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“‘Night Court’ actor Richard Moll dead at 80”.

NEW YORK — Richard Moll, an actor who achieved lasting fame as the eccentric but gentle giant usher in the original sitcom “Night Court,” has died. He was 80 years old.

Moll died Thursday at his home in Big Bear Lake, Calif., according to Jeff Sanderson, a publicist with Chasen & Company.

Moll played “Bull” Shannon on NBC’s “Night Court” from 1984 to 1992 alongside stars Harry Anderson and John Larroquette. Her character formed a close friendship with the other court bailiff, Roz Russell, played by Marsha Warfield. Bull was known for his catchphrase “Ohh-kay” and his dark but gentle worldview.

After “Night Court” ended, Moll brought his trademark deep voice to various video game and comic book projects like “Batman: The Animated Series” as Harvey Dent and appeared in films from horror like “Ghost Shark” (2013) and “Slay Belles”. (2018).

He played Scorpion in 1990’s “Spider-Man: The Animated Series” and had small roles in 1994’s “The Flintstones,” the Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy “Jingle All the Way” and “Scary Movie 2.”

The towering actor — he was 6 feet 8 inches tall — did not participate in the “Night Court” reboot with Larroquette. The original finale of “Night Court” ended with his character being kidnapped by aliens who needed someone tall to reach the items on their highest shelves.

Moll is survived by her children, Chloe and Mason Moll; ex-wife, Susan Moll; and stepchildren Cassandra Card and Morgan Ostling.


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