Night Court was a sitcom produced by NBC that ran from 1984 until 1992. The setting was a Manhattan municipal court during the night shift run by the young unorthodox Judge "Harold T. Stone". When it comes to comedy sitcoms, "Night Court" was relatively well received and was even awarded handsomely throughout its life-cycle.
"Rosalind 'Roz' Russell" is the third bailiff in the court. She is portrayed as a tall, tough, no nonsense African American woman who is very close to her fellow coworkers.
Marsha Warfield's second biggest role was in Empty Nest (1993-1995) playing the role of "Dr. Maxine Douglas". Afterwards, guest starred in several different shows including Saved By the Bell: The College Years, Smart Guy, Clueless and Veronica's Closet.
"Christine Sullivan" didn't become a regular until the third season of the show. She is portrayed as somewhat naive and "Stone's" primary romantic throughout the series.
After her role in Night Court, Markie Post moved on to star in shows like Hearts Afire, The District, Scrubs and a voice role in Transformers: Prime. She is currently married to writer Michael A. Ross.
"Mac Robinson" is a Vietnam War vet who tends to be rather easy-going most "normal" person in the entire group. He has a good sense of humor, making his coworkers laugh on several occasions.
Charles Robinson hasn't quite yet left the TV industry guest starring in a variety of shows including In The House, How I Met Your Mother, 30 Rock, Mom and most recently in Disjointed. Nowadays he can be seen doing commercials for companies like Aspen Dental and NEXTEL.
"Aristotle Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon" is a dim-witted bulky character. He is fiercely overprotective of his friend "Harry" and uses his catchphrase "Ooo-kay" throughout the show.
After his role in Night Court, Richard Moll moved on to guest star in several different shows and movies like The Flintstones, But I'm A Cheerleader, Scary Movie 2 and Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster.
"Dan Fielding" is a sex-obsessed, narcissistic prosecutor who would do almost anything to get into bed with a woman. "Fielding" almost always has something witty, sometimes slightly cruel, to say about every other coworker. Although, despite his badmouthed nature, he does tend to have his compassionate moments.
John Larroquette actually won a total of 4 Emmy awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his role in Night Court. After his run in the series, he received his own show called The John Larroquette Show which was nominated for several different awards during its run on the air. John also starred other very successful shows including The Practice, Boston Legal, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and The Librarians.
"Judge Harold 'Harry' T. Stone" is a young, baby faced judge, who has a knack for magic. He parents were both former mental patients, explain his somewhat nutty nature, and he is one of the youngest judges at the municipal court, only being 34.
Harry Anderson's second major role was in Dave's World, playing the role of "Dave Barry". What followed afterwards was a series of different guest roles on shows like 30 Rock, The John Larroquette Show and Hearts Afire. He was last seen in Gotham Comedy Live doing a stand up set back in 2014.