Hollywood actor Charlie Robinson, best known for playing the hit role of court clerk on ‘Night Court,” died Sunday at age 75.
Robinson died in Los Angeles at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center from cardiac arrest, due to septic shock and metastatic cancer, a rep said.
A native of Houston, Robinson attended the Studio 7 acting school at Houston Music Theater.
He most recently had an occurring role on the CBS sitcom “Mom,” portraying a blind tenant in an apartment building managed by the series star Allison Janney.
He appeared in many films including “Sugar Hill,” “A Killing Affair,” and “Antwone Fisher.”
Funeral services were pending Monday for the veteran actor Charlie Robinson.
Robinson is survived by his wife Dolorita; children Luca, Charlie, Christian and Byron, along with grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Many took to social media to mourn the loos of Robinson, and send love and support to his friends and family.
“but the distillation of all that he had ever observed;all the unsingable heart song the ordinary man may feel but never utter, he gave voice to. And by that somehow joins the ages.”-Arthur Miller
Tonight Charlie Robinson has joined the ages. Rest In Peace, my friend of 27 days. pic.twitter.com/5BFoZFvzqx
— Wendell Pierce (@WendellPierce) July 13, 2021