, quirky personality, and lack of respect for sophistication and manners that suggest Will Smith is a foolish and irresponsible teenager, in more than one episode it is shown that he is a very intelligent scholar.
Will is often opposed to his cousin Carlton, pranking and belittling him, but more often than not, the two are two great friends and practically brothers, despite the competition. He also often irritates Philip with his ways, thus arguably making Philip the main antagonist of the show. Despite their differences, the two share a father-son bond, with Phil being a stand-in for Will's father who ran out on Will and his mother Vy.