Ensa Cosby Wiki: Facts To Know About Bill Cosby’s Daughter

Ensa Cosby

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Ensa Cosby Wiki

Ensa Cosby was the daughter of Bill Cosby. She was one of five children born to Bill and Camille Cosby. On February 23, 2018 Ensa died from renal disease.

Ensa was born on April 8, 1973 and was fourth child of five children born to Bill and Camille Cosby. She is survived by one child, her parents and her three sisters. Her siblings include three sisters named Erika, Erinn and Evin. Her brother Ennis Cosby was murdered during a robbery attempt on January 16, 1997 in Los Angeles. He was 27 years old that time.

Ensa may not be a professional actress but she appeared in 1989 episode of her father’s famous TV show “The Cosby Show” playing a girl at a party. She also helped her mom Camille to write her book “Television’s Imageable Influences: The Self-Perception of Young African-Americans”.

Throughout her life, she has been very supportive to her father. When Bill was accused of sexual assault in late 2014, she supported Bill saying that he is innocent in the case. She said: “I strongly believe my father is innocent of the crimes alleged against him and I believe that racism has played a big role in all aspects of this scandal.”

In support of her father she also said: “How my father is being punished by a society that still believes black men rape white women but passes off ‘boys will be boys’ when white men are accused, and how the politics of our country prove my disgust. My father has been publicly lynched in the media,”

Ensa was married to Martin Lord McLean. They tied the knot on August 31, 2013 in Trinity Church in Massachusetts. Together they have one child.

Ensa Cosby Death

According to Cosby’s spokesperson Andrew Wyatt, Ensa died from renal disease. Renal disease is the most severe stage of chronic kidney disease often caused by diabetes.

Ensa had been suffering with kidney problem for several years. Some sources also told that her kidney were so bad that she may have been in need of transplant.