1. In 1979, Cosby created The New Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, an educational series that was used in many schools around the country.
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2. In 1965, Cosby made a guest appearance on the popular late-night TV talk and variety program The Tonight Show.
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3. In 1961, Cosby entered Temple University in Philadelphia on a track and field scholarship.
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4. Bill Cosby is one of the best known and most respected African American comedians and actors.
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7. In 1961, at the age of 23, Cosby won a track and field scholarship to Temple University.
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10. In 1987, Cosby attempted to return to film with the spy spoof Leonard Part 6.
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11. In 1976, Cosby starred in A Piece of the Action with Poitier; and California Suite, a compilation of four Neil Simon plays.
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12. In 1965, Cosby was cast alongside Robert Culp in the I Spy espionage adventure series on NBC.
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16. Bill Cosby incorporated many names from his own real-life family into his sitcom relatives.
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17. Bill Cosby was not pleased with the so-called "family" sitcoms he saw on TV in the early 1980s.
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