Prince of Bel Air 38 years old

He has it all. Except the girl.

Prince of Bel Air

A free-spirited, womanizing L.A. pool cleaner (Mark Harmon) finds his lifestyle challenged by a new love interest (Kirstie Alley). Robert Vaughn also appears as Alley's uncle.

Credits

Prince of Bel Air Cast

Name Character
Robert Vaughn He was 53, 83 years old when he died as Stanley Auerbach
Don Swayze He was 27, now 65 years old as Darryl
Mark Harmon He was 34, now 72 years old as Robin Prince
Patrick Labyorteaux He was 20, now 58 years old as Justin
Kirstie Alley She was 35, now 73 years old as Jamie Harrison
Barbara Crampton She was 27, now 65 years old as Anne White
Deborah Harmon She was 34, now 72 years old as Carol Kampion
John Otrin as Roland Schein
Dean Cameron He was 23, now 61 years old as Willard
Lisanne Falk She was 21, now 59 years old as Stacy
Jonathan Stark He was 14, now 52 years old as Brad Griffin
Bart Braverman He was 39, now 78 years old as Larry Kampion (as Bartley Braverman)
Terri Hanauer She was 21, now 59 years old as Ellen Schein
Karen Witter She was 24, now 62 years old as 1st Young Woman

Prince of Bel Air Crew

Name Department
Robert Folk as Music. He was 36 (now 74) years old Sound
Hanania Baer as Director of Photography. He was 42 (now 80) years old Camera
Albert J. Salzer as Producer. Production
Dori Pierson as Co-Producer. She was 37 (now 75) years old Production
Dori Pierson as Screenplay. She was 37 (now 75) years old Writing
Marc Reid Rubel as Co-Producer. Production
Marc Reid Rubel as Screenplay. Writing
Charles Braverman as Director. He was 41 (now 79) years old Directing
Bryan Ryman as Production Design. Art
Prince of Bel Air poster
Prince of Bel Air (38 years)

He has it all. Except the girl.

  • Release day: Monday, January 20, 1986
  • Runtime: 95 minutes