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Actress Marsha Warfield played the no-nonsense female
bailiff Roz Russell on the NBC sitcom Night Court for
several years. What has she been up to since then?
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--Park Overall: She played Laverne on the TV series "Empty
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MARSHA WARFIELD
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BIRTH DATE: March 5, 1954, Chicago, Illinois


CLAIM TO FAME: Warfield is best known for her 1986?1992 role
as Roz on the popular NBC sitcom Night Court.


FAMILY LIFE: She married once at the age of 18, but
divorced after only a few months. She never remarried.


INFO: After performing comedy acts for her friends, Warfield
was persuaded by her pals to take the stage at a local comedy
club. Her routine was warmly received by the audience, and
before long she was a regular performer in Chicago clubs.
She moved to Los Angeles in 1976 to persue a career in
comedy, and she was met with enthusiastic crowds and the
attention of producers.

With the help of a fellow comedian, she landed a part in
1977 on The Richard Pryor Show. However, she was only a few
episodes in when the show failed, almost causing a
discouraged Warfield to quit the comedy business altogether.

In 1979, her luck turned around when she won the prestigious
San Francisco National Stand-Up Comedy Competition, giving
her career the boost it needed to take off. She landed parts
in films including The Marva Collins Story and Mask, and
appeared on many cable television specials including Teddy
Pendergrass in Concert and Comic Relief.

She was working at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles when she
caught the attention of Reinhold Weege, the creator and
producer of the popular situation comedy Night Court. At
that time, the show's cast was filled, but Weege kept
Warfield in mind for future reference.

When tragedy struck Night Court due to the deaths of cast
members Selma Diamond, who played a female bailiff, and
Florence Halop, her replacement, soon after, Warfield was
tapped to join the cast of the show. Her portrayal of the
tough, no-nonsense Roz Russell earned her praise and
recognition.


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TRIVIA: Was raised by her mother, Josephine, and stepfather,
James Gordon. Her mother held a job with the telephone
company, and her stepfather was a computer operator for the
city's library system.

Has one sister Cassandra.

Graduated from Chicago's Calumet High.

Known for her bawdy comedy acts.


WHERE IS SHE NOW: She hosted the Marsha Warfield Show for
two years (1990-1992) and has made guest appearances on
many television shows, including Riptide, Family Ties,
Clueless and Star Dates. She also starred as Dr. Maxine
Douglas on the sitcom Empty Nest from 1993 to 1995. She
hasn't had any recent roles, but she continues to perform
her stand-up comedy routines in clubs around the country.


WRITE TO MARSHA WARFIELD: Sorry, no address found.


Video Clips of Marsha Warfield
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CREDITS:
"Veronica's Closet" .... Shirley (1 episode, 1999)
- Veronica's Sliding Doors (1999) TV episode .... Shirley
"The Love Boat: The Next Wave" .... Judge Nancy Watson (1 episode, 19=
99)
- Divorce, Downbeat and Distemper (1999) TV episode .... Judge Nancy =
Watson
"Clueless" .... Sgt. Meany (1 episode, 1998)
- The Joint (1998) TV episode .... Sgt. Meany
"Living Single" .... Agnes Finch (2 episodes, 1997)
- Love Don't Live Here Anymore: Part 2 (1997) TV episode .... Agnes F=
inch
- Love Don't Live Here Anymore: Part 1 (1997) TV episode .... Agnes F=
inch
"Moesha" .... Tracy (1 episode, 1997)
- My Mom's Not an Ottoman (1997) TV episode .... Tracy
Doomsday Rock (1997) (TV)
"Goode Behavior" (1 episode, 1997)
- Goode Cop, Bad Cop (1997) TV episode
"Mad About You" .... Birth Instructor (1 episode, 1997)
- Dry Run (1997) TV episode .... Birth Instructor
"Smart Guy" .... Principal Dowling (1 episode, 1997)
- The Code (1997) TV episode .... Principal Dowling
"Dave's World" .... Mrs. Alexander (1 episode, 1997)
- Does the Whale Have to Be White? (1997) TV episode .... Mrs. Alexan=
der
"ABC Afterschool Specials" .... Nurse (1 episode, 1996)
- Me and My Hormones (1996) TV episode .... Nurse
"Touched by an Angel" .... Bebe Manero (1 episode, 1996)
- The Quality of Mercy (1996) TV episode .... Bebe Manero
"Empty Nest" .... Dr. Maxine Douglas (50 episodes, 1993-1995)

"The John Larroquette Show" .... Dexter's Sister (1 episode, 1994) =

- Date Night (1994) TV episode .... Dexter's Sister
"Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" .... Beverly, Mark's Sister (1 episode, 199=
3)
- Boy Don't Leave (1993) TV episode .... Beverly, Mark's Sister
"Night Court" .... Rosalind 'Roz' Russell (131 episodes, 1986-1992) =

Caddyshack II (1988) .... Royette Tyler
"Relatively Speaking" (1988) TV series (unknown episodes)
The Whoopee Boys (1986) .... Officer White
Anything for Love (1985) (TV) .... Cleo
"Cheers" .... Roxanne Brewster (1 episode, 1985)
- The Belles of St. Clete's (1985) TV episode .... Roxanne Brewster=

Mask (1985) .... Homeroom Teacher
"Family Ties" .... Doris Bradshaw (1 episode, 1984)
- Keaton and Son (1984) TV episode .... Doris Bradshaw
"Riptide" .... Max (2 episodes, 1984)
- Something Fishy (1984) TV episode .... Max
- The Hardcase (1984) TV episode .... Max
D.C. Cab (1983) .... Ophelia
... aka "Mr. T and Company" - Philippines (English title)
They Call Me Bruce? (1982) .... Inmate #2
"Hallmark Hall of Fame" .... Lela Boland (1 episode, 1981)
- The Marva Collins Story (1981) TV episode .... Lela Boland
"Legends of the Superheroes" (1979) TV series (uncredited) .... Woman=
in phone booth
That Thing on ABC (1978) (TV) .... Performer
"The Richard Pryor Show" .... Various (3 episodes, 1977)


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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

Ted Knight - DEAD (Cancer)
Born: 12/07/1923 Died: 08/26/1986

Jean Seberg - DEAD (Drug overdose)
Born: 11/13/1938 Died: 09/08/1979

Park Overall - ALIVE
Born: 03/15/1957


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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

4/29
-Tolo Calafat, Spanish climber, brain edema.
-Kevin Humphreys, 80, Australian rugby league administrator,
after long illness.

4/28
-Stefania Grodzienska, 95, Polish writer and actress.
-Pierre-Jean Remy, 73, French writer and diplomat.
-Furio Scarpelli, 90, Italian Academy Award-nominated
screenwriter (Big Deal on Madonna Street, Casanova 70, Il
Postino).

4/27
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4/26
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cancer.
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writer, after short illness.
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