Janet Hubert, left, hangs backstage with her on-screen daughters, Tatyana Ali and Karyn Parsons, on the set of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
“We had so much fun on that set,” she says.
Hubert and Parsons make a striking duo. Hubert says viewers often tell her how much they enjoyed her character.
“They loved what I did with her. They really loved to have this dark-skinned sister playing this upscale woman,” she says.
Hubert cradles son Elijah. The actress says she doesn’t want him to follow in her show business footsteps.
“He’s got creativity, but I don’t want him to struggle the way that I’ve had to,” she says. “This is not a career for the faint of heart.”
On set of the film “New Eden,” Hubert rides high. The movie also features Lisa Bonet and Stephen Baldwin.
Hubert serves as the leading lady in “Sophisticated Ladies” show in Paris.
Another scene from “Sophisticated Ladies” showcases Hubert’s svelte physique.
“Dark-skinned sisters, we have a hard time,” she says. “Part of my beauty to me was my dark skin. I love my dark skin. I feel it’s so much a part of my beauty.”
Hubert headlines a fiftieth anniversary of Josephine Baker’s death celebration in Monte Carlo, France.
Hubert starred as a member of the original “Cats” cast on Broadway.
Hubert spends time with the Bob Fosse Dance Company.
Hubert and Elijah take a ride on her horse, Rosie.
Small-screen veterans Dorien Wilson and Sherman Hemsley greet Hubert.
Hubert appears on an episode of “The Bernie Mac Show” with Mac and Kellita Smith.