Add Vivica A. Fox to the list of celebs who are speaking out in defense of Bill Cosby.
The 50-year-old actress appeared on The Meredith Viera Show on Thursday where she recounted her experience working with the 77-year-old comedian, who has been accused of sexual assault by some 20 women, insisting to the talk show host that Cosby is "nothing like the man they are describing."
Her remarks come just one day after the actor returned to the stage in Kitchener, Ontario—his first live performance since November—and two days after Phylicia Rashad, who played Cosby's onscreen wife for the series' eight-year run, also defended her former co-star (Cosby and his legal team have consistently denied all allegations of sexual abuse made against him in the past, and the Cosby Show patriarch has never been criminally charged in any case).
"I worked on the Cosby show and was honored to do the show," Fox told Viera while applauding Keshia Knight Pulliam, aka Rudy Huxstable, for the way she has fielded the media questions.