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When you interview Jaleel White about his 36-year career in show business, there’s inevitably an elephant in the room — and it’s wearing suspenders.
For nine seasons, White played catchphrase-spouting supernerd Steve Urkel on ABC’s Family Matters, a character so beloved by audiences that it saved the then-struggling sitcom from an untimely cancelation. But since the show signed off after its nine-season run on ABC (and then CBS) in 1997, it has been a difficult legacy for White to shake. While this is in many ways a testament to how good he was in the role, it’s an association not every former child star would embrace.
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By the middle of Family Matters’ first season, the world was introduced to Steve Urkel (Jaleel White). The high-pants-wearing caricature of a nerd was like a fourth child for the Winslows—so much so that the producers of the show eventually decided that the Winslows needed only two children. …And to this day in pop culture, many people reference the fact that Foxworth’s character, Judy, was sent to her room and was never to be seen again.
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Many people, especially the ladies, are familiar with Tank based on his good looks, muscular physique, and last but not least, his soulful voice. Over the last two decades, the R&B veteran released several hits including, “Please Don’t Go,” “Heartbreaker,” “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” “You Don’t Know,” and his signature hit, “Maybe I Deserve.” He also collaborated with some heavy hitters in the game including Wale, Chris Brown, Ginuwine, Tyrese, Jon B, Trey Songz, and the late Aaliyah. Along with singing, Tank is known for his songwriting talent. His body of work exemplifies originality and creativity as he continues to step out of the box musically. He steers an explosive situation into calmer waters with his music.
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