Malcolm Jamal-Warner: “Family Has A Whole New Meaning”
Malcolm Jamal Warner has played a son, Theo Huxtable, on The Cosby Show for years, but now he’s been playing dad in real life for over a year now!
That’s right, after a number of years and celebrity relationships, the 48-year-old welcomed his first child into the world in 2017.
“I am elated over Malcolm’s new child,” says Phynjuar Thomas, a friend of Warner’s whose daughter Michelle Thomas dated the actor and played his girlfriend on “The Cosby Show” from 1988 until 1990. Warner was by Michelle’s side when she died of cancer in 1998 at the age of 30. Phynjuar and Warner have stayed friends.
“I love him,” she says, adding that the baby is about a week old. “I hope they name the baby after me. Phynjuar is a beautiful name.”
We’re told that the mom is an attorney from Bridgeport, Conn., and that she and Warner are “very much in love.”
Warner is busy with his new bundle of joy, but he’s equally as busy with a number a music and film projects.
He is currently directing, producing and acting in a number short films.
One of his latest projects is a short film just released called, You Can’t Hear Me. It’s a socio-political film that uses spoken word to tell the horrors of White supremacy.
Warner has been quietly producing and singing on award-winning music across the globe. If you didn’t know, he is 2015 Grammy Winner for Best Traditional R&B Performance in the song called “Jesus Children” with Robert Glasper Experiment featuring Lalah Hathaway and himself.
Among his acting projects, Warner co-starred as A.C. Cowlings opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. on the critically acclaimed FX series “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.” He is currently recurring on TNT’s hit series…