Geoffrey Owens Cast in NCIS: New Orleans Season 5

Bessie Dean
September 13, 2018

As you may recall, Geoffrey Owens, the former Cosby Show actor photographed by two women who spotted him working in a New Jersey Trader Joe's, has had his private life completely disrupted.

The "Cosby Show" alum has been cast in a guest role in the upcoming season of "NCIS: New Orleans" on CBS. Pride will visit Adams for "both medical and spiritual advice", according to ET. Owens, who clearly knows how great Trader Joe's is, didn't pay any heed to the trolls who tried to mock his "fall from grace", saying he was perfectly happy making an honest living at the grocery store in between gigs.

Owens will appear in the sixth episode of Season 5, which will air in late-October. An accomplished actor who seemed like the ideal fit to add to our extended repertory company", said NCIS: "New Orleans Executive Producer Christopher Silber.

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"Total class act!" Silber wrote.

It looks like paper or plastic isn't in the script for Geoffrey Owens now that multiple acting projects are checking out. Right after his financial misfortune made the news, Tyler Perry offered him a 10-episode deal on "The Haves and the Have Nots". "He is going to do what he needs to do to support his family", Perry said last week on "GMA".

"What I hope continues to resonate is the idea that one job is not better than another", Owens said earlier.

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