Bill Cosby

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  • Birth Name: William Henry Cosby Jr.
  • Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 07/12/1937, Cancer
  • Profession: Actor; comedian; philanthropist; author
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Tuesday TV: You Betcha, Fargo's Terrific

There's no place quite like the twisted heartland of FX's Fargo (Tuesday, 10/9c), a marvelous 10-episode variation on themes established in the quirky 1996 Oscar winning film. Once again, warm and neighborly small-town decency gives way to a bitter chill that has less to do with the snowy Minnesota plains than with the dark crevasses of human depravity.

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Bill Cosby Returning to NBC for New Family Comedy

Bill Cosby is returning to NBC for a new family comedy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The network is developing a half-hour comedy featuring Cosby as the patriarch of a multi-generational family. According to Deadline, which first reported the news, Cosby is once again partnering with producer Tom Werner, who produced The Cosby Show.

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VIDEO: The Daily Show 11/19/2013

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The Daily Show 11/19/2013
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Bill Cosby sits down with Jon and discusses his new comedy special "Far From Finished." watch

Videos

RJ Does Bill Cosby: Bonus Scene
Man And Boy
The Cosby Show: The 25Th Anniversary C
Bill Cosby, Part 2

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Fat Albert
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Lightning In a Bottle
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Fat Albert [HD]

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Bill Cosby, Joby Ogwyn
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The Daily Show 11/19/2013
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Little Bill's Adventure With Captain Brainstorm!
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Cosby: Long Night's Journey Into Day

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley TV Show Series, Remarks by
2013 Bill Cosby TV Show Series, Performer
2013 Betty White's 2nd Annual 90th Birthday Special TV Show Series, Appearing
2012 A Tribute to Thelonius Monk TV Show Series, Appearing
2012 Jesse Owens TV Show Series, Remarks by

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News

The Monday Playlist: A Night for Moms (Mabley and Mom), Who's Turning 50

With her floppy hat and flapping gums, Jackie "Moms" Mabley is mostly remembered these days for her outrageous appearances on late-'60s and '70s-era variety and talk shows, as mainstream as Ed Sullivan and as of-the-moment as the Smothers Brothers, performing racy and politically barbed stand-up routines whose sting was couched in a dirty-old-lady's guise.

Among those influenced by Mabley was Whoopi Goldberg, who performed an homage to the comedian early in her own career. In the HBO documentary Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley (Monday, 9/8c), the View personality directs and participates in this tribute to the pioneering comic's life and legacy, with TV clips and audio excerpts (enhanced with crude animation) from her many comedy albums, which hold up surprisingly well. read more

Bill Cosby Developing New Family Comedy

Nostalgia is all the rage these days, so it comes as no surprise that Bill Cosby is hoping to return to prime time.

The comedian  told Yahoo TV that he's re-teamed with one of The Cosby Show producers Tom Werner to develop a family comedy that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'"

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Carol Burnett Receives Mark Twain Prize

Carol Burnett was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the country's top humor honor, over the weekend.

"This is very encouraging," Burnett said in her acceptance speech, The Associated Press reports. "It was a long time in coming, but I understand because there are so many people funnier than I am, especially here in Washington. With any luck, they'll soon get voted out, and I'll still have the Mark Twain prize."

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TV Guide Magazine's 60th Anniversary: Bob Peak's Visionary Cover Art

Considered a father of the modern movie poster, Bob Peak created art for Apocalypse Now, Superman: The Movie and The Spy Who Loved Me, among many others. But during a nearly 20-year run, he was also one of TV Guide Magazine's most prolific cover artists, contributing 38 gorgeous, graphically inventive illustrations. Peak's son and archivist, Thomas Peak, helps annotate some of his father's finest.
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Bill Cosby to Perform First Stand-Up Special in 30 Years

Bill Cosby is set to do his first stand-up TV special in 30 years, Entertainment Weekly reports. Comedy Central announced the plans Friday, Cosby's 76th birthday, to air ... read more

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