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‘Night Court’ Actor Charlie Robinson Dead at 75

Charlie Robinson, a veteran actor best known for his role as Mac the court clerk on the ’80s sitcom “Night Court,” has died. He was 75.

Robinson died Sunday in Los Angeles due to cardiac arrest and cancer, according to his family.

Throughout his 50-year career, Robinson appeared in movies such as “Secret Santa,” “The River,” “Set It Off,” “Antwone Fisher,” “Jackson,” “Even Money” and “Miss Lettie and Me,” and TV series including “Buffalo Bill,” “Home Improvement,” “Mom,” “Hart of Dixie,” “NCIS” and “The Guestbook,” according to variety.com

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