Bill Cosby - the legendary comedian, author, and activist - continues to be as prolific and relevant as ever, reaching every generation and every audience since he began his career in stand-up four decades ago.
He is one of the most influential performers of the second half of the 20th century. He has had an unparalleled career in television (I Spy, Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids, The Cosby Show); has sold more record albums than any other comedian; his blockbuster books (Fatherhood, Time Flies…) have sold millions of copies; and his generous support of numerous charities, particularly in the field of education, have endowed many Americans with the gift of hope and learning.
He will join an eager Louisville audience at the Kentucky Theater for an evening of laughter and love on Saturday, May 12.
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