Bill Cosby was once known to millions as "America's Dad," but the comedian now faces several jail terms after being convicted of sexual assault.
His role as the benevolent, jumper-wearing Dr Cliff Huxtable in 1980s hit sitcom The Cosby Show made him a national treasure in the U.S.
But more than a dozen women accused Cosby of misconduct, and one case made it to court.
The jury failed to reach a verdict in June 2017, but a retrial led to his conviction less than a year later.
How did this man, a household name for so long in America, rise and fall so far?