Unfortunately, it turns out that she meant the latter. Macolm-Jamal recently opened up to Sister 2 Sister about the split. I think what Regina and I—you know, we had been together for several years before people realized we were together.So unfortunately our breakup got more coverage than our being together, and that kind of sucked ‘cause we spent so much time trying to keep it out of the public eye, and then the breakup was so much in the public eye.So all relationships have their share of obstacles, and you just try not to have yours plastered.” Though we’re sad they they’re no longer together, it’s great to see that they remain amicable.
Warner auditioned for the role on the very last day of the nationwide search and was chosen by Cosby himself.He also starred in Jeremiah, was the voice of The Producer character on The Magic School Bus and co-starred with comedian Eddie Griffin for four years on the UPN sitcom Malcolm & Eddie.Warner continued his career on the CBS sitcom Listen Up!If there’s one couple that we were really sad to see throw in the towel, it was Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Regina King. It’s difficult to imagine what could’ve possibly gone wrong.But as most of us who have been long-term relationships before know, getting together is simple; staying together is where things get a little tricky.
Breakup rumors surrounding the couple began swirling back in March, but King quickly took to Twitter in what some perceived as an attempt at putting those whispers to bed.Though damage control tweet seemed to keep some at bay, folks like us were busy trying to figure out whether or not her tweet meant that they’re good and still together or good it broken up.is an American actor, musician, director, producer, writer and consultant. He was named after Malcolm X and jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal.He is best known for his roles as Theo Huxtable on the long-running NBC sitcom The Cosby Show and as Malcolm Mc Gee on the UPN sitcom Malcolm & Eddie. At the age of nine, he demonstrated an interest in show business which led to enrollment in acting schools.His active career as a child later led him to graduate high school from The Professional Children's School in New York City, New York.With appearances and roles on many television shows and films, he landed his most successful role as Theo Huxtable, the only son of Heathcliff Huxtable, who was played by Bill Cosby on the NBC sitcom, The Cosby Show from 1984 to 1992.