Bill Cosby, the comedian Thursday by the jury guilty, was found to have the drugging and abuse of Andrea Constant in his home in 2004, will probably be the rest of his life in the jail.
The ever so popular Bill Cosby got in 1965 as the first African-American to receive a major role in a dramatic television series: I Spy. Then he played in many series, including Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, and he performed also as a stand-up comedian.
In 1984, he broke through with the The Cosby Show. It was the highest grossing sitcom that multiple Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards won. The series ran until 1992 and was in the Netherlands by the NCRV broadcast.
Eight seasons and played the comedian Heathcliff Huxtable, a doctor and father of five children, which brought him the nickname “America’s Dad” in return. Then he continued acting in several tv series and stage shows, but never with the success of The Cosby Show.