Bill Cosby

Comedian/Actor Having a career spanning over 50 years, William Henry “Bill” Cosby Jr. is one of the most influential forces in pop culture. He’s responsible for creating the multi-award winning, culture-shifting sitcom The Cosby Show, which is arguably one of the most significant series in American history. The respected humorist has given us positive, popular cartoons such as Little Bill and Fat Albert, the college-oriented sitcom A Different World, written numerous books, and recorded a plethora of musical and comedy albums. From acting and hosting to activism and social commentary, Cosby is respected for his many contributions to the entertainment world.

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This Day in Black History: Oct. 28, 1992

Bill Cosby makes a move to buy the television network NBC on Oct. 28, 1992.

Celebrity Quotes of the Week: T.I. Refuses to Apologize to Azealia Banks

Plus, words from Keanu Reeves and Kerry Wasington.

Commentary: When It's Totally OK Not to Respect Your Elders

Bill Cosby and others accused of sexual assault may need to lose their icon status.

Side Hustle: Actors Who Turned to Music

If there's one thing creativity hates, it's standing still. That's just one reason that so many prominent actors have turned to music to express themselves. Click on to see what we mean.

This Day in Black History: Sept. 20, 1984

The first episode of "The Cosby Show" aired on Sept. 20, 1984.

Musical Guests on The Cosby Show

Music stars who've appeared on the trailblazing sitcom.
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