"Cosby Show" actor Geoffrey Owens said this week that no one should feel sorry for him after he was pictured working at Trader Joe's, but where is the rest of the cast today?
Better known on the show as Elvin Tibideaux, Owens was photographed working at a Trader Joe’s in New Jersey. While the 51-year-old actor told "Good Morning America" he was “devastated” when the photos first came out, he said his “shame” didn’t last long.
"Every job is worthwhile and valuable," he said. "I've had a great life. I've had a great career ... so no one has to feel sorry for me. I'm doing fine."
In fact, Owens has had a steady stream of television credits since "The Cosby Show" ended in 1992.
In 2016, he landed the role of Gerald, a lawyer, in three episodes of HBO’s “Divorce” and has also had small guest roles in "The Affair" and "Elementary."
Owens’ television wife, Sabrina Le Beauf, known on the show as the eldest daughter Sondra Huxtable, also continued her acting career after "The Cosby Show" ended.
In the early 2000s, she appeared in the animated television sitcom "Fatherhood."
Lisa Bonet, who played Bill Cosby’s television daughter Denise Huxtable on "The Cosby Show" and its spin-off, "A Different World," continued to have success in television after the shows’ finale.
She continued on to steady acting roles in shows like "The Red Road" — with her real-life husband Jason Momoa — and "Ray Donovan."
Tempestt Bledsoe, who played Bonet’s television sister Vanessa Huxtable, continued on to host "Clean House" on the Style Network and act in other television sitcoms.
Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played their sister Rudy Huxtable, went on to have other appearances in movies and television shows, like "House of Payne," which ran on TBS from 2007 to 2012.
She also developed a line of cooking spices, which she sells on her website, Keshia’s Kitchen.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who received a Primetime Emmy nomination for his portrayal of the Huxtables' only son, Theo, continued to act and direct after "The Cosby Show."
His most notable credits after "The Cosby Show" include "Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce," "Ten Days in the Valley," "Suits" and "American Horror Story."
Raven Symoné, who played Olivia Kendall, was the youngest cast member of the Cosby Show and has been making waves on television ever since.
Her hit Disney channel show, “That’s So Raven,” ran from 2003 until 2007.
She also appeared in television shows "Black-ish," "Master of None" and "Empire."
Symoné also co-hosted "The View" for two seasons before leaving for a sequel series to “That’s So Raven,” called “Raven’s Home.”
Phylicia Rashad, who played wife and mother Clair Huxtable, also found success after "The Cosby Show" – most notably, as Diana Dubois in Fox’s "Empire" and Mary Ann Creed in "Creed" and it's soon-to-be released sequel.
The show’s namesake, Bill Cosby, now 81, has had his career marred after he was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting more than 60 women in his lifetime.
In April, Cosby was convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand.
Cosby now faces 30 years in prison, but his attorneys say they play to appeal the verdict.
Cosby also received dozens of honorary degrees and titles in his lifetime, most of which have been rescinded.