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Malcolm-Jamal Warner’s height is 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

Malcolm-Jamal Warner is an American actor, director, and musician. He is best known for his roles as Theo Huxtable on the long-running NBC sitcom The Cosby Show and as Malcolm McGee on the UPN sitcom Malcolm & Eddie.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner

Best Known For Movie: Fool’s Gold
Born: August 18, 1970 , Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Filmography: 48 Hours ’til Monday (2015), Megachurch Murder (2015), American Horror Story (2014-2015), Major Crimes (2013-2015), Key and Peele (2013-2014), Sons of Anarchy (2014), Muted (2014), The Michael J. Fox Show (2014), Friends in Therapy (2013), Second City This Week (2012), Hard: Life of a Bondservant (2012), Community (2011-2012), Reed Between the Lines (2011), King of the Underground (2011), True Blue (2010), Special Agent Oso (2010), Sherri (2009), Hawthorne (2009), Contradictions of the Heart (2009), The Cleaner (2008), Fool’s Gold (2008/I), The List (2007/II), Dexter (2006), Listen Up (2004-2005), Reflections: A Story of Redemption (2004), Stripperella (2004), Jeremiah (2002-2004), Lyric Cafe (2002), Static Shock (2002), Legend of the Candy Cane (2001), 15 Minutes (2001), Malcolm & Eddie (1996-2000), Sliders (1999), A Fare to Remember (1999), Restaurant (1998), The Magic School Bus (1994-1997), Moloney (1997), Adventures from the Book of Virtues (1997), The Tuskegee Airmen (1995), Tyson (1995), Touched by an Angel (1995), Drop Zone (1994), Here and Now (1992-1993), The Cosby Show (1984-1992), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1991), The Real Story of Itsy Bitsy Spider (1991), Saturday Morning Videos (1990), Tour of Duty (1989), Mother’s Day (1989), A Different World (1988-1989), The Father Clements Story (1987), ABC Afterschool Specials (1986), CBS Storybreak (1985), Call to Glory (1984), Fame (1983), Matt Houston (1982), Malcolm & Eddie (1996-2000), Reed Between the Lines (2011), Malcolm & Eddie (), The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show (1992), This Old Man (1990), Reed Between the Lines (2011), Malcolm & Eddie (1997-2000), Kenan & Kel (1996), One on One with Magic Johnson (1994), Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You (1992), The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show (1992), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1992), The Cosby Show (1990-1992), This Old Man (1990), New Edition Past and Present (1989), The Cosby Show (1986-1987), Malcolm & Eddie (1997), Here and Now (1992), Directors on Directing 2: The Story of the Storytellers (2015), The Arsenio Hall Show (2014), Verses & Flow (2014), The ’80s: The Decade That Made Us (2013), Stevie Wonder with Friends: Celebrating a Message of Peace (2013), As Written (2012), Be Inspired: The Life of Heavy D (2012), 2011 Soul Train Awards (2011), MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 (2011), 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards (2011), The Wendy Williams Show (2009-2011), BET Awards 2011 (2011), The 9th Annual TV Land Awards (2011), Gylne tider (2010), Life After (2010), The Mo’Nique Show (2010), My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage (2010), 18th Annual Trumpet Awards (2010), The Mark Twain Prize: Bill Cosby (2009), Today (2009), TV’s All-Time Funniest: A Paley Center for Media Special (2008), The Oprah Winfrey Show (2008), Sound, Verses, Fury (2007), 14th Annual Inner City Destiny Awards (2006), The Greatest (2005), TV Land’s Top Ten (2005), Tavis Smiley (2005), Celebrity Poker Showdown (2005), The View (2005), The 31st Annual People’s Choice Awards (2005), Retrosexual: The 80′s (2004), The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (2004), The Drop (2004), CBS Cares (2004), Child Stars: Then and Now (2003), Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry (2002), The Cosby Show: A Look Back (2002), TV Guide’s 50 Best Shows of All Time: A 50th Anniversary Celebration (2002), NBC 75th Anniversary Special (2002), Inside TV Land: African Americans in Television (2002), Biography (2001), 32nd NAACP Image Awards (2001), VH-1 Where Are They Now? (2000), Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2000 (2000), The Teen Files (1999), The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards (1999), Happy Hour (1999), Hollywood Squares (1998-1999), Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film – Volume II (1997), 3rd Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards (1997), It’s Hot in Here: UPN Fall Preview (1996), Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards ’95 (1995), CBS Schoolbreak Special (1995), All That (1995), Apollo Theatre Hall of Fame (1994), The Arsenio Hall Show (1989-1994), ABC Afterschool Specials (1992-1994), The Word (1994), For Our Children (1993), TV Guide: 40th Anniversary Special (1993), John & Leeza from Hollywood (1993), 25th NAACP Image Awards (1993), The 14th Annual American Black Achievement Awards (1993), The Real Malcolm X (1992), Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, and You (1992), Ebony/Jet Showcase (1986-1992), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992), The Last Laugh: Memories of the Cosby Show (1992), One on One with John Tesh (1992), NBA All-Star Stay in School Jam (1992), Teen Vid I (1991), The 5th Annual American Comedy Awards (1991), Big Bird’s Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake (1991), Children’s Miracle Network Telethon (1990), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990), After Hours (1990), The Earth Day Special (1990), The Cosby Outtakes Show (1990), The 5th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards (1990), Live with Kelly and Michael (1989), Bill Cosby Salutes Alvin Ailey (1989), New Edition Past and Present (1989), Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl (1989), Battle of the Network Stars XIX (1988), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1988), 20th NAACP Image Awards (1988), Matlock (1987), The New Hollywood Squares (1987), The 8th Annual Black Achievement Awards (1987), 19th Annual NAACP Image Awards (1987), Saturday Night Live (1986), The 38th Annual Emmy Awards (1986), Disneyland’s Summer Vacation Party (1986), NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (1986), The 11th Annual People’s Choice Awards (1985), Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa (1985), Body Language (1985), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (1985), The 37th Annual Emmy Awards (1985), Motown Returns to the Apollo (1985), Night of 100 Stars II (1985), The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1985), Fast Copy (1985), One to Grow On (1982), Pioneers of Television (2014), Found Footage Festival Volume 6: Live in Chicago (2012), Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story (2010), The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversary Special (2009), La tele de tu vida (2007), I Was a Network Star (2006), E! True Hollywood Story (2001), Ennis’ Gift (2000), Saturday Night Live: The Best of Phil Hartman (1998).
Other Names: Malcolm Jamal-Warner, M.J. Warner, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Malcom Jamal Warner
Astrological Sign: Leo
Occupation: Actor
Parents: Pamela Warner
Education: Professional Children’s School
Movies: The Tuskegee Airmen, Fool’s Gold, Drop Zone,
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Quote: I have two main bass guitars, and my main bass is a four-string 1964 Fender Jazz, and I’ve named it Justine. View More Malcolm-Jamal Warner Quotes
Height: 5ft 11in (1.8 m)
First Name: Malcolm-Jamal
Last Name: Warner
Birth Full Name: Malcolm-Jamal Warner
Birthplace: Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Build: Athletic
Hair Color: Black
Ethnicity: Black
Nationality: American

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