Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Night Court Star Harry Anderson Passes Away

Night Court Star Harry Anderson Passes Away

Anderson became a household name in the United States as he played Judge Harry T. Stone on sitcom Night Court that ran from 1984 to 1992. Anderson's exact cause of death is now unknown, though his son, Dashiell, told TMZ that he died of natural causes. "I was never really an actor", he once said.

After "Night Court", he co-starred as columnist Dave Barry in the comedy "Dave's World", which ran for four seasons. Anderson starred in the sitcom alongside John Larroquette, Richard Moll, Charles Robinson, Marsha Warfield and Markie Post.

Marsha Warfield played bailiff Roz Russell and was the flawless deadpan foil to Anderson's character Stone's zany antics.

Born in 1952, in Newport, RI, Anderson took a career as a professional magician and combined it with a kind of slick, sharp wit of a comedian charlatan, and became one of the best known television personalities during the 1980s, first with memorable appearances on Cheers as grifter extraordinaire Harry the Hat. "Rest in peace, Harry the Hat, you were my friend". The three-time Emmy nominee not only starred on the sitcoms Night Court and Dave's World, but he was a semi-regular on another long-running NBC comedy Cheers.

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Our thoughts here at CinemaBlend go out to the friends, family, and loved ones of Harry Anderson in this hard time. Born in Rhode Island, Anderson reportedly had a hard childhood and moved frequently with his mother, whom he once described in an interview with Playboy as "a hustler". "He was a one of a kind talent who made millions so happy", tweeted Judd Apatow. "I'll talk about you later, Harry, but for now, I'm devastated".

Anderson is survived by two children from his first marriage to Leslie Pollack, and by his current wife Elizabeth Morgan.

A People magazine story in 2002 said Anderson disappeared from Hollywood and resurfaced as the owner of a New Orleans magic shop.

Looking at his IMDB profile, it's interesting how often he worked after he quit starring in a regular series in 1997-and how often it intersected with his old "Night Court" cast.

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