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As an actor, producer and musician, two-time Academy Award nominee and GRAMMY Award winner WILL SMITH (Genie) has enjoyed a diverse career encompassing films, television and multi platinum records.

Smith's vast filmography includes transformative portrayals of true-life icons in "Ali," "The Pursuit of Happyness" and "Concussion." He has headlined an extraordinary list of films, including "Hitch," "I am Legend," "I, Robot," "Independence Day," "Men in Black I, II, and III" and "Suicide Squad." He was most recently seen in Netflix's fantasy cop drama "Bright," which streamed to a staggering 11 million viewers in its first three days on the platform. The movie has since been tapped for a sequel.

This year, Smith will star in three films starting with Disney's live-action "Aladdin" in the iconic role of the Genie, directed by Guy Ritchie and in theatres May 24, 2019. In the fall, he will lend his voice to 20th Century FOX Animation's "Spies in Disguise," alongside Tom Holland and will star in Ang Lee's "Gemini Man." Smith can be seen in his Facebook Watch's "Will Smith's Bucket List," where he completes a different item from his bucket list each week, including performing standup comedy with Dave Chappelle, skydiving in Dubai, swimming with sharks and racing a Formula 1 car in Abu Dhabi.

Smith is currently in production on Sony's "Bad Boys for Life," in which he will once again reprise his role as Mike Lowrey opposite Martin Lawrence as Marcus Burnett. The movie is set for an early 2020 release. He will next go into production on "King Richard," where Smith will play the titular role of Richard Williams, the father of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams. He began his career as a musician selling millions of records worldwide before crossing over into television with the beloved "Fresh Prince of Bel Air." In 1998, he and partner James Lassiter founded production and management company Overbrook Entertainment, which has produced numerous top film and television projects.

In addition to his artistic achievements, he founded the Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation with his wife, Jada. WJSFF is a nonprofit, philanthropic organization committed to improving lives and investing in organizations and initiatives that empower traditionally overlooked communities.

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