Charles Robinson (Actor) - Night Court
 
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Updated: 7/19/21

Name: Charles Robinson

Birth Name: Charles Robinson

Born: November 9, 1945 in Houston, Texas - Died: July 11, 2021 (age 75) in Los Angeles, California

Claim To Fame: Charles Robinson was an American theater, television and film actor. He is best known for his role on the NBC sitcom Night Court as court clerk and Vietnam War veteran Macintosh "Mac" Robinson, from Seasons 2-9.

Family Life: Robinson was married to Venus Duran, with whom he has three children. He was married to Dolorita Noonan until his death; they have three children together.

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Info: As a teen, Robinson was a singer with the group Archie Bell and the Drells, and later with a group called Southern Clouds of Joy.

Enrolled in, Studio 7, an acting school operated by Chris Wilson at the Houston Music Theatre.

Worked at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Robinson appeared as "Troy" in August Wilson's Fences in Southern California's South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa.

In September 2013, he returned to the theater to portray Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman.

Trivia: Is a member of the Actors Studio.

Is considered by Playwright Lyle Kessler to be "one of the great American Actors."

Directed three episodes of Night Court.

Robinson received the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series.

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Where Are They Now: On July 11, Robinson passed away at the age of 75 after battling cancer. Robinson was still working up until his death and now there are two postumous projects of his currently in post-production; Underwater Upside Down and a short Sleepwalker. RIP Charles Robinson.

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