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Similarly, while he always spoils Hilary, Philip refuses to increase the allowances of his children, although in later seasons he begins to tire of spending his hard-earned money on spoiling Hilary and becomes more gruff with Hilary to pay her own way in the world.
Philip goes out of his way to make sure all of his children, including Will, make something of themselves.
He also fights fiercely to protect his family: When Will and Carlton are arrested for "stealing a car" as they are driving it for his law firm partner, Philip threatens to tie the police station up in "so much litigation that [their] grandchildren are going to need lawyers".
Philip was raised on a farm in Yamacraw, North Carolina, where he was referred to by his parents, Hattie and Joe Banks, as "Zeke". In the 1960s, he became an activist for the civil rights movement.
He was present at the riots in Selma in 1965 and Watts Riots, and, in the pilot episode, he also mentions he heard Malcolm X speak, and that he had read every word that he wrote.
Philip was also shown to have admired Ronald Reagan, namely because during the series run Reagan had retired from the presidency and moved into the same neighborhood as Philip's.
Reagan was said to have declined party invitations until he appears at a traditional Christmas party of the Banks; ironically shown to be a friend of Hilary's.He is overprotective of Ashley and has trouble with her growing up into a young woman.A common occasion for humor on the show is Philip's portly shape and big appetite.The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is an American sitcom based on the life of Will "The Fresh Prince" Smith. It started airing on NBC from September 10, 1990, to May 20, 1996.The Fresh Prince was from West Philadelphia and moved to Bel-Air to live with his aunt, uncle, and cousins.Throughout the series, Philip has been there for his children in their time of need, which rubs off on his nephew as Will comes to see Philip as a genuine father-figure (as opposed to his true father, who left him and his mother when Will was a young child).When Will is eager to bond with his biological father Lou after he suddenly re-enters Will's life, Philip warns Will to be wary of Lou and comforts him when Lou is unable to rekindle their relationship.For example, in season three's "The Best Laid Plans", in which Will tries to trick a girl he is dating (who does not believe in premarital sex) into marrying him in order to go all the way with her, Philip became severely disappointed and upset, and promises to impose the cruelest punishment that he could find (which he manages to do three years after the incident, when he read about medieval tortures and with a malicious smile in his face).Despite being a miser, Philip is a very caring and loving husband and father.The following are the list of characters in the show.Philip Banks (played by James Avery) was born on January 30, 1945 in North Carolina.