Alfonso Ribeiro on his role as Carlton in ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’: “It made me never act again”

Alfonso Ribeiro is one of the most remembered names in the history of American TV series with his time on the series ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’. The actor played Carlton, a character that gave him both pleasure and joy for six seasons, and he said in an interview with Closer Weekly: “I used to say Carlton was the best and worst thing that ever happened to me“.

“It was one of the best characters I’ve ever had the chance to play. But It was the character that made me never act again.Because people couldn’t see me doing anything else. Sacrifice wasn’t about having a career anymore“, the actor commented in his statements to this media outlet.

It’s not all bad in Ribeiro’s recollections of his experience on ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,’ but he also revealed that he misses “spending time” with the show’s cast: “We went to the dressing room before each episode. Will SmithWe played music and danced To get the energy needed to be ready to record.

The actor also admitted that he has great memories of the dance show ‘Dancing with the Stars’, where he currently co-hosts: “My happiest moments at the professional level are the victories I have won. Dancing with the Stars and I end up being its host.”

Source: Informacion

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