Bill Cosby, the embattled American actor, is reported to have been considering a return to stand-up comedy days after his release from prison. 


According to TMZ, the 83-year-old is also planning to release a docuseries which will span his life, legacy, trial and prison experience.

Andrew Wyatt, Cosby’s representative, said that producers of the series have shot interviews with Cosby’s family, friends, and other celebs.

The Hollywood Reporter also quoted the comedian’s spokesperson as saying that Cosby has been “been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners” and “is just excited the way the world is welcoming him back.”


Meanwhile, the attorney who represents some of Cosby’s accusers warned that the comedian could face new defamation lawsuits should he embark on a tour where he claims vindication and puts his accusers in a negative light.

TheCable Lifestyle had reported how a top court overturned Cosby’s conviction, paving the way for his release from prison.

Cosby had been convicted of drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee, in 2004.


The court ruling had resulted from an agreement the Hollywood actor struck with Bruce Castor, a district attorney, in 2005 in which he refused to prosecute Cosby in exchange for his testimony during a civil trial.

“Cosby’s convictions and judgment of sentence are vacated, and he is discharged,” the court held in its latest ruling.

The ruling also bars any retrial in the case.


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