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You've seen him pitch pudding, now see him dish a hilarious show of comedy! Dr. Cliff Huxtable of "The Cosby Show" is a comic legend and absolutely too funny to miss. Don't miss your chance to see Bill Cosby perform his stand-up comedy routine LIVE! Buy your Bill Cosby tickets now!
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Bill Cosby Theater Tickets

Bill Cosby is an iconic American comedian who has been in the spotlight for nearly five decades. He has written multiple books, produced television shows, recorded comedy albums and starred in movies throughout his storied career. He is probably best known for his role as Dr. Cliff Huxtable in the The Cosby Show, playing the part of the patriarch of an African-American family living in New York City. Purchase some Bill Cosby tickets and have a laugh-filled night with one of the most beloved American comedians of all time.

Cosby began his career working the comedy circuit at small clubs in Philadelphia. He moved on to New York and was soon doing shows all over the country at clubs in Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Washington, D.C. His big break came in 1963 when he was invited to do a short set on NBC’s The Tonight Show. He became nationally recognized because of that set and went on to sign a recording deal with Warner Bros.

His fame continued to grow with shows like The Cosby Show and Fat Albert. When the Cosby Show ended, he moved on to film. He had roles in classic films like Uptown Saturday Night (1974), Let’s Do it Again (1975) and Mother Jugs & Speed (1976).