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Where Are They Now: The Cosby Show Cast

It's been more than 25 years since "The Cosby Show" premiered, and we're taking a look at what the iconic cast is up to now!

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    The Cosby Show aired for eight seasons on NBC from September 20, 1984 until April 30, 1992
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    Since leaving the show Bill Cosby hasn't slowed down: He's been politically active on social issues concerning the African-American community, appearing on shows such as "Meet the Press" and hosting comedy festivals and jazz foundations around the country.
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    Phylicia Rashad, who played Clair, Cliff's sensible and sassy wife, hasn't slowed down since the show ended. She's appeared in a Broadway performance of "A Raisin in the Sun," for which she won a Tony, and most recently she had a role in Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls," which also garnered her numerous accolades.
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    Sabrina Le Beauf, who played oldest daughter Sondra Huxtable, made appearances on several TV shows post-"Cosby," including “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” but in recent years has stayed out of the spotlight.
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    Lisa Bonet went on from playing free-spirited daughter Denise Huxtable on "The Cosby Show" and its spin-off, "A Different World," to appearing in small films and TV shows throughout the years. Her daughter, Zoe Kravitz (whom she had with first husband Lenny Kravitz,) is now a successful actress in her own right. Bonet's second husband, Jason Momoa, who she has two children with, is also an actor.
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    Malcolm-Jamal Warner broke out as the Huxtables' only son, Theo Huxtable, and is now a successful documentary filmmaker, music video director and musician. Most recently, he appeared in a recurring role on the fan-favorite show "Community."
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    Tempestt Bledsoe, who played know-it-all daughter Vanessa Huxtable, branched out as a reality TV host on the Style Network's "Clean House," lent her voice to the animated series"The Replacements," and appeared in several Lifetime shows and TV shows since the end of "The Cosby Show."
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    Keisha Knight Pulliam, who played the precocious youngest daughter, Rudy, made the transition from child star to successful adult actress seamlessly. She now stars on "Tyler Perry's House of Payne," for which she won an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy.
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    Raven-Symone has blossomed into a savvy entertainment brand herself, with several shows, including "That's So Raven" under her belt. Earlier this year, she made her Broadway debut (pictured) in "Sister Act," and has even become a successful singer.