In an interview that will air on Sunday, White opened up about his past on the show and remembers his late co-star Michelle Thomas.
In a recent interview Jaleel White Revealed that he was “not welcoming” for the hit sitcom actor of the ’90s. Family matters.
Steve Urkel is one of the most iconic sitcom characters of all time, and White’s turn as the classic “geek” character proved to be so popular that it helped the show from being canceled. Technically due to struggling with ratings
However, in a recent interview, White was digging into his past on the sitcom, revealing that while he was clearly the star of the show, the actor was not necessarily welcoming the young actor with that weapon. Wide open
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White is set to appear in an episode of TV One. UncensoredWhere he contributed to the history of his iconic roles and moments. Family matters.
In the trailer, White explains, “I wasn’t welcomed by the actors at all. They know what it is… I don’t think there will be a show. Family matters Because it should be one of the guests and it’s done. “
Later in the clip, White also describes his reaction to the famous Steve Urquelle and Stefan Urquelle characters.
In an example, he tells us, “I am not as careful of Stephan’s phenomenon as everyone thought I was.”
The actor later opened up about his late co-star. Michelle ThomasWho died in 1998 of stomach cancer at the age of 30, she played his girlfriend on the show.
He said in the clip, “Michelle Thomas has become very special… I can’t say your name or I will cry,” he said, unable to hold back tears.
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Family matters The actors came together in 2017 to officially reunite with Entertainment WeeklyAt the time, White admitted that Thomas didn’t take a photo on Instagram and called her “Little Sunshine,” he said in the caption, “The reunion would not be complete without me. Recognize our beloved Michelle Thomas 🙏🏽 This little sunbeam brought me some of the best humorous moments I have ever played on screen. Michelle’s smile never brightens your day and I will forever miss my bubbly Myra Monkhouse. # RIP😔1968-1998❤️ I love you Michelle # Prayerup🙏🏽 “
An episode of Jaleel White in Uncensored It will air this Sunday at 10 p.m. EST on TV One.
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