Bill Cosby: Astrological Article and Chart
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While he was more interested in sports than academics—he was active on his school's track and football teams—Cosby was placed in a high school for gifted students after scoring high on an IQ test. But Cosby failed to apply himself and ended up failing tenth grade twice. He switched to Germantown High School, but the academic issues continued. In frustration, Cosby dropped out of high school. He worked several odd jobs before joining the U.S. Navy in 1956.
Bill Cosby – Big Break with "I Spy"
He and his wife have donated $20 million to Spelman College. He owns an extensive collection of art by African-Americans. Cosby’s list of honors include four Emmy awards, eight Grammy awards, the NAACP Image Award, and induction into the the Hall of Fame of the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences.
Bill Cosby likes the change and the alternation. He possesses an avid imagination and a vibrant and active dream-like life where he is very much sensitive. Bill Cosby is a person attuned to emotions and very much receptive to all external impressions which may easily have an influential impact on him. He is guided by his feelings of sympathy and antipathy.
On this day in 1937, a legendary actor and a profound comedian was born who crossed all the boundaries of being a true professional. William Henry Cosby Jr., also known as Bill Cosby is an African-American actor, stand-up comedian, author, and musician. Cosby is the main guy behind popular TV shows ‘I Spy’, ‘Fat Albert’ and ‘The Cosby Show’ and got overnight popularity due to his superb performance in all the three programs. But unfortunately, his legendary status got all tarnished because of numerous allegations caused by sexual assaults.
Much of the material from the pilot and first season of The Cosby Show was taken from his then popular video Bill Cosby: Himself, released in 1983. The series was an immediate success, debuting near the top of the ratings and staying there for most of its long run. The familiar question of relevance came up again but was more or less drowned out by praise for the series. People magazine called the show "revolutionary," and Newsday concurred that it was a "real breakthrough."
Early life and career
Born William Henry Cosby, Jr., on July 12, 1937, in Germantown, PA; son of William Henry, Sr. (a U.S. Navy mess steward) and Anna (a domestic worker) Cosby; married Camille Hanks, January 25, 1964; children: Erika, Erinn, Ennis (deceased), Ensa, Evin. Education: Attended Temple University, 1961–62; University of Massachusetts, MA, 1972, EdD, 1977.
It felt like a hugely significant moment, particularly when comedians had, for so long, refused to make any meaningful comment on the allegations. Chris Rock, for example, said: "I don’t know what to say. What do you say? I hope it’s not true. That’s all you can say. I really do. I grew up on Cosby. I love Cosby, and I just hope it’s not true."