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He Makes This Look GOOD (Happy Birthday Will Smith!)

 As an '80's kid, I would always tease my little brother about how my decade was better than his decade...The '90's. Which with hindsight was an absolutely stupid thing to say. Because The '90's was a great decade. Probably the last great decade. The decade that gave me childhood joy (I was a teenager after all). It had Michael Jordan's legendary basketball dynasty, grunge and hip hop making their marks, and the last strong era of VHS rental stores to name a few things. And there was "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air." 

Originally airing on September 10th, 1990, it created a star out of young rapper Will Smith. He was an absolute joy to behold every week and as the years went by you can see his rapid improvement as a top young actor.

He would appear in hits like "Bad Boys," but it would be the science fiction genre that would put him over the top as the most bankable star in Hollywood. 1996's "Independence Day," a modern day ode to the classic alien invasion film would be a blockbuster...and that would soon be followed up with 1997's "Men In Black." Also a blockbuster, his mark on the genre would be complete. For not only would he appear in two more sequels, but he would appear in science fiction hits like "I, Robot," "I Am Legend" (a remake of Vincent Price's "The Last Man On Earth"), and "After Earth."

His eventual blossoming into a strong actor recognized by his peers would come with Oscar nominations for "Ali" and "The Pursuit Of Happyness" and a Golden Globe win for "Concussion." 

The world is all the richer with the great Will Smith in it. Happy Birthday Big Willie Style! Always ready and willing to see what you have in store next...

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