Malcolm was in the New Edition music video N.E. Heart Break.
Was nominated for an Emmy in 1986 at age 16 for his portrayal of Theo Huxtable on the 1980s hit The Cosby Show.
Malcom has played the role of Theo Huxtable in three different Television series, Saturday Night Live, The Cosby Show, and A Different World.
VH1 lists Malcolm as 32 of the top 100 greatest kids stars.
Malcolm was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of Theo in The Cosby Show.
Malcolm dated Michelle Thomas for an extended period of time. They broke up in 1993, but remained very close friends. He was at her bedside when she died of cancer in 1998.
The other part of Malcolm name comes from the jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal.
Many of Malcolm friends and co actors refer to him as Huey.
Malcolm was named after legend Malcolm X.
Malcolm is also credited for his work under the name of Malcolm Jamal Warner.
Malcolm was the producer of This Old Man in 1990.
Malcolm directed an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Malcolm also directed many of the episodes of Malcolm and Eddie.
Malcolm directed the TV series Kenan & Kel in 1996.
Malcolm first TV series was on "The Cosby Show" where he played "Theodore Huxtable".
In 1994 Malcolm was the host of the TV special "Kids Killing Kids".
A spin off from the TV series Family Matters, Malcolm was the lead character in the series Malcolm and Eddie in 1996.
The TV series "Jeremiah", Malcolm was the character of "Kurdy".
Malcom was the host of the TV series "Lyrics Café" in 2002.
In the TV series "Listen Up" Malcolm played the character of "Bernie Widmer" in 2004.
Malcom played "Randy" in the 2005 release of the movie "I'm Perfect".
Malcolm is in post production of a film titled "Contradictions of the Heart" playing the character of "Mile Long Band" to be released in 2006.
Malcolm was born on August 18, 1970 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Malcolm is married to Karen Malina White.
Malcolm's height is 5'11.
Malcolm released an auto-biography, "Theo and Me", in 1988.