Bel-Air: Meet the main cast of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot

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Peacock has finally revealed the full main cast of Bel-Air.

A reboot of the ‘90s NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air starring Will Smith, Bel-Air is a serialized one-hour drama set in modern-day America. Just like the original, the reboot will follow the lead character, Will, as he embarks on a journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air. With a reimagined vision, Bel-Air will dive deeper into the inherent conflicts, emotions, and biases that are impossible to fully explore in a 30-minute sitcom format. The reboot will tackle serious issues of race, class, and other concerns of modern African-American youth, while still delivering swagger and nods to the original show.

As revealed on September 1st, newcomer Jabari Banks will play Will, the character portrayed by Smith on the original show. Banks learned that he got the role after Smith video called him to deliver the great news. Watch the touching moment in the video below:

Will Smith Reveals Casting of Will for Bel-Air | Peacock Originals

Almost two weeks after that, on September 14th, Peacock announced the rest of the show’s main cast:

Peacock's Bel-Air main cast

  • Adrian Holmes as Phillip Banks (At That Age, V Wars)
  • Cassandra Freeman as Vivian Banks (The Enemy Within, Atlanta)
  • Olly Sholotan as Carlton Banks (Run Hide Fight, Evolution of Nate Gibson)
  • Coco Jones as Hilary Banks (Let it Shine, Vampires vs. The Bronx)
  • Akira Akbar as Ashley Banks (We Can Be Heroes, Captain Marvel)
  • Jimmy Akingbola as Geoffrey (Most Dangerous Game, In the Long Run)
  • Jordan L. Jones as Jazz (Rel, Snowfall)
  • Simone Joy Jones as Lisa (The Chair, What If)

Hailed from Universal Television and Westbrook Studios, Bel-Air is executive produced by Smith, co-showrunners T.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson, and director-writer Morgan Cooper. Also executive producing the series are Terence Carter, James Lassiter, Miguel Melendez, Malcolm Spellman, Quincy Jones, Benny Medina, and Andy & Susan Borowitz.

Bel-Air, which has already been renewed for a second season, is currently filming in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. There’s no word yet on when it will premiere on Peacock.

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