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Richard Moll, who played a bailiff in ‘Night Court,’ dies at 80

Actor Richard Moll died Thursday at his home in Big Bear Lake, California. He was 80 years old.

The 6-foot-8, deep-voiced actor was best known for the role of bailiff Bull Shannon on “Night Court,” starring Harry Anderson and John Larroquette, from 1984 to 1992.

Moll was nominated for a Saturn Award for the 1985 horror film “House.” He played the role of Harvey Dent/Two-Face in “The Adventures of Batman & Robin,” as well as Scorpion in “Spider -Man: The Animated Series. He also had roles in “The Flintstones,” “Jingle All the Way,” “Casper Meets Wendy,” and “Scary Movie 2.”

He had a recurring role on the sitcom “Getting By” with Cindy Williams and voiced the bodyguard in “Mighty Max.”

He had a recurring role on the sitcom “Getting By” with Cindy Williams and voiced the bodyguard in “Mighty Max.”

Moll next appeared in the 1999 satire “But I’m a Cheerleader” with Natasha Lyonne, in which he played a gay man who accompanied teenagers sent to a re-education camp by parents who suspected them of being gay.

Her other television appearances include “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” “7th Heaven,” and “Smallville.” After appearing in the horror film “Nightmare Man” in 2006, he starred in “Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage” alongside Peter O’Toole, Marcia Gay Harden and Ed Asner and later appeared in “Cold Case” and “Anger Management.” He also appeared in TV movies, including “No Place Like Home” and “The Headless Horseman.”

Born in Pasadena on January 13, 1943, he graduated from UC Berkeley and began acting at the Will Geer Theater performing works of Shakespeare.

The actor was an avid bird watcher and nature lover and retired to Big Bear Lake.

He leaves to mourn his children Chloé and Mason Moll; his ex-wife Susan Moll and his stepchildren Cassandra Card and Morgan Ostling.


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