Harry Anderson, the actor best known for playing an off-the-wall judge working the night shift of a Manhattan court room in the televised comedy series "Night Court", has been found dead in his North Carolina home. Police noted that "no foul play is suspected". The loss of the actor who played Night Court's good-natured Judge Harry Stone from 1984 to 1992 brought out tributes from former cast members and stars.
Anderson was born on October 14, 1952, in Newport, RI, wyff4.com reported, adding Anderson also starred on the CBS comedy "Dave's World" from 1993-97, and appeared on "Saturday Night Live" from 1981-85.
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Anderson was age 65, and survived by his wife of 18 years Elizabeth Morgan.
After Night Court came to an end, Anderson starred in the CBS sitcom Dave's World, based on the comedic writings of humor columnist Dave Barry. He was nominated three times for an Emmy.
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Anderson also appeared in the 1990 miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's It. The interview is in my book Sick In The Head. She said she would talk more later, "but for now, I'm devastated".
Neil Patrick Harris revealed that he recently bought magic memorabilia from Anderson, including a phone booth with the actor's name on it. "I never auditioned for anything. He was a one of a kind talent who made millions so happy", filmmaker Judd Apatow wrote.
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Here are a number of other memories stars have posted to honor Anderson's life and legacy.