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Bill Cosby was once “America’s Favorite Dad” in the 1980’s, but the #MeToo movement quickly changed the nation’s perspective on who they recognized as Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show. What we see on television and the big screen are meant to astound us, but the secrets that lie behind the scenes are capable of leaving us more speechless than the pictures themselves. It has become a necessity over the past few decades to question everything we see.
During this week’s jaw-dropping episode of Against All Odds Radio show, Sean V. Bradley and L.A. Williams had the opportunity to have a tell-all interview with actor Clayton Prince. Young Prince was excited to have Bill Cosby as a co-star, and truthfully who wouldn’t at the time? They discuss Prince’s childhood, his early acting years, and his experience as a part of America’s favorite family on The Cosby Show. The trio spark great conversation, and touch on what Clayton Prince is up to these days.
About Clayton Prince
Philadelphia, PA native, Clayton Prince is a notable figure in the film and TV industry. Since 1985, Prince has left his mark in film and television with some of our favorite films like The Last Dragon (1985), Hairspray (1988) and The Black Ninja (2003). Today, you can find him as the humble business owner of the Musical History Tours in Philadelphia, PA. Prince exposes his tour bus riders around the city of Philly where he visits landscapes that maintain the legacy of music.
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