'Night Court' judge, Harry Anderson, dead at 65

'Night Court' judge, Harry Anderson, dead at 65

'Night Court' judge, Harry Anderson, dead at 65

While Anderson appeared with a number of his Night Court costars as "themselves" on 30 Rock, he had largely stepped away from Hollywood in recent years, moving to North Carolina in 2006.

He also appeared on the series "Tales From The Crypt".

It was not immediately clear when an official cause of death for Harry Anderson would be available.

Anderson earned three Emmy nominations for his portrayal of the wise-cracking judge throughout the show's nine seasons and was honored as Magician of the Year by the Academy of Magical Arts in 1988. He starred in the 1990 ABC miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's It.

His time on Cheers eventually led Anderson to his most recognizable role, starring as Judge Harry Stone on Night Court beginning in 1984. Foul play was not suspected, authorities said.

He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Morgan, and their two children.

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"Harry was a good man, a good friend, he was good to me when I first got on Night Court", Warfield said. "I'm going to miss you, Harry".

Anderson gained national attention after he guest starred as grifter Harry "the Hat" Gittes on NBC's Cheers in the early 1980s.

Markie Post, who played Christine Sullivan on "Night Court", wrote on Twitter, "I am devastated".

"I had more people in my auto last night", The Times quoted him as telling his piano player during a performance.

He described Anderson as "this demented, semi-famous magician whom I happened to find hilarious". "He was a one of a kind talent who made millions so happy", filmmaker Judd Apatow wrote.

Here is how Anderson's fans remembered his career.

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