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He guest-starred on an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air playing the role of Hilary's boyfriend, and has directed several music videos including British R&B group Five Star's "I Love You For Sentimental Reasons" (1994) as well as many sitcom episodes including The Cosby Show, All that, Kenan & Kel, and Malcolm & Eddie.
Also In 1988 Warner was In New Edition's 1988 Music Video N. In addition, Warner directed the acclaimed, teen-oriented public health video Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You (1992), which featured Arsenio Hall and Earvin "Magic" Johnson discussing the realities of HIV and AIDS and the best ways to prevent its spread.
Warner continued his career on the CBS sitcom Listen Up!
with Jason Alexander and the host of the literacy-promoting children's show CBS Storybreak.
Warner auditioned for the role on the very last day of the nationwide search and was chosen by Cosby himself.
He also starred in Jeremiah, was the voice of The Producer character on The Magic School Bus and co-starred with comedian Eddie Griffin for four years on the UPN sitcom Malcolm & Eddie.
After over two years of dating, Malcolm-Jamal Warner has split with girlfriend Regina King, a source confirms to Us Weekly -- and it wasn't the most amicable of partings.
At this age, there is nothing he has not achieved as an actor and after being so popular and so successful; he is still thriving for more."She's still very brokenhearted," says the insider of the -- the twosome only rarely opened up about their romance. "I believe the universe has a plan, and we probably wouldn’t have been ready years ago. , the narrative was clear: this was to be a vital moment in scripted television.A college-educated, African-American couple in love and on television? The original show costarred and was executive produced by both Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Tracee Ellis Ross—two television vets who delivered a picture of Black, educated, upper class-dom for the masses through their former shows, comparisons, and expectations were high.