The original version of the funny legal comedy Night Court aired on NBC from 1984 to 1992, and its ultra-talented actors who held the courtroom together made it legendary. Since then, we’ve lost some of those famous actors while others have gone on to play various unforgettable parts.
Where is the Original Night Court Cast Now?
Harry Anderson (Judge Harry T. Stone)
On Night Court, Anderson portrayed the prominent main character Judge Harry T. Stone. His other well-known roles include journalist Dave Barry in the 1993-1997 sitcom Dave’s World and a recurrent part on Cheers. He also appeared in 30 Rock’s legendary Night Court episode.
Anderson d!ed in the year 2018. His final performance before his deαth was in the 2014 film A Matter of Faith.
John Larroquette (Prosecutor Dan Fielding)
Following his prominent role on Night Court, Larroquette had his own NBC sitcom, The John Larroquette Show, which lasted from 1993 to 1996.
He is now repeating his role as Dan Fielding in the Night Court 2023 remake.
Markie Post (Public Defender Christine Sullivan)
Post was also noted for her roles as Georgie Hartman in the sitcom Hearts Afire from 1992 to 1995 and Barbara ‘Bunny’ Fletcher on Chicago P.D. Post d!ed from cαncer in 2021.
Richard Moll (Bailiff Bull Shannon)
Moll’s voiceover work is well-known outside of Night Court. More notably, he provided the voice of Two-Face in The New Batman Adventures and Batman: The Animated Series.
A Tweet posted by the official account of Variety. You can also find out more information about Night Court Cast by reading the below tweet:-
‘Night Court’ Surprise: Original Cast Member Marsha Warfield on Roz’s Return to the Revival for Its Season Finale https://t.co/5E1gyx4too
— Variety (@Variety) May 10, 2023
Marsha Warfield (Bailiff Rosalind Russell)
Additionally, Warfield appeared frequently in Dave’s World and The John Larroquette Show. Her recent appearance was in Fox’s police procedural series 9-1-1 in 2021 as Toni Wilson.
Warfield surprised viewers in the new Night Court’s Season 1 conclusion, much to the audience’s pleasure. In a hurried cameo, she played Roz once more.
Her character was in a tricky situation when detained in Louisiana while attending a raucous bachelorette celebration. She suddenly found herself standing next to Dan Fielding, who just happened to be the judge overseeing the case.
Charles Robinson (Clerk Mac Robinson)
Robinson appeared in several popular shows after Night Court was over, including The Bernie Mac Show, How I Met Your Mother, Charmed, My Wife and Kids, and My Name Is Earl. At the age of 75, Robinson passed away in 2021.
On NBC and Peacock, watch Night Court. On May 9, 2023, the Season 1 finale will air.
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