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  • John Larroquette performa la voz de Bob Webber (Capitán Webber) en "El Monstruo de Lago Nariz". Él es mejor thumbconocido como Dan Fielding, el abogado mujeriego persecución en la sitcom de NBC 1984-1992 Juzgado de guardia.
  • In 2009, he guest-starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the episode Anchor as Randall Carver.
  • John Larroquette voices Bob Webber (Captain Webber) in "The Lake Nose Monster" and "Candace's Big Day". He is best known as Dan Fielding, the womanizing prosecuting attorney in the 1984-1992 NBC sitcom Night Court.
  • John Larroquette hosted the 1998 TV special, Lost in Space Forever. He appeared alongside Bob May as the Robot to guide viewers through the history of the Lost in Space television series, its fandom, and the premiere of the 1998 Lost in Space movie.
  • John Larroquette (born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is perhaps best recognized to TV viewers as Dan Fielding on Night Court, a role for which he won four Emmy Awards for during the show's run. Two other roles which he is recognized for is the part of Carl Sack, an attorney and partner with the Crane, Poole & Schmidt law firm on the ABC-TV series Boston Legal and his role as attorney and gumshoe detective Mike McBride in the Hallmark Channel McBride crime/murder mystery films.
  • John Bernard Larroquette II (born November 25, 1947), professionally known as John Larroquette is an American actor. He portrays Jenkins on The Librarians.
  • John Larroquette played Lionel Tribbey in the episode And It's Surely to Their Credit. He is best known for his role on the television series Night Court.
  • John Larroquette (born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) plays the part of Carl Sack, an attorney and partner with the Crane, Poole & Schmidt law firm on Boston Legal. John is perhaps best recognized to TV viewers as Dan Fielding on the long-running NBC-TV series Night Court, a role for which he won four Emmy Awards for during the show's run.
  • He is best known to this wikia for portraying Roan Montgomery
  • John Larroquette (Born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) played "Coma Guy" Gabriel "Gabe" Wozniak in the episode Son of Coma Guy. Larroquette started his career in movies in an unusual fashion, as the narrator of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He first appeared as a regular in a television series in 1976 in Black Sheep Squadron as Lieutenant Bob Anderson, a pilot. He also made an impact in the Bill Murray movie Stripes as Captain Stillman, the incompetent commanding officer of the boot camp. Since then, he has been a regular on Happy Family and Boston Legal.
  • Fun facts 1. * Grew up in New Orleans (In the French Quarter, no surprise because Louisiana is really huge on music). 2. * Was a DJ in college. 3. * Played three instruments (accordion, clarinet, and saxophone). 4. * Played 2 of those instruments through childhood and into high school. 5. * Was in a band where he and some friends organized a band they called The N.U.D.E.L.E.S (The New Universal Demonstration for Love, Ecstasy and Sound). Not fun facts The band that he played in doesn't exist anywhere on the internet. At all.
  • John Larroquette (* [Jahr unbekannt]in New Orleans, Louisiana, USAals John Edgar Bernard Larroquette Jr. Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein US-amerikanischer Regisseur, Produzent, Sänger und Schauspieler. Er spielte Maltz in Star Trek III: Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock. In der Miniserie Reich & arm (1976, u.a. mit Lawrence Pressman) spielte er Barone.
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  • New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
  • New Orleans, LA
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  • 1947-11-25
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  • Night Court
  • Boston Legal
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  • John Larroquette plays the part of narcissistic D.A. Dan Fielding on the series.
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  • John Larroquette appears as attorney and firm partner Carl Sack on the series.
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  • New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
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  • 1966
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  • 1974
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  • John Bernard Larroquette
  • John Edgar Bernard Larroquette III
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  • John Larroquette (Born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) played "Coma Guy" Gabriel "Gabe" Wozniak in the episode Son of Coma Guy. Larroquette started his career in movies in an unusual fashion, as the narrator of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He first appeared as a regular in a television series in 1976 in Black Sheep Squadron as Lieutenant Bob Anderson, a pilot. He also made an impact in the Bill Murray movie Stripes as Captain Stillman, the incompetent commanding officer of the boot camp. After that, he appeared in a series of guest starring roles until 1984, when he hit the big time as Assistant District Attorney Dan Fielding on Night Court. After the end of that series, he confronted some of his own life as the star of The John Larroquette Show, which mirrored his own battles with alcoholism as he portrayed a newly sober man trying to rebuild his life as the night manager of a bus station. One of his co-stars was Chi McBride. Since then, he has been a regular on Happy Family and Boston Legal. For four years from 1985 to 1988, Larroquette dominated the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on Night Court. He declined to be nominated for a fifth consecutive award in 1989. He won another Emmy in 1998 for a guest appearance on The Practice. He also won a Viewers for Quality Television Award for his work on The Practice.
