Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who played Theo Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," says it's difficult to see his on-screen dad Bill Cosby facing allegations of sexual assault.
In an interview with Billboard, Warner, 44, called the comedian an important mentor and friend to him."He's one of my mentors, and he's been very influential and played a big role in my life as a friend and mentor," he told the magazine.
Reports are revealing that the 42-year-old “Reed Between the Lines” actor asked his former girlfriend and her son from a previous marriage to move out.Cosby, 77, has not been charged with a crime and through his attorney has denied allegations, some of them dating back decades, that he drugged and assaulted women.Billboard says its full interview with Warner, a Grammy nominee for his work on Robert Glasper's "Black Radio 2," later Wednesday.What he's done for comedy and television has been legendary and history-making.What he's done for the black community and education has been invaluable. I can't speak on the other stuff." In September, Warner told CBS News that Cosby served as a mentor during those formative years on "The Cosby Show.""I think one of the greatest advantages we had on the show growing up was being exposed to Mr.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Regina King have split after two years of dating, and inside sources are revealing that King is still quite “brokenhearted” over the break up.