In 1984, The Cosby Show, on of the greatest TV sitcoms of all times, aired its first episode and its cast and stories have continued to affect today’s media in good and bad ways. Much focus and controversy have been placed on the actor Bill Cosby, who played Cliff Huxtable, the main protagonist of the series. However, not many wonder what happened to the many other actors on the set of this show.
Sabrina LeBeauf, also known as Sondra Huxtable, surprisingly didn’t remain an actress for long after her time on The Cosby Show. Instead, she began her new profession as an interior decorator. After the sitcom ended in 1992, she began studying at UCLA in a professional interior design program, according to AmoMama.
When asked by People magazine why she took such a drastic change from theatrical arts, LeBeauf states: "Whatever part of the brain and the heart that acting feeds in me, design does the same thing." These days, LeBeauf lives in New York City and serves high-earning clients, and occasionally dabbles in her original career of acting.