Will Smith: King of Cool
Noted entertainment writer Brian Robb opens a window onto the life of talented actor and rap artist Will Smith, in a new photobiography sure to please his many fans. Smith's talents emerged at an early age. At 12, he teamed up with a neighborhood friend to form DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. By the time he was 21, his fame in the hip-hop world had catapulted him into the television spotlight of the hugely successful sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel Air. It's been history ever since. Smith, with his charismatic smile, has a quadruple platinum album on the charts, and a string of hit movies to his credit, including Independence Day and Enemy of the State.
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