Malcolm-Jamal Warner Reveals He Had Crush on 'Cosby' Co-Star Lisa Bonet

PHOTO: Malcom-Jamal Warner attends Nat Geos The 80s: The Decade That Made Us New York Premiere at Culture Club, April 9, 2013. | Lisa Bonet arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Divergent at Regency Bruin Theatre, March 18, 2014.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner couldn't help but be attracted to the beautiful Lisa Bonet when the two started working together on the iconic "Cosby Show."

"Early on, it was Lisa [Bonet]" he told "Access Hollywood" of his "Cosby" crush. "Just because we were so close in age."

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The two played Huxtable brother and sister on the hit 1980's sitcom.

"But, I never had a shot," he added. "At 13, 14, you know when you have a shot or not -- even at that age."

Even though the two never got together, Warner said the two have remained close friends over the years.

"Lisa and I have been very cool [over the years]. But, I'm very cool with everybody because we all bonded over such a unique experience. That bond, no matter how much time goes by, we'll always have that bond," he said.

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