March 26, 2019
If you watched "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" back in the days, then you will surely remember one of the show’s favorite characters, Little Nicky. He is not so "little" anymore, and now he is all grown up and has a son as well.
Ross Bagley is enjoying his time these days and has a mini-me to share these moments with. The father posted an adorable picture of him with his cute son, Reece on Instagram.
The NBC sitcom aired for six years and Ross’ character, Little Nicky is an all-time favorite. The cast was a cousin to actor Will Smith (Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) and the youngest child of Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv in the series. Bagley appeared for the first time on the show in season five and added comic relief, motivation and emotional touch to the series.
This endeared him to many fans of the sitcom and made him famous. However, very little was heard about him after the series stopped airing in 1996, at least not until recently.
In an image shared on his Instagram page, Ross can be seen seated on the stairs beside his toddler looking straight at the camera with a pose. He captioned the picture “REB x REB” hinting at the similar initials he shares with his child.
Many reactions trailed the cute picture. Many couldn't hide their surprise at how fast "Lil Nicky" has grown and were equally amazed that he also now has a ‘Mini-me."
"Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" is not Bagley's only known project. The 30-year-old took up acting at a young age and appeared in movies such as "The Little Rascals." But it was his appearance in the NBC sitcom that brought him to the limelight and won him two "Young Artist Awards."
Other movies that Reece appeared in include the original "Independence Day" where he played the role of Dylan Dubrow Hiller, stepson to Will Smith’s character. He also took up a position in another NBC series, "Providence," and played the voice of a monkey in the Wild Thornberrys.
Now the star is ready to step back into the spotlight after a long hiatus. Who knows, maybe Reece will take after his father and go into acting.
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