Will Smith has revealed that he is still best known for his time on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
The Men in Black III actor starred in the sitcom for six seasons between 1990 and 1996, before becoming a leading Hollywood star and rap artist.
"I have done so many movies but in every country in the world that is the thing I am most known for, no matter how big the movies get," he told Graham Norton.
"As long as they are shouting 'Will' I am cool, I don't care what it's for."
Smith also spoke about being "broke" before he found success on the series after his debut rap album flopped in the US.
"Man, I spent it all. We had made millions of dollars and at such a young age you think it's going to last forever but by the time I was 19 I was broke. We put an album out that flopped and I was 'poor people' broke."
Fellow guest Gary Barlow later appeared to play the keyboard while Smith rapped the famous Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme tune on the show.