With a retrial on sexual assault charges looming, Bill Cosby returned to his entertainment roots to do a special comedy routine onstage.
Embattled comedy legend and veteran actor Bill Cosby (pictured) graced the stage to do a standup comedy routine Monday evening (January 22) for the first time in a while.
WCSJ 103.1 FM radio station in Morris, Illinois reported Tuesday morning (January 23) on its website that the 80-year-old former “The Cosby Show” star performed at the LaRose Jazz Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Via his Facebook page, Cosby announced the appearance at the club just hours before gracing the stage.
Legendary jazz musician Tony Williams was honored in a special ceremony at the LaRose Jazz Club during the same evening of Cosby’s comedy performance. The standup comedy routine Cosby performed onstage lasted a little over an hour. However, he did not tell any jokes about his legal situation as some comedians do.