Dick's Hot Pix
413 Sand Crane Court
Bradenton, FL 34212
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Name at birth: William Henry Cosby, Jr.
Bill Cosby began as a stand-up comic and then became one of America's most beloved television stars. His comedy career was kick-started by a 1963 appearance on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show, and Cosby won multiple Grammy Awards for comedy recordings throughout the 1960s. He was particularly known for routines about childhood friends like Fat Albert and Old Weird Harold (who later appeared in the 1970s cartoon series Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids). In 1965 Cosby starred with Robert Culp in the spoofy TV series I Spy, making him one of the few African-American stars on prime-time TV. Cosby later appeared in numerous TV shows (including the PBS educational show The Electric Company) and in movies including Uptown Saturday Night (1974, with Sidney Poitier) and Mother, Juggs and Speed (1976, with Raquel Welch). From 1984-92 he dominated prime time television with The Cosby Show, a family comedy in which he and Phylicia Rashad starred as Cliff and Claire Huxtable. The show was a huge hit and, along with the 1986 book Fatherhood, re-established Cosby as a leading comedian. From 1996-2000 he starred in a similar sitcom, Cosby, again with Rashad playing his wife.
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