Bill Cosby has only been a free man for two days, but he is ready to make his showbiz comeback; in fact, Radar has learned he's been prepping since incarceration.
The Cosby family's rep Andrew Wyatt tells Radar, the 83-year-old can't wait to get back on the stage to tell his story.
We've learned Cosby has jokes and ideas coming out of his ears because being creative is how he passed his time in prison.
"He has been working on new materials, while incarcerated. So, he’s ready to get back to performing," Wyatt tells Radar.
He also dropped another comeback bombshell -- Cosby is reportedly working on a documentary.
According to Wyatt, a "major production company and network" already has their stamp of approval on it.
And while many are canceling Cosby, several big-wigs in showbiz are already jumping at the chance to work with him.
"He’s been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners over his breakfast this morning. … He’s just excited the way the world is welcoming him back," Wyatt said.
Cosby stepped out onto the comedy scene in San Francisco during the '60s. Before the decade was over, the comedian already scored himself a Grammy for Best Comedy Album.
In 1965, he made his television debut starring in crime show I Spy.
One year later, he made history as the first African American to earn an Emmy Award for lead actor in a drama.
Of course, Cosby's fame shot through the roof when he starred in The Cosby Show, which began in 1969.
Playing Cliff Huxtable, his TV wife on the comedy show Phylicia Rashad caught some major heat when she celebrated Cosby's prison release.
As Radar reported, Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided to overturn Cosby's sexual assault conviction on Wednesday.
Hours later, he was a free man after spending the past two years behind bars in a state prison near Philadelphia after being found guilty in the sexual assault of former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004.
The star -- formerly known as "America's Dad" -- was convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault in 2018. He was sentenced to three to 10-years.
Cosby's conviction being overturned is due to a legal technicality.
He can never be retried for the crime again.
In May, Cosby was denied parole after refusing to participate in a court-ordered treatment program for sex offenders.
Following his prison release, Cosby flashed a peace sign outside of his home before greeting his wife and family.