Night Court actor Harry Anderson found dead at 65

Night Court actor Harry Anderson found dead at 65

His cause of death has yet to be announced.

"I got into magic when I was a child", he told The Associated Press in 1987. My high school teachers were always asking me what I was going to do.

Anderson was born on October 14, 1952 in Newport, RI.

The Andersons discussed their decision with The New York Times in 2006, the year they moved to Asheville. "At 18, I was ready for retirement". "I was a magician who fell into a part on 'Cheers'". He'd joined the Dante Magic Club in his teens and reportedly made money as a street magician in San Francisco when he was 17.

Anderson is also remembered for his powerful performance as the grown-up Richie Tozier in the iconic 1990 horror miniseries It. After making a splash with numerous appearances on "Saturday Night Live", he had a lengthy recurring role on "Cheers" as Harry "The Hat" Gittes. They named the character Harry so I'd keep in mind to react when someone said my name. "That's now I made my living, hustling drinks in bars and quarters on the street". From there, he went on to star in Night Court for nine seasons, which ran from 1984 to 1992. The series lasted four seasons on CBS.

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He and his wife had also become captive to the depression that affected many in New Orleans at the time, Mr. Anderson said.

Anderson said he never planned on becoming an actor. "I can settle back and do what I want to do". I hope he is in some magical afterlife doing card tricks with Mel Tormé.

The performer passed away aged 65, according to IMDB. "I don't understand why guys have that Don Knotts syndrome of having to be out there". He also opened up a magic shop called Sideshow and a New Orleans nightclub called Oswald's Speakeasy in 2000.

Harry Anderson at Comic Relief in Universal City, California, in March 1986. "I just feel this place is stuck on stupid". He often performed a one-man show - a mix of magic and humor - until Hurricane Katrina swept through. His second wife, Elizabeth Morgan, is among his survivors.

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