‘Did I do that?’ Steve Urkel is coming to screens once more and we couldn’t be more excited!
Jaleel White, 44, became a television sensation many thanks to his role as Steve Urkel in the beloved series “Family Matters,” and now, the actor will be returning for a special animated holiday musical event, “Did I Do That to the Holidays? A Steve Urkel Story,” on Cartoon Network.
The upcoming project, executive produced and written by Wyatt Cenac, will see Steve Urkel who is accident-prone ruin holiday festivities and attempt to fix it.
White will also serve as producer.
“I always took tremendous pride in how many different people, from all walks of life, came up to me and recognized ‘Family Matters,'” White told Yahoo! Entertainment in a chat way back in February. “I was always really, really proud of that because that showed a complete opposite of the way I was being treated by our television elite.”
In 1989, at age 12, White made his debut as Steve Urkel who was initially intended to be a guest character but it turned out to be a fan favorite securing his place as a regular and the show’s breakout. It ended in 1998.
White has since featured in the UPN series Grown-Ups, Dreamgirls, cameo appearances on Boston Legal, House, Castle, and Psych,
among others. In 2019 he provided his voice for “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?”, a year later in 2020, White joined the cast Of the Netflix series The Big Show Show in the recurring role of Terry.
No premiere date has been given yet for, “Did I Do That to the Holidays? A Steve Urkel Story,”