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    Wilbert Francisco Cobbs (born June 16, 1934) is an American actor. He is known for his roles in movies such as Louisiana Slim in The Hitter (1979) and Water in The Brother from Another Planet (1984), and as Lewis Coleman on I'll Fly Away (1991–1993), as Jack on The Michael Richards Show (2000), and guest appearances on Walker, Texas Ranger and The Sopranos.

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    Website. billcosby .com. William Henry Cosby Jr. ( / ˈkɒzbi /; born July 12, 1937) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and author. Cosby began his career as a stand-up comic at the hungry i nightclub in San Francisco during the 1960s.

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  4. Jul 14, 2021 · Bill Cobbs Wiki, Biography, Age as Wikipedia. Bill Cobbs is an American actor. He is well known for his roles in movies such as Louisiana Slim in The Hitter (1979) and Water in The Brother from Another Planet (1984), and as Lewis Coleman on I’ll Fly Away (1991–1993), as Jack on The Michael Richards Show (2000), and guest appearances on Walker, Texas Ranger and The Sopranos.

  5. Cobbs career began during 1973 in the movie Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws. He is known for his role in The Bodyguard. Cobbs latest appearance was in The Muppets (2011) and in Oz the Great and Powerful (2013). Cobbs is not married and lives in Los Angeles, California and in New York City, New York. Cobbs continues to act.

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    Wilbert “Bill” Francisco Cobbs was born on 16 June 1934, in Cleveland, Ohio USA, under the sign of Gemini; his nationality is American. He was born into a family with several children; his mother was a domestic worker, and his father worked in the construction industry. Bill had a cousin, James “Jimmy” Baskett, who was also an actor, and can be seen in such movies as “Harlem Is Heaven” (1932), “Revenge of the Zombies” (1943) and “Song of the South” (1946), and who was also rewarded with an Honorary Academy Award, becoming the first black male performer who received such an award. Having several relatives working in the entertainment industry, Bill was inspired to become a performer or an actor since his childhood.

    Right after his matriculation from his local high school in Cleveland in 1952, Bill joined the US Air Force and served as a radar technician for over eight years.

    Bill started working right after leaving the Air Force. He sold cars in his hometown of Cleveland, and then served as a clerk at IBM, before deciding to pursue his acting career.

    Bill is married to Carolyn Cobbs, and has appearedwith his spouse a couple of times at such events as the premiere of “Get Low”, produced by Sony Pictures Classics and AFI Associates at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on 27 July 2010. Their photos in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, located in Beverly Hills, California, are rare evidence of his married status, as most of the time Carolyn doesn’t show up much.

    Bill often plays characters which are a bit older or much older than he is in real life. Bill once participated in the campaign of DJ Ra called “Hip-Hop Literacy”, spreading the word about the autobiography of Ice-T, a famous rapper and hip-hop performer.

    Bill is an active supporter of Cleveland Clinic and its Minority Men’s Health Center in particular. He appeared in a special short videoraising the awareness of men about the diseases they may face, sharing that African-American men are often at higher risks of prostate cancer, higher blood pressure and diabetes. In his message, he also encouraged African-American people live a healthier lifestyle – quit bad habits and eat good food.

    Bill has dark brown hair, but almost always shaves his head; he has dark brown eyes. Bill is 6ft 1in (1.,85m) tall, while he weighs around 210lbs (95kgs). He sometimes wears glasses due to light miopia.

    Bill’s current net worth is estimated to be around $4 millionearned from his career as an actor, producer and executive producer. He is assigned to almost ten new projects, among them such films and series as “Sabora Mi”, “The Interims: When Between Time & Place”, “The Dark Return of Time”, and “Singletrack: The Movie” in which rumors suggest that Bill will play a mountain bike museum owner

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    The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) as Man on Platform Greased Lightning (1977) as Mr. Jones A Hero Ain’t Nothin’ but a Sandwich (1978) as Bartender The Hitter (1979) as Louisiana Slim Trading Places (1983) as Bartender Silkwood (1983) as Man in Lunchroom The Brother from Another Planet (1984) as Walter The Cotton Club (1984) as Big Joe Ison Compromising Positions (1985) as Sgt. Williams The Color of Money (1986) as Orvis Five Corners (1987) as Man in Coffee Shop Suspect (1987) as Judge Franklin Dominick and Eugene (1988) as Jesse Johnson Bird (1988) as Dr. Caulfield The January Man (1989) as Detective Reilly

    Decoration Day (1990, TV Movie) as Gee Pennywell New Jack City (1991) as Old Man The Hard Way (1991) as Raggedy Man Carolina Skeletons (1991, TV Movie) as Elijah Crooks The People Under the Stairs (1991) as Grandpa Booker Roadside Prophets (1992) as Oscar Exiled in America (1992) as Abraham White The Bodyguard (1992) as Bill Devaney Demolition Man (1993) as Zachery Lamb (Aged) Fatal Instinct (1993) as Man in park (uncredited) The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) as Moses Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995) as Malt Fluke (1995) as Bert Man with a Gun (1995) as Henry Griggs Goldilocks and the Three Bears (1995) as Caleb Captiva Island (1995) as Vernon

    Ed (1996) as Tipton That Thing You Do! (1996) as Del Paxton First Kid (1996) as Speet Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) as Charles Evers Soulmates (1997) as Mr. Williams Air Bud (1997) as Coach Arthur Chaney Always Outnumbered (1998, TV Movie) as Right Burke Paulie (1998) as Virgil the Janitor Hope Floats (1998) as Nurse I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) as Estes Random Hearts (1999) as Marvin

    The Others (2000, TV Series) as Elmer Greentree For All Time (2000, TV Movie) as Proprietor / Conductor Sunshine State (2002) as Dr. Elton Lloyd Enough (2002) as Jim Toller A Mighty Wind (2003) as Blues Musician The Mortuary (2004) as Franklin Harmon Lost (2004) as Jeremy’s Boss Duck (2005) as Norman The Derby Stallion (2005) as Houston Jones The Final Patient (2005) as Dr. Daniel Green Special Ed (2005) as Lou Sweet Deadly Dreams (2006) as Barney Hard Luck (2006) as Cobb The Ultimate Gift (2006) as Mr. Theophilus Hamilton Night at the Museum (2006) as Reginald Three Days to Vegas (2007) as Marvin Jeffries The Morgue (2008) as George HappySAD (2009) as Cephas Cordner Get Low (2009) as Rev. Charlie Jackson Black Water Transit (2009) as Frank Vermillion Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) as Reginald (scene deleted)

    The Tenant (2010) as Jack Rymer No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School (2010) as Charlie The Search for Santa Paws (2010) as Mr. Stewart The Arcadian (2011) as Charles The Muppets (2011) as Grandfather The Undershepherd (2012) as Dr. Ezekiel Cannon Lukewarm (2012) as Thomas Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) as Master Tinker The Ultimate Life (2013) as Mr. Theophilus Hamilton The Last Letter (2013) as Pastor Vampires in Venice (2013) as Dr. Dooley Dear Secret Santa (2013) as Ted On Angel’s Wings (2014) as Mr. Dupac Clipped Wings, They Do Fly (2014) as Judge Johnson Of Mind and Music (2014) as Stompleg Christmas in Palm Springs (2014) as Gabriel Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014) as Reginald A House Is Not a Home (2015) as Paul The Great Gilly Hopkins (2015) as Mr. Randolph Call Me King (2016) as Malachi New Life (2016) as Mr. Charles

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