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Sabrina Marie Le Beauf is an American television actress best known for her portrayal of Sondra Huxtable on the NBC situation comedy "The Cosby Show."
Born March 21, 1958 of Louisiana Creole descent, Le Beauf was 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 in Downey, California.
In her early career, Le Beauf first appeared on TV in the 1986 TV Series, "Hotel," later appearing in "CBS Schoolbreak Special," later getting a role in the 1989 TV movie, "Howard Beach: Making a Case for Murder." In her early career, she was often credited as "Sabrina Lebeauf."
In 1984, Le Beauf was cast as Sondra Huxtable, the eldest Huxtable daughter on iconic 80s TV comedy, "The Cosby Show," despite being only ten years younger than her TV mom, Phylicia Rashad. Beating out both pop singer Whitney Houston and Miss America Vanessa L. Williams for the role, she starred on the show as both a regular and as a semi-regular for seven years until the show ended in 1992. To date, it is her mosy popular role to date.
After "The Cosby Show," Le Beauf appeared on two episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and she went on to voice the character Norma Bindlebeep on the Nick at Nite animated series "Fatherhood," based on Bill Cosby's book of the same name.
Le Beauf 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 in the off-broadway play “Love, Loss and What I Wore” that ran from 2009 to 2012.