Als Steve Urkel war Jaleel White ein tollpatschiger Geselle und vor allem: Zuschauer-Liebling. Er verschmolz so sehr mit seiner Rolle, dass es. Steven Quincy Urkel ist eine fiktive Figur in der ABC / CBS-Sitcom Family Matters, die von Jaleel White porträtiert wurde. Ursprünglich als einmaliger Charakter in der Serie geplant, wurde er bald zum beliebtesten Charakter und wurde allmählich zu. Jaleel White wurde durch seine Darstellung von Steve Urkel während der Laufzeit der Serie zu einem bekannten Fernsehstar. Allerdings war er durch diesen.
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Steven Quincy Urkel ist eine fiktive Figur in der ABC / CBS-Sitcom Family Matters, die von Jaleel White porträtiert wurde. Ursprünglich als einmaliger Charakter in der Serie geplant, wurde er bald zum beliebtesten Charakter und wurde allmählich zu. Jaleel White wurde durch seine Darstellung von Steve Urkel während der Laufzeit der Serie zu einem bekannten Fernsehstar. Allerdings war er durch diesen. Steven „Steve“ Quincy Urkel ist der Nachbarssohn und besucht die Familie regelmäßig in jeder Folge (abgesehen von den ersten Episoden), bevor er ab der 7. Als Steve Urkel war Jaleel White ein tollpatschiger Geselle und vor allem: Zuschauer-Liebling. Er verschmolz so sehr mit seiner Rolle, dass es. "Steve Urkel" aus "Alle unter einem Dach" war einer DER Sitcom-Stars der er Jahre. So sexy und cool ist Jaleel White heute! Need we repeat that '90s costumes are all the rage? Break out the suspenders and go for some nostalgia as Steve Urkel. More ideas: Underworld, Ursula from. von 93 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für Bekleidung: "Steve Urkel". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien.
Need we repeat that '90s costumes are all the rage? Break out the suspenders and go for some nostalgia as Steve Urkel. More ideas: Underworld, Ursula from. Steven „Steve“ Quincy Urkel ist der Nachbarssohn und besucht die Familie regelmäßig in jeder Folge (abgesehen von den ersten Episoden), bevor er ab der 7. von 93 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für Bekleidung: "Steve Urkel". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien.
He soon became a recurring character, and joined the main cast beginning with the season two premiere "Rachel's Place". Family Matters co-creator Michael Warren named the character after his friend, writer and director Steve Erkel.
Due to the show and the character's tremendous popularity during the early s, Erkel encountered difficulties using his own name; he received many prank phone calls from "Laura" asking for "Steve", and businesses found his name to be suspicious.
Warren stated that had he known that the character would reappear for years he would not have named him after his friend. An archetypal nerd, Steve Urkel is characterized as kind and well-meaning, but bungling and a meddler.
He is fiercely protective of and obsessed with his unrequited love Laura Winslow, and this admiration extends to the rest of the Winslow family.
However, Steve is comically clumsy and inept and his attempts to help the Winslows usually go awry. This puts him at odds with the family patriarch Carl , who routinely throws Urkel out of his house.
He has shown to take responsibility for his own mistakes and reimburses the Winslows for the damages he's done. Steve is close to Mother Winslow who is delighted each time he comes over much to Carl's chagrin.
Later episodes suggest that Steve's attachment to the Winslows stems from his bad relationship with his own family. Urkel often hints that most of his relatives, including his unseen parents, despise him and refuse to associate with him.
This culminates in the two moving to Russia without him, whereupon he moves in with the Winslows. The show has also revealed that Steve at least has four relatives who care about him in Uncle Ernie who owns a horse trailer, Uncle Cecil who despite his gambling problems come over to the Urkel home to keep an eye on him, Aunt Oona from Altoona whom is like a mother to him and Myrtle.
Urkel dresses unfashionably for someone his age he is most commonly seen wearing suspenders, brightly colored shirts, and high water pants and has a number of eccentric hobbies and interests, including polka dancing and accordion playing.
His motor vehicle of choice is the small three-wheeled Isetta. Unlike his friends, he has little interest in popular culture and athletic endeavors.
This has caused Myra to be attracted to Urkel herself due to them not being interested in pop culture. While he is unpopular with his schoolmates, Urkel is a brilliant student and is on a first-name basis with his teachers.
He is a genius inventor as well, and his fantastical but unreliable gadgets including a transformation device and a time machine are central to many Family Matters plots and gags.
