With a successful career in music, television and film, there's no question Will Smith is one of the biggest triple-threats in show biz. Take our quiz to see how much you know about his life and career.
Just like his "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" character, Smith was born and raised in Philadelphia. Unlike his TV role, he was a good student born to middle-class parents.
Smith and friend DJ Jazzy Jeff released "Rock the House" three weeks before Smith's high school graduation.
Contrary to rumor, Smith never planned to attend MIT, and he was never offered a scholarship to the school.
The first rap Grammy went to Smith and Jazzy Jeff in 1988.
While Smith made more than a million dollars before he became an adult, financial troubles — particularly with the IRS — left him nearly broke by the time he hit 21.
"Fresh Prince" hit the airwaves in 1990 and lasted for six seasons.
Smith released "Homebase" in 1991, which featured the hit "Summertime." He released another album in 1993, all while filming his popular TV show.
Pinkett may have missed out on the role, but she and Smith stayed friends and later married.
Will played a gay street hustler in "Six Degrees of Separation" but requested a stand-in for a guy-on-guy kissing scene.
Martin Lawrence and Smith co-starred in the 1995 buddy-cop film.
Smith played a heroic air force pilot who battled aliens in the 1996 blockbuster.
Jones and Smith starred in the alien flick "Men in Black," which became one of the highest-grossing films of 1997.
"Big Willie Style" featured several hit singles, including the theme song to the "Men in Black" movie.
Smith played a caddy to Matt Damon in the 2000 flick.
Smith and Pinkett married Dec. 31, 1998, just outside of Baltimore, Maryland, Pinkett's hometown.
Smith turned down the role of Neo — which later went to Keanu Reeves.
Will skipped "The Matrix" in favor of "Wild Wild West," which made only $113 million in the U.S. but cost $200 million to make.
Smith earned an Oscar nomination for the 2001 film about boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Washington won for "Training Day." Halle Berry won for "Monster's Ball" that same year, making 2002 a groundbreaking year for African-American actors.
Smith earned an Oscar nod in 2007 for "The Pursuit of Happyness," but Forest Whitaker took the Best Actor honor over Smith.
Jaden was just 8 years old when he earned critical acclaim for his performance in "The Pursuit of Happyness."
"I Am Legend" was not only a classic Matheson novel but also a spin on the film "Omega Man."
Theron and Smith co-starred in "Hancock," where Will Smith played a superhero — sort of.
Smith plays Agent J in the film, which spawned two sequels, including "Men in Black III," which earned $624 million on a $215 million budget. Not bad for the third film in a franchise.
Smith's first romantic comedy, co-starring Eva Mendes, came out in 2005.
"Lost and Found" featured several hit singles, including "Switch" and "Party Starter."
Robbie and Smith get romantically involved in the dark comedy-thriller "Focus," which came out in 2015.
"Concussion" focuses on NFL players and the effects that repeated head trauma can have on their health.
Will Smith took on a Nigerian accent to play Dr. Bennet Omalu.
Will has three kids: Willow, Jaden and Willard, better known as Trey.