Bill Cosby following his release from jail last week, is already working on a documentary series based on his life.
TMZ reports that interviews are ongoing with family, friends and associates for the docuseries set to focus on Cosby’s legacy, infamous sexual assault trial and his jail time.
According to the outlet, his representative Andrew Wyatt shared that the comedian’s camp has “contacted several promoters and comedy clubs” who are receptive to the possibility of allowing Cosby to perform at their venues during a comedy tour.
As he travels the nation, the comedian apparently also wants to make appearances at “prisons, schools, and neighborhoods” to talk to people about “being better citizens and curbing violence.”
Wyatt told TMZ that despite the famed actor’s conviction and the backlash surrounding his release, “The world wants to see Mr. Cosby.” The rep added that the comedian will draw from his own “experiences behind bars, where he heard moving stories from other inmates like a father and son serving time together.”
Recall Cosby was acquitted of his sexual assault sentence on June 30 by Pennsylvania’s highest court. The celebrity comedian was sentenced in 2018 to serve 3 to 10 years in a state prison for aggravated indecent assault.
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