Joining me on the show today is a dear friend of mine and someone who I consider to be a voracious and commendable example of what hard work looks like, Malcolm-Jamal Warner! Malcolm is an actor, most notably known for his role as Theo Huxtable in The Cosby Show, as well as countless other programs such as Malcolm & Eddie, Community, and Suits just to name a few. In this episode, we discuss Malcolm’s road to success in the entertainment industry, why having such strong parental figures was so important for his own personal growth, and how his hometown of Atlanta has responded to the roaring political unrest we’ve seen unfold here in the US. Malcolm also shares how growing up in the public eye influenced him and taught him how to take on immense responsibilities at such a young age, as well as why performing has been such an integral part of his life.Tune in to Episode 26 of Cure For The Common Life to hear more!Some Questions I Ask:How is Atlanta responding to the political turmoil we’ve seen this year? (2:53)Who would you say has been the most influential person in your life? (7:01)Did you feel any pressure growing up with parents who were separated? (9:10)Where can people find you? (27:14)Is there any advice you can leave my listeners with today? (29:58)In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on Malcolm-Jamal Warner (1:28)Why Malcolm’s Father made him do book reports during his summer vacations (9:34)The impact Malcolm’s Mom had on his acting career growing up (14:35)How my Father instilled strong and resilient beliefs in me as a child (23:03)Let’s Connect!WebsiteTwitterFacebookInstagramConnect With Malcolm-Jamal Warner:TwitterInstagram FacebookWebsiteIMDb PageResources:Book: Great American Negroes - Author, Ben RichardsonApple Music: Miles Long, Malcolm-Jamal Warner See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.