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Malcolm-Jamal Warner Edit Profile

actor , director , Producer

Malcolm-Jamal Warner, American actor, director, producer. National chairman Osmond Foundation's Miracle Network Telethon; honorary youth chairperson National Parent-Teachers Association; co-chair Black Family Reunion Celebration.


Warner, Malcolm-Jamal was born on August 18, 1970 in Jersey City. Son of Robert and Pamela Warner.


Graduate with honors, Professional Children's School, New York City. Graduate, New York University.


Founder record label The Wonder Factory, 1998.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Actor television series The Cosby Show, NBC, 1984-1992, Here and Now, 1992, Malcolm & Eddie, 1996-2000, Jeremiah, since 2002, Listen Up, since 2004. Co-starred numerous television movies and series including NBC film The Father Clements Story, 1987, Tour of Duty, A Desperate Exit, 1986, Tyson, 1995, The Tuskegee Airmen, 1995. Co-director episode The Cosby Show, 1989.

      Director New Edition's hit music video Northeast Heartbreak. New York stage debut in Off-Broadway production Three Ways Home, 1988. Author: (book) Theo and Me, 1988.

      Host numerous instructional videos including Home Alone: A Kid's Guide to Playing Safe on Your Own, also a series on reading motivation. Host television shows: Columbia Broadcasting System Storybreak, 1993-1995. Voice in The Magic School Bus, 1994-1998.

      Feature films include Drop Zone, 1994, Restaurant, 1998, A Fare to Remember, 1998, Reflections: A Story of Redemption, 2004, The List, 2006, Contradictions of the Heart, 2006, Fool's Gold, 2008.


National chairman Osmond Foundation's Miracle Network Telethon. Honorary youth chairperson National Parent-Teachers Association. Co-chair Black Family Reunion Celebration.


Married Karen Malina White.

Robert Warner

Pamela Warner

Karen Malina White.