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Harry Belafonte and Bill Cosby reading books (I Spy!) and magazines with Dr. King’s children Martin III, Dexter and Yolanda in April 1968, not long after their father’s assassination. Photo: Flip Schulke/Corbis.
Bill Cosby enjoying a cigar, circa 1960s. According to Cigar Aficianado magazine, his favorite cigar is an Ashton Maduro No. 60.
Nancy Wilson and Bill Cosby are attending a charity benefit sponsored by the Piarist Brothers, a Hungarian order of priests in November 1966. Photo by Fotos International/Getty Images.
Bill and Camille Cosby arriving for the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on September 12, 1965. Photo: Bettman/Corbis.
Bill Cosby to Ebony magazine in 1966: “Someday, I want to do a family situation comedy on television and it will be a hit because people want to see what goes on in a Negro home today.”
In this photo, Dr. Cosby is being congratulated by his wife Camille on his first Emmy win for “I Spy” on May 22, 1966. Photo by Jack Smith/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images.
Phyllis Hyman, Bill Cosby and Natalie Cole chat at the Black Athletes Hall of Fame Awards Dinner in New York City in the mid 1970s. Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads! This is Harry Belafonte and Bill Cosby reading books (I Spy!) and magazines with Dr. King’s children Martin III, Dexter and Yolanda in April 1968, not long after their father’s assassination. Photo: Flip Schulke/Corbis.
Hazel Scott chatting with Bill Cosby and James Moody (Yes, Moody’s Mood for Love) in 1968 at a Los Angeles bar called Hong Kong. This photo was included in a March 1968 story about Ms. Scott in Ebony magazine.
I’ve never seen bill Cosby like this! What an iconic photo so powerful and mysterious
LIFE.com: Bill Cosby: Photo by John Loengard, 1969
Photo: John Loengard / Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images
Such a striking photograph. Fun fact: Photographer John Loengard eventually became the magazine picture editor. We’re glad you like it, Alicia!
Bill Cosby being congratulated by his wife Camille on his first Emmy win for “I Spy” in 1966. Cosby was the first Black actor to star in a leading role in an American television drama. He won the first of what would be three consecutive Emmys for “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.”