Adrian Holmes: ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ reboot star hits and kills man lying on highway

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” reboot star Adrian Holmes was reportedly involved in a fatal car crash involving a man lying on the Los Angeles Freeway on Monday evening October 18.

According to reports, the actor playing Uncle Phil in the reboot was heading south on Monday on Freeway 110 just north of Sunset Boulevard, when, at around 7:35 p.m., he struck an unidentified man who was lying in his bed. way.

Sources said TMZ that the ‘Bel-Air’ star couldn’t avoid hitting the man. Indeed, the person who was driving just behind him and who also made contact with the individual could not avoid the collision. The body of the unnamed man was reportedly pushed into the adjacent lane, where he was struck by a third car.


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The man is said to have suffered fatal injuries, and the cops are investigating what may have caused him to be there in the first place. Police sources told TMZ that drugs and alcohol would not be a factor for all drivers involved. They couldn’t tell if this was the case for the victim as well.

Last month, Peacock announced the cast for the “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” reboot. The series, known as “Bel-Air,” stars Cassandra Freeman as Vivian Banks, Olly Sholotan as Carlton Banks, Coco Jones as Hilary Banks, Akira Akbar as ‘Ashley Banks, Jimmy Akingbola as Geoffrey, Jordan L. Jones as Jazz and Simone Joy Jones as Lisa. Newcomer Jabari Banks as Will, played by Will Smith on the original ’90s sitcom.

Banks currently lives in West Philadelphia, also the birthplace of his character. He graduated from the Philadelphia University of the Arts in 2020. He is also a songwriter, singer, rapper, and basketball player. Banks said the show had a huge impact on his life, adding that he had already had his friends join him in dressing up as characters from the TV show while he was in high school.

‘Bel-Air’ is based on the viral video of the same name by Morgan Cooper, which reinvented the beloved sitcom directed by Will Smith as a drama series. Peacock gave the show a two-season commission. Set in America today, the series is described as a “dramatic hour-long analogue of the sitcom’s version that builds on the original premise” – Will’s complicated journey from the streets of Canada. West Philadelphia to the closed Bel-Air mansions.

Cooper is expected to be a co-writer, director, and executive producer. TJ Brady and Rasheed Newson will be co-showrunners and executive producers. Smith is also an executive producer with Quincy Jones, Benny Medina and the creators of the original series Andy and Susan Borowitz. Miguel Melendez and Terence Carter of Westbrook Studios will also be executive producers. Westbrook Studios and Universal Television will produce. UTV was also the studio behind the original show.

The original NBC show ran for six seasons from 1990 to 1996. It followed Will, who was sent by his mother to go live with his wealthy aunt and uncle at their mansion in Bel-Air, Los Angeles. The focal point of the show was Will’s working-class roots which were at odds with his wealthier parents – Uncle Phil, Aunt Vivian, and their children Hilary, Carlton and Ashley.

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