Congratulatory messages for the happy couple continue to roll in by the minute on social media.Rashad is the daughter of actress Phylicia Rashad and former NFL player Ahmad Rashåd.Here he stars as loveable obstetrician Heathcliff "Cliff" Huxtable, alongside his gorgeous lawyer wife Clair (Phylicia Rashad), and their five children, ranging in age from post-collegiate to preschool (as of the first season): Sondra (Sabrina Le Beauf), Denise (Lisa Bonet), Theo (Malcolm-Jamal Warner), Vanessa (Tempestt Bledsoe), and Rudy (Keshia Knight Pulliam).Featured a rare inverted Chuck Cunningham Syndrome — in the opening episode the parents have the exchange, "Why do we have four children? ", but it's later revealed that they do indeed have five.Rashad, a sportscaster and a close friend of Michael Jordan’s, is keeping the romance on the down low.
It was heartwarming and likely to end in An Aesop if not a full-on Golden Moment.
He then played for the Buffalo Bills (1974), and most notably, the Minnesota Vikings (1976–1982), where he earned four Pro Bowl selections from 1978 to 1981.
and accepted an athletic scholarship to the University of Oregon in Eugene.
Who else thought former NFL star Ahmad Rashad was still married to actress Phylicia Rashad? And this time his new wife, Sale Johnson, wants a divorce AND she wants to keep him from ever setting foot inside their exclusive gated community. From Page Six: The former NFL star’s wife, Sale Johnson, has had him banned from their exclusive gated community as their divorce gets nasty.
Johnson has hired security guards to block her ex from the tony Bears Club gated community, Jose Lambiet of Gossip Extra reports.