  • John Larroquette performa la voz de Bob Webber (Capitán Webber) en "El Monstruo de Lago Nariz". Él es mejor thumbconocido como Dan Fielding, el abogado mujeriego persecución en la sitcom de NBC 1984-1992 Juzgado de guardia.
  • In 2009, he guest-starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the episode Anchor as Randall Carver.
  • John Larroquette voices Bob Webber (Captain Webber) in "The Lake Nose Monster" and "Candace's Big Day". He is best known as Dan Fielding, the womanizing prosecuting attorney in the 1984-1992 NBC sitcom Night Court.
  • John Larroquette hosted the 1998 TV special, Lost in Space Forever. He appeared alongside Bob May as the Robot to guide viewers through the history of the Lost in Space television series, its fandom, and the premiere of the 1998 Lost in Space movie.
  • John Larroquette (born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is perhaps best recognized to TV viewers as Dan Fielding on Night Court, a role for which he won four Emmy Awards for during the show's run. Two other roles which he is recognized for is the part of Carl Sack, an attorney and partner with the Crane, Poole & Schmidt law firm on the ABC-TV series Boston Legal and his role as attorney and gumshoe detective Mike McBride in the Hallmark Channel McBride crime/murder mystery films.
  • John Larroquette (* [Jahr unbekannt]in New Orleans, Louisiana, USAals John Edgar Bernard Larroquette Jr. Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein US-amerikanischer Regisseur, Produzent, Sänger und Schauspieler. Er spielte Maltz in Star Trek III: Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock. Neben Star Trek hatte Larroquette Rollen in Filmen wie Ein Sprung in der Schüssel (1983, u.a. mit Julie Newmar), Blind Date - Verabredung mit einer Unbekannten (1987, u.a. mit George Coe, Georgann Johnson, Momo Yashima, Armin Shimerman, Brian George, Mike Genovese und Dick Durock), Das total verrückte Ferien-Camp (1984, u.a. mit Hamilton Camp und Felix Silla), Unheimliche Schattenlichter (1984, u.a. mit Eddy Donno, William Schallert, Bill Quinn, Peter Brocco, Dick Miller, Bill Mumy und Larry Cedar), JFK – Tatort Dallas (1991, u.a. mit Tony Plana, Bob Gunton und Bill Bolender), Richie Rich (1994, Stunts: u.a. Michael Cassidy), Ritter der Dämonen (1995, u.a. mit John Kassir, William Sadler, Brenda Bakke, Dick Miller, John Schuck und Tim deZarn), Southland Tales (2006, u.a. mit Dwayne Johnson, Holmes R. Osborne und Wallace Shawn. Stunts: u.a. Angela Meryl) und The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006, u.a. mit Diora Baird, Terrence Evans, Tim deZarn und Cyia Batten). In der TV-Serie Harrys wundersames Strafgericht (1984-1992, u.a. mit William Utay, Karen Austin, Brent Spiner, Annie O'Donnell, Bumper Robinson, Raye Birk, Nicholas Worth, Alex Henteloff, Margot Rose, George Murdock, Leslie Bevis, Eugene Roche, Meg Wyllie, Estelle Harris, Debi A. Monahan, Raymond Singer, Carlos LaCamara, Kenneth Tigar, Jeff Corey, Kelly Connell, Miriam Flynn, Kenneth Tobey, Alan Oppenheimer, Stephen Root, Catherine MacNeal, Paddi Edwards, Phil Rubenstein, Keye Luke, Andrew Hill Newman, Susan Diol, Cristine Rose, Biff Yeager, George D. Wallace, Branscombe Richmond, Gregory Itzin, Paul Collins, Craig Richard Nelson, Lee Arenberg, Gail Strickland, James Cromwell, Pamela Segall, Joel Brooks, Ray Walston, Jeanne Mori, David Graf, Renée Jones, Wendy Schaal, Nana Visitor, Robin Curtis, Bibi Besch, Gordon Clapp, Matthew Faison, Robert Costanzo, Ron Fassler, Teri Hatcher, Jay Robinson, Parley Baer, Patrick Cronin, Harvey Jason, Max Grodénchik, George Coe, Tony Jay, Stephen Lee, Joey Aresco, Jack Murdock, Charles Napier, Vincent Schiavelli, Elisha Cook, William Frankfather, Mark L. Taylor, K Callan, Keene Curtis, Paul Lambert, Rhonda Aldrich, Albie Selznick, Paul Kent, Don Pugsley, Eileen