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Where Is the Original Night Court Cast Now?
What an iconic show and group of actors!
The original version of the hilarious legal comedy Night Court ran on NBC from 1984-1992 and was made legendary by its ultra-talented actors who held the courtroom together. We've lost some of those iconic actors since, and others have gone on to perform in many memorable roles. Read on for more details.
Where is the original Night Court cast now?
Harry Anderson (Judge Harry T. Stone)
Anderson played the iconic main character Judge Harry T. Stone on Nigh Court. His other popular roles included journalist Dave Barry in the sitcom Dave’s World, which ran from 1993-1997, plus a recurring role on Cheers. He also played himself in the classic Night Court episode of 30 Rock.
Anderson passed away in 2018. His last role before passing was in the 2014 film A Matter of Faith.
John Larroquette (Prosecutor Dan Fielding)
After his legendary role on Night Court, Larroquette had his own sitcom on NBC, fittingly titled The John Larroquette show, which ran from 1993-1996.
Currently, he is reprising his role as Dan Fielding in the 2023 reimagining of Night Court on NBC.
Markie Post (Public Defender Christine Sullivan)
Other roles that Post was known for was playing Georgie Hartman on the sitcom Hearts Afire from 1992-1995 and Barbara 'Bunny' Fletcher on Chicago P.D.
Post passed away in 2021 of cancer.
Richard Moll (Bailiff Bull Shannon)
Aside from Night Court, Moll is known for his voiceover work. More specifically, he has voiced Two-Face in Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures.
Marsha Warfield (Bailiff Rosalind Russell)
Warfield also had recurring roles in The John Larroquette Show and Dave’s World. Her most recent role was that of Toni Wilson in Fox’s police procedural show 9-1-1 in 2021.
Much to fans' delight, Warfield made a surprise appearance during the Season 1 finale of the new Night Court. She reprised her role as Roz in a last-minute cameo. Her character got herself into a sticky situation when she was arrested during a wild bachelorette party in Louisiana. She found herself face-to-face with Dan Fielding, who coincidentally happened to be the Judge handling the case.
Charles Robinson (Clerk Mac Robinson)
After Night Court ended, Robinson made appearances in many hit shows, such as The Bernie Mac Show, How I Met Your Mother, Charmed, My Wife and Kids, and My Name Is Earl.
Robinson passed away in 2021 at the age of 75.