Harry Anderson Net Worth

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Harry Anderson net worth:
$10 Million

Harry Anderson net worth and salary: Harry Anderson was an American actor and magician who had a net worth of $10 million dollars. Harry Anderson was born in Newport, Rhode Island on October 14, 1952. He began his professional performing career as a street magician. He shifted his focus to acting in the early 80s, appearing in such projects as "Twilight Theater", "The Escape Artist", and "Scandals". In 1984, he was cast in the role that would make him a household name, as Judge Harry T. Stone on "Night Court". He went on to play the role until the show's run ended in 1992. Night Court aired 192 episodes and has been popular in syndication worldwide. In addition to his work on "Night Court", Harry Anderson appeared in such film and television projects as "Tales from the Crypt", "Parker Lewis Can't Lose", "Cheers", "The John Larroquette Show", "Dave's World", "Explore Our World", "Son of the Beach", and "30 Rock". The show Dave's World aired 98 episodes over four seasons. Harry had a memorable recurring role as Harry "The Hat" Gittes on six episodes of Cheers. He also wrote multiple episodes of "Night Court" and "Dave's World", and directed episodes of "Night Court", as well. Unfortunately, Harry Anderson died on April 16, 2018 at his home in North Carolina. He was 66 years old.

Harry Anderson Net Worth

Harry Anderson

Magician
Date of Birth
Oct 14, 1952 - Apr 16, 2018 (65 years old)
Profession
Magician, Actor, Screenwriter, Businessperson, Television Director
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
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