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Geoffrey Owens Wiki/Biography
Geoffrey Owens, born on the 18th of March, 1961, is an American actor, director and teacher, who became famous for his role in the hit television show “The Cosby Show” in the 1980s.
So how much is Owens’ net worth? As of mid-2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be $500,000, acquired from his years working as an actor in both film and television.
Geoffrey Owens Net Worth $500,000
Born in Brooklyn, New York City, Owens is the son of Major Owens, a former US Congressman, and Ether Werfel Owens. He attended Arcata High School where he discovered his love for acting, and later on graduated from Yale University.
Owens’ career started in the ‘80s and he immediately hit it off when he became part of “The Cosby Show”. He joined the hit sitcom in its last five seasons, playing the role of Elvin Tibideaux. He stayed with the show until 1992 and it opened up other opportunities for him, as well as his performance in the show earning him a Young Artist Award in 1989, and a TV Land Award in 2011. “The Cosby Show” helped his career and also his net worth tremendously.
After the hit show, Owens appeared in various television series, and once again became a regular in a new show entitled “Built to Last”, in which he appeared for eight episodes. Since then he has appeared in a number of varied shows including “Stonebrook”, “Law & Order”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, “That’s So Raven”, “Boston Legal”, “The Wedding Bells”, “Without a Trace”, “Las Vegas”, and “Medium”. He has also starred in TV-movies’ “In the Mix” and “Action Auto”. His various appearances in roles also helped him in his wealth.
In 2007, Owens made his directing debut when he directed the episode “Side Effects May Include Night Terrors” of the TV series “Life from the Inside”, which opened another door, and contributed to his net worth.
Another one of Owens’ most memorable performances came in the 2008 movie “Play The Game”., in which he appeared alongside Andy Griffith, Paul Campbell, Liz Sheridan and Doris Roberts in the romantic comedy.
After “Play the Game”, Owens went back to television, and appeared in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, “The Left Overs”, “The Affair”, and “The Slap” during the next several years, adding consistently to his net worth.
Today, Owens is still active in acting. Some of his most recent appearances have included the TV series “Divorce”, “Blue Bloods” and “Lucifer”. He also teaches acting classes at HB Studion in New York.
In terms of his personal life, Owens is married to actress Josette Owens.
|Full Name||Geoffrey Owens|
|Date Of Birth||March 18, 1961|
|Place Of Birth||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Height||5' 8½" (1.74 m)|
|Education||Arcata High School, Yale University|
|Parents||Major Owens, Ethel Werfel Owens|
|Siblings||Millard Owens, Chris Owens|
|Awards||Young Artist Award (1989), TV Land Award (2011)|
|Nominations||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series|
|Movies||The Paper (1994), The Amistad Revolt: All We Want Is Make Us Free (Video documentary short, 1995), The Cross (2001), Play the Game (2009), Action Auto (2009), Dreams (2013), Romeo and Juliet (2014), Impossible Monsters (2017)|
|TV Shows||I Was a Network Star (2006), FlashForward (ABC show), The Cosby Show (1984), Today (2009), The Paper (1994), It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005), Las Vegas (2007), Law & Order (TV Series, 1999), ABC Afterschool Specials (1990), Built to Last (1997, TV Series)|
|1||Is the son of Congressman Major Owens. (D-Brooklyn, NY).|
|Youth in Oregon||2016||Dr. Roma|
|The Slap||2015||TV Series||Dr. Fletcher|
|The Affair||2014||TV Series||Victor|
|The Leftovers||2014||TV Series||Kind Man|
|Romeo and Juliet||2014/I||Prince Escalus|
|It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||2007-2011||TV Series||Fake Tiger Woods / Middle Aged Guy - Donovan McNabb imposter|
|Wilde Salomé||2011||Documentary||Tigellinus / Himself|
|The Secret Life of the American Teenager||2010-2011||TV Series||Mediator / Judge|
|Flashforward||2010||TV Series||Dr. Julian Ebbing|
|Action Auto||2009||TV Movie||Officer Martin|
|In the Mix||2009||TV Movie||Harvey Deets|
|Play the Game||2009||Rob Marcus|
|Without a Trace||2008||TV Series||Jay Costas|
|I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant||2008||TV Series||Hospital Staff|
|Medium||2008||TV Series||Unemployment worker / Unemployment Evaluator|
|Journeyman||2007||TV Series||Matthew Tarbell|
|Las Vegas||2007||TV Series||Dr. Eric Haber|
|Boston Legal||2007||TV Series||Dr. Mitch Norris|
|The Wedding Bells||2007||TV Series||Dr. Harris|
|That's So Raven||2007||TV Series||Michael Thomas|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2002||TV Series||Forensic Anthropologist|
|The Cross||2001||Featured Apostle|
|Law & Order||1999||TV Series||Langer|
|Built to Last||1997||TV Series||Robert Watkins|
|The Cosby Show||1985-1992||TV Series||Elvin Tibideaux|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1990||TV Series||Mr. Singer|
|Life from the Inside||2007||TV Series 1 episode|
|The 9th Annual TV Land Awards||2011||TV Special||Himself|
|Speaking of Baghdad||2009||Documentary short|
|The Cosby Show: A Look Back||2002||TV Movie documentary||Himself; Elvin Tibideaux|
|The Amistad Revolt: All We Want Is Make Us Free||1995||Video documentary short||Joseph Cinque (voice)|
|The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversary Special||2009||TV Movie documentary||Elvin Tibideaux|
|I Was a Network Star||2006||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show||1992||TV Special documentary||Himself; Elvin Tibideaux|
|2011||Impact Award||TV Land Awards||The Cosby Show (1984)|
|1989||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor/Actress Ensemble in a Television Comedy, Drama Series or Special||The Cosby Show (1984)|