In 1987 Lisa and Lenny got married (they went to Las Vegas and eloped), and they had a daughter named Zoe in 1988.
By 1989, Lenny had landed a record deal and recorded his first album, "Let Love Rule." Lisa co-wrote a couple of songs on the album and was said to be the inspiration for most of the album.
The backlash from making Angel Heart (1987) is rumored to have prompted Lisa's exit from "The Cosby Show" (1984).
But with Bill Cosby's help, Lisa landed on another comedy series, "A Different World" (1987), in which she starred as a student at a historically black university.
But perhaps because of her personal problems, Lisa began showing up late for work (or sometimes not at all), and she was fired from the series. Bonet and Lenny separated in a bitter breakup and eventually divorced in 1993.
'''Lisa Bonet''' was born in San Francisco but has lived most of her life in New York and Los Angeles, where she attended Reseda High School and Celluloid Actor's Studio.
Lisa is the child of a Jewish mother and a black father who was a music teacher.
Lisa Bonet was born in San Francisco but has lived most of her life in New York and Los Angeles, where she attended Reseda High School and Celluloid Actor's Studio.Lisa's parents divorced when she was young, and she began acting in commercials at the age of 11.At age 16, she landed the role of Denise Huxtable in the hit comedy series "The Cosby Show" (1984). In the mid '80s, she met Lenny Kravitz at a New Edition concert in Los Angeles.At the time, Lenny was a struggling, unknown musician who went by the name Romeo Blue.It wasn't long after they started dating that Lisa and Lenny's relationship was all over the tabloids.The two lovers were said to be soulmates, as they both shared a neo-hippie persona and biracial background (Lenny is also half-black, half-Jewish).