Who was Charlie Robinson?
Charlie Robinson, who starred as Mac the court clerk in the 1980s and 1990s sitcom “Night Court,” died of cardiac arrest and cancer on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Robinson featured in a variety of films and television series over the course of nearly a decade, including The Black Gestapo and Lou Grant, before landing the role of Buffalo Bill on NBC.
After Buffalo Bill’s two-season run, Night Court took over the slot, and Robinson took over Karen Austin’s clerk Lana after the first season. He directed three episodes and stayed with the show for the rest of its existence, from 1984 to 1992.
He was 75 years old.
Was Charlie Robinson Married?
Yes, Dolorita Noonan-Robinson is the wife of Charlie Robinson.
Dolorita and Charlie were married in 1996. Their marriage lasted until the death of Charlie Robinson. Dolorita currently works as an aqua-aerobics instructor and strength training land instructor at the YMCA of Los Angeles County, according to her LinkedIn profile.
According to the usatoday.com, in a statement, Dolorita Noonan-Robinson said, “Once referred to by Martin Landau as ‘the greatest, underestimated actor in Hollywood,’ Charles Robinson was the love of my life, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather,”
“He was truly the working actor’s actor, and of all his passions, his craft took center stage, with his family being the wind beneath his wings, so he could soar to unbelievable heights! On behalf of my husband and family, I thank you for being part of the audience.”
Does Charlie Robinson Have Children?
Charlie Robinson has 4 children named Luca Robinson, Charlie Robinson, Christian Robinson, and Byron Robinson. With Charlie, Dolorita has 1 child named Luca Robinson.
How Did Charlie Robinson Die? (Cause Of Death)
Robinson died of cardiac arrest and multisystem organ failure as a result of septic shock and metastatic adenocarcinoma, a kind of glandular cancer, on July 11, 2021.