Night Court' actor Harry Anderson dies at 65


Night Court actor Harry Anderson died Monday morning in Asheville, N.C., the Asheville Police Department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Asheville police spokesperson Christina Hallingse said no foul play is suspected. After moving to New Orleans in 2000, Anderson opened a magic shop called Sideshow on Chartres Street (now the location of the Deurty Boys art gallery) and took over the Matador club at the corner of Decatur Street and Esplanade Avenue, which he renamed Oswald's Speakeasy.

Other credits include appearances on "The John Larroquette Show", "Parker Lewis Can't Lose", "Tales From The Crypt" and in what may be one of the most freakish casting choices in years, the 1990 television adaption of Stephen King's "It".

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He was a longtime fan of singer Mel Tormé, who appeared on "Night Court" with Anderson in six different episodes.

Night Court was well-known in its era for being one of NBC's most-successful shows and it helped to continue a tremendous run that they had from Cheers to Frasier, Friends, Seinfeld, and many other hits that spanned a couple of decades.

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Anderson has said he never sought to be an actor. He'd a protracted role & ldquo; Cheers & rdquo; as Harry & ldquo; The Hat & rdquo; Gittes after building a dab with quite a few appearances & ldquo; & rdquo, Saturday Night stay.

"I guess they figured I was an actor", Anderson said. In 2008, Anderson played himself on 30 Rock as part of a Night Court reunion of sorts alongside former co-stars Markie Post and Charles Robinson.

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