Markie Post was an American actress widely recognized for her role as public defender Christine Sullivan on the long-running NBC sitcom “Night Court.” She also starred in the ABC comedy series “Hearts Afire” and appeared in numerous films and TV shows over her decades-long career.
|Birthday||November 4, 1950|
|Birthplace||Palo Alto, California, USA|
|Death||August 7, 2021|
|Known For||“Night Court,” “Hearts Afire”|
|Height||5’6″ (1.68 m)|
Born on November 4, 1950, in Palo Alto, California, Markie Post was drawn to the entertainment industry at an early age. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and started her career in the entertainment industry working behind the scenes on game shows before transitioning into acting.
Aside from her well-known roles in “Night Court” and “Hearts Afire,” Post made guest appearances in a number of popular television series such as “Cheers,” “Scrubs,” and “The Fall Guy.” She also lent her voice to characters in animated series, including “Transformers Prime.”
Markie Post was married to writer and actor Michael A. Ross, with whom she had two daughters, Katie and Daisy.
Throughout her career, Post worked with many notable actors and actresses, including John Ritter on “Hearts Afire,” and Harry Anderson and Richard Moll on “Night Court.”
Estimated Net Worth
At the time of her death in 2021, Markie Post’s estimated net worth was around $12 million, earned through her successful acting career.
Markie Post was an accomplished actress who brought her characters to life with a unique blend of humor and sincerity. She remains fondly remembered for her contributions to the world of television and film.