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Alfonso Ribeiro


Alfonso Ribeiro is an American actor, television director, dancer, game show host, and comedian.

Ribeiro is best known for his role as Carlton Banks on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. He is also a game show host and has hosted GSN show Catch 21.

Alfonso Ribeiro received attention for his performance in the title role of the Broadway musical The Tap Dance Kid and his appearance as a dancer in a Pepsi commercial also featuring Michael Jackson.

Relationships

Alfonso Ribeiro is married twice. His first marriage was with Robin Stapler, with whom he has a daughter Sienna.

Marriage to Angela Unkrich

On 13 October 2012 (Saturday), Alfonso Ribeiro married Angela Unkrich, 31, in California. The wedding was a sunset ceremony and was attend by 175 guests. NSYNC member Joey Fatone and Silver Spoons star Ricky Schroder are among the guests. This is Ribeiro's second marriage.

The day after his marriage, Alfonso Ribeiro tweeted "Last night I got married to the most incredible woman in the world."

Angela Unkrich tweeted on Saturday "Just married the man of my dreams today... happiest day of my life!!" And on Sunday, she wrote: 1st morning waking up as Mrs. Ribeiro = AMAZING!!! So happy and blessed!"

Alfonso Ribeiro in News

Alfonso Ribeiro Takes Checkered Flag to Complete Trifecta at Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race
Alfonso Ribeiro won the 2015 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity race, triumphing over a field of film, television, music and sports stars in the annual charity racing event. The roaring crowd witnessed the stunning performance by Ribeiro who started the race 30-seconds behind the celebrity division in his Scion FR-S race car. Dave Pasant finished first in the celebrity category.

DanceOn Network Selects the Top 14 Dance Videos of 2014
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - December 02, 2014) - Through television competitions, amazing creativity and instant worldwide connection, 2014 became the year of viral dance videos. Some of this year's (and yesteryear's) most popular songs provided the backdrop for wacky, thoughtful and inspirational dances that grabbed the attention of millions

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