Entertainment Jaleel White Cries Over The Death Of ‘Family Matters’ Co-Star In ‘Hollywood Medium’

17:16  10 august  2017
17:16  10 august  2017 Source:   Hollywood Life

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Image via SPW/Splash News Jaleel White Cries On Hollywood Medium Talking About Michelle Thomas Recently, Family Matters star Jaleel Sad: ‘ Family Matters ’ Jaleel “Urkle” White Burst Into Tears Talking About Co - Star ’s Death [Video]. 14 mins ago - By Bossip Staff. View Comments.

Jaleel White may be best known for playing hilariously nerd Steve Urkel on the '90s sitcom Family Matters , but there's nothing funny about the shocking revelation he receives from Tyler Henry on Wednesday night's Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry episode.

  Jaleel White Cries Over The Death Of ‘Family Matters’ Co-Star In ‘Hollywood Medium’ © Courtesy of E!

This is so heartbreaking. In a teaser for ‘Hollywood Medium,’ Jaleel White gets emotional when medium Tyler Henry seems to connect with his late ‘Family Matters’ co-star Michelle Thomas. Watch the unbelievable footage.

Jaleel White, 40, best known for his role as the nerdy Steve Urkel in the ’90s sitcom Family Matters, takes on a new role on Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry. In the episode, aired on Wednesday, Aug. 9, Jaleel meets with medium Tyler Henry, 21, who approaches the situation not knowing who he is meeting with to avoid bias. In the episode from E!, Jaleel is visibly shaken as Tyler asks him if the letter “E-L-L-E” mean anything. “You’ve got to be kidding me?” Jaleel said as he nervously laughed in the clip. “Come on, man. You’ve got to be Googling this stuff before you come in here.”

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Jaleel White may be best known for playing hilariously nerd Steve Urkel on the '90s sitcom Family Matters , but there's nothing funny about the shocking revelation he receives from Tyler Henry on Wednesday night's Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry episode.

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Viewers see Tyler shake his head and push Jaleel to reveal who the person coming through is. “You messing with me,” Jaleel said still shaking his head, as Tyler admitted to not even knowing who Jaleel was! “This is embarrassing, I don’t even recognize you,” the medium said as Jaleel laughed and replied “Don’t worry about that part. We’ll talk about that part later. It gives me joy that you don’t know who I am.” The child star is then seen putting his head in his hands as her starts to cry, knowing that the person coming through is his friend and former co-star Michelle Thomas, who died of stomach cancer in 1998. “You’re talking about Michelle Thomas. She was my old co-star from Family Matters and she died from stomach cancer quickly. She had a lot of friends in the music industry,” he told Tyler. “Come on, man. You’ve got to be Googling stuff. This is crazy. Her birthday is September 23, 1968,” he continued.

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Check out how “Dancing With The Stars ” contestant Jaleel White has grown over the years! Getty Premium. Jaleel White as his character Steve Urkel in the television series ‘ Family Matters ’, circa 1990.

Jaleel White may be best known for playing hilariously nerd Steve Urkel on the '90s sitcom Family Matters , but there's nothing funny about the shocking revelation he receives from Tyler Henry on Wednesday night's Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry episode.

Michelle played Jaleel’s girlfriend Myra Monkhouse when the two were on Family Matters until her sudden passing. She portrayed Theo’s girlfriend in The Cosby Show before starting on Family Matters in 1993. In August 1997 at the age of 28, Michelle was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, intra-abdominal desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor and underwent surgery to remove the lemon-sized tumor. However, the cancer returned in October 1998 and a tumor ruptured. Michelle died two months later in December 1998.

Jaleel recently tweeted about his experience on Hollywood Medium, writing that Tyler “absolutely blew my mind.” 

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