Seeley, Lawrence Dobkin, Deborah Strang, Earl Boen, Kevin Peter Hall, Mario Roccuzzo, Katherine Moffat, Leslie Jordan, Don Stark, Ron Taylor, Tony Todd, John Wheeler, James Avery, Frank Collison, Jack Axelrod, Logan Ramsey, Tommy Hinkley, Richard McGonagle, Eric Menyuk, Jack Kehler, Faith Minton, Roger Aaron Brown, Darwyn Carson, Alan Shearman, Joy Garrett, Wayne Grace, Rif Hutton, Roy Brocksmith, William Boyett, Nikki Cox, Biff Manard, Joel Swetow, Bruce French, Brent Hinkley, Nancy Parsons, Nick Tate, Brandon Tartikoff, Michael Hungerford und Bruce Gray) spielte er als eine Hauptfiguren die Rolle des Dan Fielding. In 33 Folgen der TV-Serie Boston Legal (2007-2008, u.a. mit William Shatner, René Auberjonois, Henry Gibson, Michael Ensign, Ron Canada, Mark L. Taylor, Don McManus, Pamela Segall, Jim Jansen, Jack Shearer, Aaron Lustig, Lawrence Pressman, Lee Duncan, Mark Moses, Thomas Knickerbocker, David Clennon, Bill Blair, Paul Collins, Ned Vaughn, Matt Winston, Richard McGonagle, Alan Ruck, Tony Todd, Bob Gunton, Jude Ciccolella, David Doty, David Bowe, Larry Drake, Daniel Hugh Kelly, David Gautreaux, Saul Rubinek, Bruce French, Bruce Gray, John Prosky, Stephen Root, Bill Smitrovich, Leonard Keely-Young, Ivar Brogger, Steven Culp, Gregg Daniel, Paul Dooley, Miriam Flynn, Lamont D. Thompson, Tom Virtue, Matt Williamson, Scott Bakula, Elizabeth Dennehy und Don Pugsley) spielte Larroquette die wiederkehrende Rolle des Carl Sack. In der Miniserie Reich & arm (1976, u.a. mit Lawrence Pressman) spielte er Barone. Außerdem hatte Larroquette Gastauftritte in TV-Serien wie Fantasy Island (1979, u.a. mit Ricardo Montalban, Ike Eisenmann, Stefan Gierasch und Harv Selsby), Dallas (1982, u.a. mit Susan Howard, Morgan Woodward, J. Patrick McNamara, Paul Carr, Ray Wise, Paul Sorensen, Bob Herron und Morgan Jones), Practice – Die Anwälte (1997/1998/1999/2002, u.a. mit Tracy Middendorf, Arell Blanton, Christopher Michael, Albert Hall, Jack Shearer, Adrian Sparks, Page Leong, Richard McGonagle, Lawrence Pressman, Bruce Wright, Bill Smitrovich und John Berg), The West Wing – Im Zentrum der Macht (2000, u.a. mit Daniel Roebuck, Steven Flynn und Jack Shearer), Chuck (2008/2011, u.a. mit Bonita Friedericy und Melinda Clarke). Law & Order: New York (2009, u.a. mit John Schuck und Bruce McGill. Stunts: u.a. Angela Meryl), Parks and Recreation (2010, u.a. mit Jim O'Heir) und Deception (2013, u.a. mit John Pyper-Ferguson, Ada Maris und John Harrington Bland).
  • Fun facts 1. * Grew up in New Orleans (In the French Quarter, no surprise because Louisiana is really huge on music). 2. * Was a DJ in college. 3. * Played three instruments (accordion, clarinet, and saxophone). 4. * Played 2 of those instruments through childhood and into high school. 5. * Was in a band where he and some friends organized a band they called The N.U.D.E.L.E.S (The New Universal Demonstration for Love, Ecstasy and Sound). Not fun facts The band that he played in doesn't exist anywhere on the internet. At all. He no longer plays music and is no longer a musician.
  • John Bernard Larroquette II (born November 25, 1947), professionally known as John Larroquette is an American actor. He portrays Jenkins on The Librarians.
  • John Larroquette played Lionel Tribbey in the episode And It's Surely to Their Credit. He is best known for his role on the television series Night Court.
  • John Larroquette (born November 25, 1947 in New Orleans, Louisiana) plays the part of Carl Sack, an attorney and partner with the Crane, Poole & Schmidt law firm on Boston Legal. John is perhaps best recognized to TV viewers as Dan Fielding on the long-running NBC-TV series Night Court, a role for which he won four Emmy Awards for during the show's run.
  • He is best known to this wikia for portraying Roan Montgomery
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