Charlie Robinson net worth: This is one of the questions that people ask the most about Charlie Robinson and although they always end up answering it on other pages with an “I don’t know, you know” or “it depends” if there are some estimates that various web portals mention.
The estimated net worth of Charlie Robinson was $6 million. However, it is not possible to make an exact calculation about the fortune of this great actor. We have estimated Charlie Robinson’s net worth, salary, money, income, and assets.
|Net Worth||$6 million|
|Date Of Birth||
November 9, 1945
|Age||75 years old|
|Died||July 11, 2021 (aged 75)|
Charlie Robinson Died
If a few days ago the world of television fired Falconetti – the role played by William Smith in ‘Rich man, poor man’ – today we mourn the death of Charlie Robinson. The actor, whose full name was Charles S. Robinson, was born in Houston (Texas) in 1945 and has died at the age of 75 in Los Angeles due to cardiac arrest and cancer.
Throughout his 50-year career, Robinson appeared in such films as’Secret Santa’, ‘The River’, ‘Set It Off, ‘Antwone Fisher’, ‘Jackson’, ‘Beowulf’, ‘Even Money’ y ‘Miss Lettie and Me’ and TV series like’ Buffalo Bill ‘,’ Home Improvement ‘,’ Mom ‘,’ Hart of Dixie ‘,’ My name is Earl ‘, ‘ The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air ‘, ‘ NCIS ‘and’ The Guestbook ‘…
Despite his prolific career, he will always be remembered for his character as Mac in ‘Night Court’, the situation comedy that here in Spain aired first on TVE and later on Cuatro’s late-night under the title of ‘Guard Court ‘.
He was in this Warner Bros series for eight of its nine seasons – between 1984 and 1992 – and even directed several episodes. The fiction, whose ‘opening had a theme from the Level 42 group, revolved around a criminal court in Manhattan, on its night shift, somewhat peculiar and presided over by Judge Stone (Henrry Anderson), very given to the jokes and magic games.
Joining him is Dan Fielding (John Laroquette), a narcissistic prosecutor, flirt, and sex addict; Christine (Markie Post), an explosive but naive defense attorney; the huge but simpler than a lettuce Bull (Richard Moll) as bailiff and Mac, his patient assistant who in each episode tried to put a little order in that madhouse.
As a fun fact, Robinson began his singing career in various R&B groups such as Archie Bell and the Drells and Southern Clouds of Joy. In the late 1960s, he attended Chris Wilson’s acting school, Studio 7, at the Houston Music Theater, where he discovered his passion for acting and set his sights on Hollywood. Personally, Charlie Robinson has been married and divorced twice. He has two children and an adopted third.