William Lancelot Bowles III is widely known as the child of William Lancelot Bowles Jr. and Phylicia Rashad, who is a popular Hollywood actress and singer. She isn’t like her mother; William Lancelot Bowles III maintains a secluded life.
Today GHNewsLive is here with more information about Phylicia Rashad’s son, William Lancelot Bowles III, and his history, net worth, and photos. We’ll also learn about his parents and other interesting facts about him.
William Lancelot Bowles iii Biography
Diving into her age and where she was born, William Lancelot Bowles III was born in 1973 to William Lancelot Bowles Jr and Phylicia Rashad. Though there are little facts about his education, it is assumed that he attended a good school in the United States of America.
William Lancelot Bowles iii Net Worth
There aren’t any specifics about William Lancelot Bowles’s iii net worth and not much is known about what he even does for a living, however, his mother, Physical Rashad is believed to be worth $25 million.
William was born in 1973 but no details regarding his birth month or day have been revealed.
William’s father is William Lancelot Bowles, Jr and his mother is the 80s actress Physical Rashad. Rashad and William Lancelot Bowles, Jr got married in 1972 and gave birth to Lancelot Bowles III but the marriage ended in 1975.
William Lancelot Bowles III Wikipedia
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Apart from working with Bill Cosby, some of the movies Phylicia Rashad has acted in include; Into the Woods,” “Jelly’s Last Jam,” “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” “A Raisin in the Sun,” among others.
In 2015, Rashad Phylicia was nominated for and won “The BET Honors.” She was also nominated for an Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series by the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2019 and 2020.
In 2021, Phylicia became embroiled in a controversy after tweeting about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision to reverse comedian and actor Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction, which she regarded as a wrong being righted. Her statement generated outrage on social media, prompting her to delete the tweet and apologize.