What The Cosby Show Kids Look Like Today
The American sitcom, The Cosby Show, was a cultural exemplar during the height of its popularity. It aired for eight seasons, from September 20, 1984, to April 30, 1992, where it depicted the life of an upper-middle-class family in Brooklyn, New York. The characters, the narrative and the events were relatable to many regular American folks. So for the eight years that it was on TV, the audience watched the Huxtable children grow up. The show was so iconic that the TV guide gave the show credit for being “TV’s biggest hit in the 1980s”. It was also said to have revived the sitcom genre in the US. The character “Cliff Huxtable” was also named as the “Greatest Television Dad.” As with any TV series that we grew up with, we often wonder what happened to the actors, especially the kids. We are also often curious to find out whether the celebrities went on to become more famous, or whether their days in The Cosby Show made them better actors and actresses. We also hope one day they could recapture the glory days of the Huxtable family.
Sabrina Le Beauf (Sondra Huxtable Tibideaux)
After her productive career in The Cosby Show, the eldest daughter of the Huxtable family decided to shift away from TV and focus her efforts on the stage. She appeared in various productions, including Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore. She has also remained associated with The Cosby Show — over the years she appeared in Cosby (1999) and Fatherhood (2004), with the latter being an animated sitcom inspired by the show.
She voiced the character of Norma Bindlebeep in the series. We know that her last movie screen role was in The Stalker Within in 1999, where she played the role of Leila. She now enjoys her life in Hawaii, where the moving company probably took their time to transfer her belongings from the continental US.