The popular TV series The Cosby Show ran on NBC from 1984 until 1992. A total of 202 episodes aired over the eight years, and the show won three Golden Globes and six Emmy Awards during its run.
Phylicia Rashād played "Claire Olivia Huxtable", the wife of "Dr. Cliff Huxtable" and mother of their five children. She is the matriarch of the "Huxtable" family. She's a 'modern woman', who works as a lawyer and manages to have a career while running a strong household and bringing up her kids.
Several years later, Phylicia Rashad is still busy acting in different TV series and movies. She most recently had a recurring role in Empire from 2016 until 2017 and also appeared in the Netflix original series Jean Claude van Johnson.
Bill Cosby, here seen in action as "Dr. Heathcliff 'Cliff' Huxtable", the role with which he had great success between 1984 and 1992.
William Henry Cosby Jr. is now in his eighties and has starred in countless films and TV shows. Aside from acting, he is also a gifted musician. In recent years, he has repeatedly been accused of sexual assault and found guilty in three cases - these allegations have tarnished the show's legacy and made Cosby an 'undesirable' man in show business...
For eight years, Malcolm Jamal-Warner played the young "Theo Huxtable", the only son in the "Huxtable" clan.
Today, Warner is in his forties and works also as a director and producer. He is, of course, still busy acting as well. Warner had a recurring role in Suits since 2016 and most recently appeared in a couple of episodes of the Amazon original Sneaky Pete.
Keshia Knight Pulliam played "Rudy", the youngest daughter of the "Huxtables", giving the series a very sweet touch.
Keshia is now in her thirties and appeared in several films after The Cosby Show. Most recently, she was on the 2015 season of Celebrity Apprentice and in the 2017 TV movie Here we go again.
Lisa Bonet played "Denise Huxtable" in "The Cosby Show" for five of the eight total seasons. She still acts today and had a recurring role in the fourth season of Ray Donovan. Bonet was married to musician Lenny Kravitz from 1997 until 1993 and has been the wife of fellow actor Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones, Justice League) since 2005.
Sabrina LeBeauf played the eldest Cosby daughter "Sondra". She now is a frequent leading lady performing with the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. She recently portrayed "Katherine" in The Taming of the Shrew with the Company in D.C.
Tempestt Bledsoe played "Vanessa Huxtable". After the end of The Cosby Show, Tempestt obtained a degree in finance from New York University but still appears on TV from time to time.