Will Smith Calls First Marriage To Sheree Zampino ‘Chinese Water Torture’ In Resurfaced Comments: It Was A Passive, Drippy Faucet
Did Will Smith Is it possible to compare his first marriage with a slow punishment
As you may recall, Will Smith He was married to Sheree Zampino Before he began his highly-discussed relationship Jada Pinkett Smith. Will Smith Sheree Zampino They were married from 1995 to 1992 and welcomed a son together. Willard “Trey” Smith III. Will He married. Jada Pinkett Smith 1997
While Will Smith‘s relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith While he continues to be a major news source, some of his past comments about his first marriage are now back in the public eye! In a 1998 interview Will Smith he reminisced on his union with Sheree Zampino, saying:
“It was passive, sort of a drippy faucet. It wasn’t fighting, arguing. We never raised our voices. It was… Chinese water torture.”
For context, Chinese water torture is the process of having cold water slowly drip onto someone’s forehead over a long period of time–causing mental anguish without overt violence.
This comment resurfaced shortly after. Will Smith initially revealed he “fell in love” with Grease actress Stockard Channing On the set of Six Degrees of Separation. Will–who was still married to Sheree at the time–divulged:
“Sheree and I were in the first few months of our marriage with a brand-new baby and for Sheree, I can imagine that this experience was unsettling to say the least. She’d married a guy named Will Smith and now she was living with a guy named Paul Poitier [from ‘Six Degrees of Separation’]. And to make matters worse, during shooting I fell in love with Stockard Channing.”
“After the film wrapped, Sheree and Trey and I moved back to L.A. Our marriage was off to a rocky start. I found myself desperately yearning to see and speak to Stockard.”
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