Celebs, Social Media Mourn Harry Anderson: 'One of a Kind Talent'

Celebs, Social Media Mourn Harry Anderson: 'One of a Kind Talent'

Celebrated comic actor Harry Anderson, best known for his role on Night Court, died at his home in Asheville, North Carolina, on Monday, ET can confirm.

Police were called to his home before 8 a.m. Monday morning. Police noted that "no foul play is suspected".

Anderson starred as Judge Harry Stone on the longtime sitcom, which ran on NBC for nine seasons from 1984 to 1992.

He performed as a street magician in San Francisco when he was 17 and also appearing at clubs like Dante Magic Club and the Magic Castle under the stage name "Harry the Hat", in reference to the trademark fedora he wore on stage.

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He's survived by 2 children and his wife, Elizabeth Morgan. Anderson also had numerous appearances on "Saturday Night Live" in the early 80s.

Marsha Warfield, who came onto Night Court in 1986 as the show's third bailiff, Rosalind Russell, left a tearful video on her Facebook page filmed in the front seat of her vehicle after hearing the sad news. "I'm going to miss you, Harry". We became friendly over the years", Harris wrote, "He worked at the @MagicCastle_AMA and recently sold me a handful of great magic memorabilia. "He was a one of a kind talent who made millions so happy". I was just there last night and talked about how wonderful his magic was. Anderson was nominated for multiple Emmy Awards for the series but failed to win.

Here is how Anderson's fans remembered his career.

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