"The Cosby Show" star Geoffrey Owens is proud of his 23-year-old son, Jordyn Owens' acting debut in the Netflix comedy series, "Uncoupled," which features Neil Patrick Harris in the lead role.

"I’m beyond words proud," Owens told PageSix over the weekend. "I’m speechless." Considering it is Jordyn's first acting work, he also chimed in and said, "Especially for a first project, it doesn’t get any better than this."

Ahead of working in the Netflix series, Jordyn worked as a model and also picked up painting as a hobby during the pandemic. He used to also play on guard position for the University of Massachusetts Lowell basketball team.

Geoffrey proudly shared how his son is capable of turning heads and added, "I’ve observed it over the years. I’ve been observing it for the last five or six years." The actor shares Jordyn with his wife Josette Owens. Thehasple have been married since 1995.

Jordyn portrays Trey's character in "Uncoupled." The Netflix series revolves around a gay couple who break up because one of them decides to leave after almost two decades together.

Harris, who played Michael’s character in the series, can be seen romancing actor Tuc Watkins. However, when Watkins’ character decides to walk away after 17 years of relationship, it turns Michael’s life upside down. It also stars Emerson Brooks, Tisha Campbell and Brooks Ashmanskas.

The series dropped on Netflix on July 29. The streaming giant shared the trailer of the show on Twitter last week:

Geoffrey, on the other hand, worked on a popular '80s sitcom, "The Cosby Show" from 1985 to 1992. The 61-year-old actor played Elvin Tibideaux's character in the series.

The success of the sitcom led him to work in many movies and shows including "The Paper," "Built to Last," "Stonebrook," "Law & Order," "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant," "Without a Trace," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "The Wedding Bells."

Earlier this year, the actor was seen in three TV series, "The Rookie," "Bull" and "All Rise." Considering his upcoming project, Geoffrey will play President Andrews' character in an upcoming thriller movie, "Susie Searches," which is helmed by director Sophie Kargman.

The flick is penned by writers William Day Frank and Sophie Kargman. It will also star Alex Wolff, Rachel Sennott, Kat Foster and Ken Marino.

Actor Geoffrey Owens
Actor Geoffrey Owens was backed by celebrities when articles where he was shamed for being spotted bagging groceries in a supermarket surfaced online. In this image: Owens attends the 9th Annual TV Land Awards at the Javits Center in New York City, April 10, 2011. Getty Images/Larry Busacca