Richard Moll starred in Night Court with Harry Anderson and John Larroquette.
Richard Moll, the distinguished actor known for his extensive film and TV career, has passed away. He was 80. Moll had a signature towering presence and distinctive deep voice that made him stand out. He is perhaps best recognized for his iconic role as Bull Shannon on the popular television series “Night Court.” It ran from 1984 to 1992. Moll’s portrayal of the gentle yet imposing court bailiff endeared him to audiences. It earned him critical acclaim and a permanent place in viewers’ hearts. His chemistry with the rest of the cast, especially Harry Anderson and John Larroquette, played a pivotal role in the show’s success. “Night Court” marked a high point in Moll’s career. It remains one of the most memorable sitcoms of the 1980s.
In addition to his work on “Night Court,” Richard Moll has made numerous guest appearances on various television shows over the years, including “The Incredible Hulk,” “The A-Team,” and “The Love Boat.” He has also lent his voice to several animated series, such as “Batman: The Animated Series,” where he voiced the character Two-Face. On the big screen, Moll has appeared in movies like “House,” “Scary Movie 2,” and “Jingle All the Way.” His ability to seamlessly switch between comedic and dramatic roles made him a versatile actor, and his contributions to both film and TV have left a lasting legacy in the industry.