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'Night Court' Star Harry Anderson's 911 Transcript Released

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"Night Court" star Harry Anderson was dead well before paramedics arrived, according to his wife who called 911.  TMZ obtained the transcript from the 911 call Elizabeth Morgan placed earlier this week to authorities in North Carolina after Harry apparently went into cardiac arrest in his sleep. She tells the operator ... "His hand -- he's cold. He's not ice cold, but he's definitely cold. His eyes are partially open, uh, but he's not looking at anything, he's not responding.
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The Top Five Memorable Moments from the Show “Night Court”

Remember Night Court? It was one of the top shows on TV that made us laugh and even pay attention when it needed to. Sadly one of its stars, Harry Anderson, Judge Stone himself, passed away recently. The best performances of the show were almost always in the court room and the best times were had when bringing the defendants up to be tried for whatever it was that they’d done. This was the kind of show that people actually huddled around the TV for whenever it came on just so they wouldn’t miss it. It was one of the

The Top Five Memorable Moments from the Show “Night Court
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The History of Bad Ideas – Episode 224: Scrappy Doo, Paladin!

Emanating from their studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, The History of Bad Ideas sees hosts Jason, Jeff and Blake talk about all things geeky on their podcast. Whether it’s rumours of the latest comic book movies, debating who really is the worst villain of all time, discussing the latest comic issues or just wondering about life in general, you are sure to have a fun time with them! In theory.

If you haven’t listened to the show before – why not? – you can check out previous episodes of The History of Bad Ideas podcast on iTunes and look out for new episodes here on Nerdly each and every week…

Episode 224: Scrappy Doo, Paladin!

The Hobi Gang is in high spirits this week as they are excited about the returning Westworld, Blake and Jason are actually positive about The Walking Dead season finale but couldn’t care less about Morgan on Fear the Walking Dead!
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‘Night Court’ Star Harry Anderson Dead at 65

‘Night Court’ Star Harry Anderson Dead at 65
Harry Anderson, the magician-turned-actor who presided over the NBC sitcom Night Court, has died at age 65. Anderson passed away on Monday at his home in Asheville, North Carolina, according to Variety. His cause of death is unknown, though authorities have ruled out foul play. Anderson was best known for his starring role as the quirky Judge […]

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Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Star, Dies At 65

Harry Anderson, who was best known for his role in Night Court, died on April 16, he was 65. According to a report from Wspa-tv, Anderson was found in his home in Asheville, N.C. early Monday morning by police officers. Authorities have do not suspect any foul play involved. Anderson started off his career as a […]

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'Night Court' Star Harry Anderson Was Doa, Possible Cardiac Arrest

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"Night Court" star Harry Anderson was found dead when paramedics arrived at his home ... TMZ has learned. We got the dispatch audio that went out to the fire department, and the call was for a person suffering from cardiac arrest at Harry's address. The first responders later confirmed Harry was dead on arrival.  As we reported ... Harry died Monday at his home in North Carolina. Authorities say no foul play is suspected. Anderson famously played Judge Harry T.
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Harry Anderson dies: Night Court star Marsha Warfield’s touching tribute

Night Court star Harry Anderson died at home yesterday in Asheville, North Carolina, at the age of 65, police confirmed. Anderson was an actor, magician and comedian, but it was his role as Judge Stone on the NBC show that made him a huge name in showbusiness. Anderson played the prankster judge with a wonderful air of lighthearted mischief and also performed as an amateur magician. It was art imitating life. Reinhold Weege was the showrunner and the series aired for nine seasons, from January 4, 1984 to May 31, 1992. How did Harry Anderson die? Police said Anderson was found […]

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‘Night Court’ Star Markie Post Is ‘Devastated’ by Harry Anderson’s Death

‘Night Court’ Star Markie Post Is ‘Devastated’ by Harry Anderson’s Death
Markie Post, who played public defender Christine Sullivan on the NBC sitcom “Night Court,” reacted to the news of series star Harry Anderson’s death at age 65 on Monday, saying she was “devastated” by the loss.

“I am devastated,” Post, who appeared as a regular on Seasons 3 through 9 of the series, said in a tweet. “I’ll talk about you later, Harry, but for now, I’m devastated.”

Anderson was found in his home in Asheville, North Carolina, early Monday morning, police confirmed to the local CBS station Wspa.

