02:37 — Bill Cosby's wife Camille released a controversial statement, breaking her silence on her husband's conviction. Well, our Bevy Smith has a few stateme (more…)
01:25 — Camille Cosby released a statement after her husband was found guilty on three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault last week. Bill Cosby now (more…)
01:12 — Bill Cosby's wife is speaking out and slamming his conviction. "This is mob justice, not real justice," writes Camille Cosby in a blistering statement (more…)
00:35 — One week after comedian Bill Cosby was convicted of sexual assault, his wife, Camille, is calling for a criminal investigation of the district attorne (more…)
01:21 — 80-year-old Bill Cosby’s name will now be followed with the words “convicted felon.”
02:33 — Cosby, 80, faces a maximum sentence of 30 years, and a fine of up to $25,000 on each count.
02:25 — “I feel like my faith in humanity is restored,” Lili Bernard said after the Bill Cosby verdict, echoing the sentiment of his accusers who felt like Th (more…)
01:14 — This on-set interview from ET's archives came to an unexpected end when Cosby, who was promoting a book release, pushed correspondent Lisa Canning ont (more…)
01:06 — In an official statement, the jurors who found Bill Cosby guilty in his sexual assault retrial say their decision was unanimous, and that race and the (more…)
00:23 — Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby is under house arrest and has been ordered to wear an GPS monitoring device until his sentencing following his guilty co (more…)
02:17 — Big Stories: President Trump hosted French President Emmanuel Macron for his first state dinner; the suspected Waffle House gunman was arrested; Bill (more…)
01:14 — It's taken over a decade, but Bill Cosby has finally been convicted of sexual assault. Page Six editor Emily Smith joins Page Six TV with the latest d (more…)
00:47 — We discuss the verdict.
04:37 — Bill Cosby faces up to 30 years in prison following Thursday's conviction on three counts of sexual assault.
07:31 — Though Bill Cosby is awaiting sentencing after being convicted in his sexual assault retrial, one consequence is already happening: His status as one (more…)
04:04 — Two of Bill Cosby’s accusers, Lili Bernard and Victoria Valentino, join TODAY live along with their attorney, Gloria Allred, to comment on the sexual (more…)
01:08 — North and South Korea have come to a historic agreement formally ending the decades-long Korean War. In other TODAY headlines, Bill Cosby is facing up (more…)
03:09 — Once-beloved comedian Bill Cosby could be headed to prison for the rest of his life after being convicted at his sexual assault retrial. NBC’s Stephan (more…)
02:47 — Seth Meyers' monologue from Thursday, April 26.
05:39 — Gloria Allred, who worked with many of the Bill Cosby accusers has spoken about the verdict and what it means.
01:45 — Lili Bernard speaks about the significance of Bill Cosby being found guilty on all charges.
- Birth Name: William Henry Cosby Jr.
- Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
- Profession: Actor, Comedian, Philanthropist, Author