Bill Cosby has made many quotable remarks, but the words we'd like to archive here are those memorable ones when he received his first of three Emmy Awards for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series in 1966.
“Thank you  I first of all have to thank a man who brought me into his office - that talks out of the side of his mouth - and he was talking straight. And he looked at me and said `I'm going to put you on television.' I said `Yah. OK. Sure. Fine. You call me. I won't call you.' I would also like to thank NBC for having GUTS. I would like to thank Art Stark and Johnny Carson for presenting me each and every night on the `Tonight Show.' I extend my hand to a man by the name of Robert Culp who, well, the guy took … he took a comedian who couldn't do anything as far as acting is concerned, and he lost this because he helped me. That's the greatest thing a human being can ever do.”
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