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The actor earned three Emmy nominations for his role as Judge Harry Stone on the NBC comedy, which aired from 1984 to 1992. Police said no foul play was suspected. A spokesperson for the Asheville Police Department did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

His co-star Marsha Warfield posted a tearful reaction to the news of Anderson’s death to Facebook, saying: “I didn’t know I was going to be this emotional, or I wouldn’t have started this video.”

Warfield said, “he was a good man, he was a good friend. He was kind to me when I first got on ‘Night Court.'”

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Anderson’s other credits include Harry “Harry the Hat” Gittes on “Cheers”and Dave Barry on “Dave’s World.”

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‘Night Court’ Alumni and More Remember Harry Anderson: ‘One of a Kind’

‘Night Court’ Alumni and More Remember Harry Anderson: ‘One of a Kind’
Night Court” alumni and more media personalities have taken to social media to mourn the death of Harry Anderson, who played Judge Harry T. Stone on the ’80s legal comedy.

The 65-year-old actor died at his home in Asheville, N.C., according to a local media report. Police off

icers found his body early Monday morning, according to a report by Wspa-tv, the CBS affiliate in Spartanburg, N.C.

Marsha Warfield, who starred as court officer Rosalind “Roz” Russell alongside Anderson’s lovably quirky Manhattan judge character in “Night Court,” expressed her sadness about the news on Twitter on Monday.
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Harry Anderson, 'Night Court' Actor, Dead at 65

Harry Anderson, 'Night Court' Actor, Dead at 65
Harry Anderson, the actor, comedian and magician best known for playing Judge Harry Stone on the sitcom Night Court, died Monday at his home in Asheville, North Carolina. He was 65.

"This morning at 6:41 a.m. the Asheville Police Department responded to the home of actor Harry Anderson where he was found deceased," the Asheville Police Department confirmed told the Hollywood Reporter. "No foul play is suspected."

Anderson started his career as a magician before turning to comedy and, eventually, acting. "I started in magic and then I got out
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Night Court Star, Three-Time Emmy Nominee Harry Anderson Dead at 65

Night Court Star, Three-Time Emmy Nominee Harry Anderson Dead at 65
Harry Anderson, who starred in NBC’s ’80s sitcom Night Court, has died at the age of 65, our sister site Variety is reporting.

Anderson was found dead at his home in Asheville, North Carolina on Monday. No cause of death has been released, but no foul play is suspected.

After playing con man Harry the Hat in six episodes of Cheers, Anderson went on to star alongside John Larroquette and Markie Post as the goofy, amiable Judge Harry Stone on Night Court, which premiered on NBC in 1984. A staple of NBC’s primetime comedy lineup in the late ’80s, Night Court
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Harry Anderson Dies: ‘Night Court’ Star & ‘Cheers’ Actor Was 65

Harry Anderson, who earned multiple Emmy nominations for playing Judge Harry T. Stone on the NBC comedy Night Court, was found dead today at a home in Asheville, Nc. He was 65. No cause of death was reported, but Asheville Police Pio Christina Hallingse confirmed his death to Deadline and said they do not suspect foul play. Anderson appeared in three Season 1 episodes of NBC’s Cheers as local flim-flam man/magician Harry “The Hat” Gitties, including a memorable sting…
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Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Star, Dies at 65

Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Star, Dies at 65
Night Court” star Harry Anderson has died, multiple outlets reported Monday. He was 65.

The actor was found in his home in Asheville, North Carolina, early Monday morning, police confirmed to the local CBS station Wspa.

Anderson earned three Emmy nominations for his role as Judge Harry Stone on the NBC comedy, which aired from 1984 to 1992. Police said no foul play was suspected. A spokesperson for the Asheville Police Department did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

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His co-star Marsha Warfield posted a tearful reaction to the news of Anderson’s death to Facebook, saying: “I didn’t know I was going to be this emotional, or I wouldn’t have started this video.”

Warfield said, “he was a good man, he was a good friend. He was kind to me when I first got on ‘Night Court.'”

She also posted on Twitter: “Oh, no! Aw man, I’m so sorry to hear this. My condolences to his family, friends, fans and everyone who loved him. Rest in peace, Harry the Hat, you were my friend.”

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Anderson’s other credits include Harry “Harry the Hat” Gittes on “Cheers”and Dave Barry on “Dave’s World.”

Talking Dead” host Chris Hardwick mourned the actor’s loss on Twitter as well.

“Nooooooooooooooo! I loved this guy even though I had never met him,” he said. “Loved his comedy, his appearances on SNL (when they still had stand-ups), and Night Court is one of my all-time favorite sitcoms. I hope he is in some magical afterlife doing card tricks with Mel Tormé. #RIPHarry.”

