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Does Harry Anderson From Night Court Have Kids?

The late actor, who died in 2018, is survived by his immediate family. 

By Jackie Manno

Judge Harry T. Stone, the lead character on the original Night Courtwas known for his big heart and affinity for magic tricks. The character was actually strongly based off the actor who played him, Harry Anderson.

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Anderson died in 2018 at the age of 65, but his legacy still lives on through his work, loved ones, and family. That includes his two children.

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Does Harry Anderson from Night Court have kids?

Late actor Harry Anderson has two children, 43-year-old Eva Fay Anderson, and 37-year-old Dashiell Anderson. Their mother is Anderson's first wife, Leslie Pollack, who he was married to from 1977 to 1999. Anderson remarried Elizabeth Morgan in the year 2000, who he remained with until his death. 

Although little is known about Anderson's son, Dashiell, he had an appearance as himself in his father's 1996 television special "Harry Anderson: The Tricks of His Trade" where he showed off his magic card tricks.  According to The New York Times, Dashiell is also currently a teacher. 

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John Larroquette Harry Anderson in the original 'Night Court'

As for Eva, she has followed in her father's footsteps and entered the showbiz industry. According to her IMDb page, she is a producer and comedy writer whose credits include You're the Worst, The Bachelorette, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and more. 

Currently, her X page (formerly Twitter) has over 7,000 and many hilarious viral posts. Shortly after her father's death, Eva retweeted a sentimental post made by Judd Apatow honoring the late actor. 

“I interviewed Harry Anderson when I was 15 years old and he was so kind and frank and hilarious. The interview is in my book Sick in the Head. He was a one of a kind talent who made millions so happy,” Apatow wrote on Twitter (now X).

“My father loved that interview and shared it with us just before your book was published. Thank you so much for capturing him at that moment in his life. It is an incredibly special thing to have,” Eva replied

Eva made a sentimental Instagram post about her father on the three-year anniversary of his passing. The post showed a classic vintage photograph of Anderson, a picture from Eva's graduation ceremony, plus a throwback snapshot of Anderson on a motorcycle. 

"Three years. It’s so hard to believe that you’re gone, because in so many ways you truly aren’t," she wrote in the caption. See the post here