Urkel also has an adept sense of lawbreaking which involves peer pressure. This has been explored four times, mainly with Eddie since he often has to learn his lesson the hard way when he finds himself in situations outside his control.
During the season five episode "Dr. Urkel and Mr. Cool", in a takeoff on The Nutty Professor films, Urkel devises a plan to win Laura's heart: transforming his DNA using a serum, which suppresses his "nerd genes " and brings out his "cool" genes.
This results in the alter ego known as Stefan Urquelle , played by Jaleel White in more casual attire. Initially, Laura is enamored with the smoother Stefan, but asks that he turn back into Steve when Stefan's self-centeredness makes itself apparent.
Steve improves the formula in the season five episode "Stefan Returns" to reduce its negative effects on his personality, and invents a "transformation chamber" allowing him to become Stefan at will.
He would change into Stefan several times — even while dating Myra — but some circumstance would force Steve to turn into his normal self again.
With his narcissistic tendencies toned down, Laura falls deeply in love with Steve's alter-ego. In the seventh-season finale "Send in the Clones", Steve creates a cloning machine and winds up creating a perfect duplicate of himself.
Myra is initially excited, but eventually realizes that two Steves are just too much. To clear up the situation, Laura proposes that one of the Steves be permanently turned into Stefan, so that she and Myra can both be with the one they love.
This Stefan becomes a recurring character and eventually proposes to Laura in the ninth season. Stefan departs and is not seen again. In , Westside Middle School in Memphis , Tennessee outlined its dress code policy on sagging pants, asking students to pull them up or get "Urkeled", a reference to the character.
In this practice, teachers would forcibly pull students' pants up and attach them to their waist using zip ties. Students would also have their photo taken and posted on a board in the hallway, for all of their classmates to view.
In syndication, Steve is incorporated into the teaser scene of "Rachel's First Date"; his first appearance in the original broadcasts is in the episode " Laura's First Date ", in which Carl and Eddie separately set up dates for Laura for a dance or party both terms are used in the episode , and the first thing known about him is that he allegedly ate a mouse , and he later makes reference to a mouse when speaking to Carl, implying that it might be true.
Prior to Steve Urkel's introduction, the show was on the brink of cancellation due to mediocre ratings. After Urkel was introduced, several scripts had to be hastily rewritten to accommodate the character, while several first-season episodes that had been completed had new opening gag sequences filmed featuring Steve trying to push open the Winslows' front door while the family holds it shut.
The addition of Steve immediately helped the show boost its modest ratings. White was credited as a guest star in the first season and became a regular member of the cast in season two.
Jo Marie Payton , who played Harriette Winslow, admitted that she felt the Urkel character had hogged much of the show's attention and disrupted the close family relationship she had formed with the rest of the cast.
She experienced increasing burnout over the course of the show and felt that the overbearing focus on Urkel had made the show jump the shark ; she very nearly quit when the show moved to CBS but agreed to stay for the first several episodes while a new actress, Judyann Elder , was cast as Harriet.
White is one of the few living members of the cast with whom Payton no longer speaks regularly. She nevertheless speaks well of her experiences and appreciates the effect that the Urkel had on the show's popularity and thus the residuals everyone receives from the show.
The Urkel Dance was a novelty dance that originated in the season two episode "Life of the Party". It was based around the character of Steve Urkel and essentially incorporated movements which made the dancer's posture more like his.
The dance was popular enough to appear on another show, Step by Step , when the Steve Urkel character appeared in a crossover in the season one episode "The Dance".
A promotional cassette single of the song that accompanies the dance was produced and distributed in limited numbers. A T-shirt was also produced featuring lyrics and Urkel's likeness.
In June , White began appearing in the web series Road to the Altar. He also serves as writer and producer of the series. In October , White appeared in the season 8 premiere of House , titled " Twenty Vicodin ", where he appears as a well-connected inmate, occasionally helping Hugh Laurie 's character Gregory House to sneak contraband into the prison.
In March , White began competing on the season 14 of Dancing with the Stars. He was partnered with 2-time dance champion Kym Johnson.
They earned a total of 26 points out of In , White appeared in a Scion commercial. After six episodes, it was pulled from the fall schedule leaving seven episodes unaired with the network planning to release the remaining episodes in the future.
White has one daughter, Samaya born in , with ex-girlfriend Bridget Hardy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actor, comedian, producer and writer.
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