‘Night Court’ Actor Was 75 – The Hollywood Reporter

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Charlie Robinson, the actor best recognized for his work on the sitcom night court, has passed away. He was 75.

Robinson died Sunday at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center of cardiac arrest with multi-system organ failure due to septic shock and metastatic adenocarcinoma, his representative said. The Hollywood Reporter.

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With a career spanning more than 50 years on both the small screen and the stage, Robinson gained recognition for his role as Clerk Mac Robinson in the long-running sitcom night court, which ran from 1984 to 1992.

A member of the Actors Studio, Robinson’s TV credits include: love war, buffalo bill, Home improvement, mom, Heart of Dixie, NCIS and The guestbook. He also starred in movies The river, The house rabbit, Shut it down, Antwone Fischer, Jackson and Even money.

He recently starred opposite Wendell Pierce in James Tyler’s play An old black man.

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John Larroquette, Harry Anderson, Charles Robinson, Richard Moll and Markie Post in NIGHT COURT, 1984-92.
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Throughout his career, Robinson earned a Best Actor, Image Theater Award, and FRED Award for his portrayal of Simon in The whipping man; an Ovation Award for Best Actor for his role as Troy Maxon in the 2008 production fences and twice won the Camie Award for movies Secret Santa (2003) and Miss Lettie and me and (2002), which also featured Mary Tyler Moore and Burt Reynolds.

Robinson is survived by his wife, Dolorita, children Luca, Charlie, Christian and Byron, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, daughters-in-law and dog, “Nala.” The family is currently requesting their privacy while preparing for an immediate family funeral.

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