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Bill Cosby Net Worth

Bill Cosby Net WorthBill Cosby Net Worth: Bill Cosby is an actor, comedian, author, screenwriter, television producer, film producer, educator, activist, musician, voice actor. Bill Cosby was born 12-Jul-37 in Philadelphia, PA. According to Forbes, Bill Cosby Net Worth is $400 Million. Stand-up comedian who became known for starring on his own sitcom The Cosby Show, which aired from 1984 to 1992. He later created the comedy series Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. In 1965, he starred in I Spy, and a couple years later he won a Best Comedy Performance Grammy Award for his album To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With. After flunking 10th grade, he worked as an apprentice at a local shoe repair shop and began performing stand up comedy at The Hungry I nightclub in San Francisco. While attending Temple University, he worked as a bartender at a Philadelphia club called The Cellar. His wife on The Cosby Show was Clair Huxtable, played by Phylicia Rashad.

Bill Cosby Net Worth is $400 Million

First Name Bill
Middle Name Henry
Last Name Cosby
Another Name William Henry Cosby, Jr.
Alternative Name Bill, The Cos
Age 80 years
Date of Birth 12th July, 1937
Place of Birth Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Height 6′ 1″ (185 cm)
Build Average
Eye Brown – Dark
Hair Grey
Distinctive Feature His voice
Star Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity Black
Nationality American
School Central School, Philadelphia, PA, Germantown School (1956), Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ
University Physical Education, Temple University (1965), Master`s in Education, University of Massachusetts (at Amherst) (1972), PhD in Education, University of Massachusetts (at Amherst) (1977)
Profession Actor, Comedian, Author, Producer
Profession Actor
Claim to Fame I Spy, The Cosby Show, Fat Albert
Music Genre Observational comedy, Satire, Surreal Humor, Deadpan, satire, surreal humor, deadpan
Year(s) Active 1962–present, 1961–present
Talent Agency The Brokaw Company, Celebrity Talent International, PFP Sports & Celebrity Talent Agency
Brand Endorsement TV commercial: City of Philadelphia (2000), TV commercial: Texas Instruments (early 1980s), TV commercial: School to Work (1998), TV commercial: Coca-Cola (1980s), TV commercial: Kodak Film (1990-1992), Is one of the voices that intones the name “Viacom” over the Viacom logo., TV commercial: UMass-Boston, TV commercial: TV Land (2005), TV commercials: Turner Classic Movies (TCM)., Has been spokesperson for Jello since 1973., (1978) TV commercial: Del Monte Corn (voiceover), (1987-88) Print ads for Kodak Film and their Colorwatch System., (1970s – 2010s) Huge, varied, and long running series of TV commercials, print ads, and personal appearances for and promoting Jell-O products, including: Jell-O pudding; Jell-O gelatin desert; frozen Jell-O Pops (in gelatin and pudding varieties); the new Sugar-Free Jell-O (which replaced D-Zerta in 1984 and was sweetened with NutraSweet); Jell-O Jigglers concentrated gummi snacks; and Sparkling Jell-O, a carbonated version of the dessert touted as the “Champagne of Jell-O,” and a few other Jell-O products. Although he was the commercial spokesperson for Jell-O for well over 30 years, there was a 6-7 year break in the 2000s, before returning to the airwaves in 2010. This representation spanned both General Mills and Kraft corporate parental eras., E.F. Hutton, Disneyworld
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