See more reactions below.

Oh, no!

Aw man, I'm so sorry to hear this.

My condolences to his family, friends, fans and everyone who loved him.

Rest in peace, Harry the Hat, you were my friend. https://t.co/fv2yzW4sku

— Marsha Warfield (@MarshaWarfield) April 16, 2018

For some reason, Night Court always filled me as a child with a deep, almost physical melancholy whenever it came on TV.

Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) April 16, 2018

Nooooooooooooooo! I loved this guy even though I had never met him. Loved his comedy, his appearances on SNL (when they still had stand-ups), and Night Court is one of my all-time favorite sitcoms. I hope he is in some magical afterlife doing card tricks with Mel Tormé. #RIPHarry https://t.co/4l2vMz3zdw

— ʞɔiwbɿɒH ꙅiɿʜƆ (@hardwick) April 16, 2018

Rip Harry Anderson. Night Court was one of the best sitcoms ever. You made me laugh a lot (on Cheers also) pic.twitter.com/qLDp7jZbG6

Jeff Dwoskin – Hashtag Roundup (@bigmacher) April 16, 2018

I loved me some Night Court and I loved "Harry the Hat" on Cheers. Rest in Peace, Harry Anderson. pic.twitter.com/6DnLHamF7U

Dave Zirin (@EdgeofSports) April 16, 2018

Rip Harry Anderson. Night Court was one of the shows my grandma and I used to watch together. Good times. pic.twitter.com/Bth0vaGJyV

Antonio French (@AntonioFrench) April 16, 2018

Rip to Harry Anderson; the glue that held Night Court together, the fake TV Dave Barry, and the very best Cheers supporting character of all time pic.twitter.com/YzFc37jACw

Brandon Stroud (@MrBrandonStroud) April 16, 2018

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Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Star, Dies at 65

Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Star, Dies at 65
Harry Anderson, the amiable actor who presided over the NBC comedy “Night Court” for nine seasons, has died at his home in Asheville, N.C., according to a local media report. He was 65.

Anderson was found at his home by police officers early Monday , according to a report by Wspa-tv, the CBS affiliate in Spartanburg, S.C. No foul play was suspected, police told the station.

Anderson was a magician-turned-actor who was known as a rabid fan of jazz singer Mel Torme. The affection for Torme was woven into his TV alter ego, Judge Harry Stone, a quirky character who
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'Night Court' Star Harry Anderson Dead at 65

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'Night Court' Star Harry Anderson Dead at 65
Harry Anderson, who became a household name starring in the massive TV hit, "Night Court," has died. Anderson rose to fame playing Judge Harry T. Stone on the sitcom that ran from 1984 to 1992. Before "Night Court" he frequently appeared on "Saturday Night Live." The actor died at his home Monday in North Carolina. All authorities are saying is that no foul play is suspected. Anderson also appeared on "Cheers" and starred in his own sitcom,
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'Night Court' Actor Harry Anderson Dies at 65

Night Court actor Harry Anderson died Monday morning in Asheville, North Carolina, the Asheville Police Department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 65.

"This morning at 6:41 a.m. the Asheville Police Department responded to the home of actor Harry Anderson where he was found deceased," Asheville Pd's Public Affairs officer Christina Hallingse told THR. "No foul play is suspected."

The 1980s sitcom ran for nine seasons on NBC and earned seven Emmy Awards and 31 nominations, including three noms for Anderson, who starred as Judge Harry T. Stone alongside John Larroquette, who played assistant district attorney Dan Fielding.

Night Court...
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Celebrity Deaths 2018: In Memoriam Gallery

Celebrity Deaths 2018: In Memoriam Gallery
Throughout 2018, we will continue to update this photo gallery with major celebrity deaths from film, television, theater and music.

For the month of January, losses have included Oscar winners Milos Forman, Dorothy Malone, Emmy winners Steven Bochco, Reg E. Cathey and Olivia Cole, Emmy nominees Harry Anderson, John Mahoney and Jerry Van Dyke, Oscar-nominated composer Johann Johannsson, and legendary sports announcer Keith Jackson.
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Night Court Star Harry Anderson Dies At 65

Harry Anderson – the magician turned actor most famous for bringing disorder to the court as Judge Harold T. Stone through nine seasons of the classic NBC sitcom Night Court – has passed away at the age of 65 as reported by Wspa-tv. Anderson was reportedly discovered by police officers in his home in Asheville, North Carolina. No cause of death has been determined at this time, but foul play is not suspected.
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