Sabrina Le Beauf Biography
Sabrina Le Beauf is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Sondra Huxtable on the NBC situation comedy The Cosby Show. She has voiced the character Norma Bindlebeep on the Nick at Nite animated series Fatherhood, a show based on Bill Cosby’s book of the same name.
Sabrina Le Beauf Age
She was born on 21 March 1958, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Le Beauf is of Louisiana Creole descent
Sabrina Le Beauf Brother
She has a brother by the name Graylan Moore.
Sabrina Le Beauf Husband
Le Beauf is neither dating nor has any links with anyone and is most probably single at present. Though her relationship status is single right now, she was once a married lady. The talented actress was in a conjugal union with her husband Michael Reynolds.
The duo first met in 1989and almost immediately fell in love and began dating. And not long after that, she tied the knot with her boyfriend in a simple wedding ceremony, attended by families and close relatives on June 27, 1989.
The couple lived a seemingly normal life for a few years but it did not last long and due to several reasons, they decided to part ways. Subsequently, Sabrina and her spouse Michael’s divorce finalized in 1996. Moreover, the two did not share any children from their matrimonial bond. After that, the Fatherhood actress did not have any romance or affair with anyone and she never remarried. She seems to have chosen to live the rest of her life without the company of another man and seems to do really well.
Sabrina Le Beauf Education
Le Beauf is a graduate of UCLA and Yale School of Drama and has her own interior design business. She also attended St. Matthias Catholic Girls High School in Huntington Park, California, before it moved to the campus of Pius X High School (Downey, California).
Sabrina Le Beauf Career
She started her career with a stage play which was performed in New York. She had a major breakthrough when she auditioned for the American sitcom, ‘The Cosby Show’. During the audition, she beat actress Whitney Houston who was also auditioned for the show. She played the role of Sondra Huxtable, the eldest daughter of the family. The show was about the crazy Huxtable family, living a jazzy life in Brooklyn Heights.
The series won the hearts of the audience and was voted as the greatest black TV show ever. Not only was the show successful, but it also made her hugely popular as her character was loved by one and all. Sabrina played the role of Sondra Huxtable in 52 episodes from 1984 to 1992. She also bagged an award at the 1989 Young Artist Awards under the category, Best Young Actress Ensemble in a TV Comedy, Drama Series or Special.
Sabrina Le Beauf Net Worth
She has as a net worth of $1.5 million dollars.
Sabrina Le Beauf Body Measurements
Sabrina Le Beauf stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches. Similarly, both of her eyes and hair are black in color.
Sabrina Le Beauf And Shia
There have been rumors of her being related to Shia but they are not really connected.
Sabrina Le Beauf Films
- The Cosby Show (1984–1992)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation, episode “Gambit, Parts I & II” (1993)
- Fatherhood (2004)
Sabrina Le Beauf Cosby Show
She was cast as the eldest Huxtable daughter Sondra on The Cosby Show despite being only 10 years younger than Phylicia Rashad, the actress who played her mother, Clair Huxtable. Pop singer Whitney Houston also auditioned for the same part, but Le Beauf’s theater experience won her the role. Bill Cosby originally wanted Vanessa L.
Williams to play the part of “Sondra”, reportedly due to her college education and background in theater arts. However, Williams was recently crowned the first black Miss America and pageant officials would not permit her to play the Cosby Show role while she was representing the Miss America pageant.
She is a frequent leading lady performing with the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. She recently portrayed Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew with the Company in D.C.Le Beauf also appeared on two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Gambit, Parts I & II” as Ensign Giusti.
Sabrina Le Beauf Awards
- Young Artist Awards 1989: Best Young Actor/Actress Ensemble in a Television Comedy, Drama Series or Special The Cosby Show