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John Larroquette

John Larroquette



United States

Age: 73

Born: 25 Nov, 1947

Known for

In The Good Fight as Gavin Firthas Gavin Firth

in The Good Fight
In The Librarians (US) as Jenkinsas Jenkins

in The Librarians (US)
In Boston Legal as Carl Sackas Carl Sack

in Boston Legal
In Me, Myself & I as Older Alex Rileyas Older Alex Riley

in Me, Myself & I

TV Series Starring John Larroquette

Night Court (2021)Night Court (2021)

Night Court centers on the unapologetic optimist judge Abby Stone, daughter of the late Harry Stone, who follows in her father's footsteps as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court and tries to bring order to its crew of oddballs and cynics, most notably former night court prosecutor Dan Fielding.


The Good FightThe Good Fight
Paramount+, 2017 | Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

Building upon the incredible success and critical acclaim of broadcast television's most successful drama, the spinoff picks up one year after the events of the final episode of The Good Wife.


Me, Myself & IMe, Myself & I
CBS, 2017 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Me, Myself & I examines one man's life over a 50-year span, somewhat in the vein of Boyhood. The show focuses on three distinct periods in his life - as a 14-year-old in 1991, a 39-year-old in present day, and a 64-year-old in 2041.


The Librarians (US)The Librarians (US)
TNT, 2014 | Comedy, Drama, Action, Adventure | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

An ancient organization hidden beneath the Metropolitan Public Library dedicates itself to protecting an unknowing world from the secret, magical reality hidden all around. The group solves impossible mysteries, fights supernatural threats and recovers powerful artifacts, including the Ark of the Covenant, the Spear of Destiny and Excalibur.


McBrideMcBride

McBride is a former cop turned defense attorney, whose laid-back lifestyle belies his keen insight into the criminal mind, as he ferrets out the actual murderer in the classic tradition of Perry Mason. He has an on-again-off-again relationship with plainclothes police detective Roberta Hansen, and acts as mentor to former public defender and would-be private eye, Phil Newberry.


Boston LegalBoston Legal
ABC, 2004 | Comedy, Drama, Crime, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

Led by an Emmy Award-winning cast, "Boston Legal" tells the professional and personal stories of a group of brilliant but often emotionally challenged attorneys. Fast-paced and darkly comedic, the series confronts social and moral issues, while its characters continually stretch the boundaries of the law.


The 10th KingdomThe 10th Kingdom
Hallmark Channel, 2000 | Comedy, Drama, Family, Adventure
Rating: 4/5

The 10th Kingdom is the story of a girl named Virginia Lewis (Kimberly Williams), a New York native, who, along with her father Anthony "Tony" Lewis (John Larroquette), is transported to a world where fairy tales are true - but their "Happy-ever-after" has worn off.


Golden Globe AwardsGolden Globe Awards

This is probably the only time where television and movie stars come together on one night. The Hollywood Foreign Press gives up the awards to honorable achievements in films and television. The awards for films and television would be divided into a comedy/musical section and a drama section, so they can nominate more films. The Golden Globes usually gives an early indication on who's the favorite to take home Best Picture in the Oscars.


The Emmy AwardsThe Emmy Awards
FOX, 1999 | Family, Celebrities, Talent, Award Show
Rating: 1.3/5

An annual award show that recognize achievement in television for the current year. It first aired on January 25, 1949 and has been aired annually ever since. Today, the Emmys air as the Daytime Emmy Awards and the Primetime Emmy Awards.


The John Larroquette ShowThe John Larroquette Show
NBC, 1993 | Comedy
Rating: 1/5

A fascinating case study in how to destroy a successful situation comedy. In its first season The John Larroquette Show was a daring dark comedy and a hit. Set in a St. Louis long distance bus terminal, with a recovering alcoholic protagonist adrift in a sea of losers, hookers, and street people, black and white, gay and straight, this was unlike anything seen in a sitcom since Hot'l Baltimore a generation before, a comedy that addressed issues on the dark side of the American dream: race, class, gender, abuse of authority, substance addiction, etc. In the second and third season NBC carefully removed each and every element that had made the show interesting, making nonsense of a premise and bland stereotypes of its hard-edged/bizarre characters, then cancelled the show abruptly once everyone had deserted its ridiculously bland fourth season; a great shame.


Night CourtNight Court
NBC, 1984 | Comedy
Rating: 1/5

The honorable Judge Harry T. Stone is a young hip, jeans wearing, liberal eccentric; and he presides over New York Manhattan Night Court. The hilarity of this show stems from the incredible characters that pass through the courtrooms and solutions that Harry and his staff come up with.


Black Sheep SquadronBlack Sheep Squadron
NBC, 1976 | Drama, Action, Adventure, Military/War
Rating: 2/5

In World War II Marine Corps Major Greg 'Pappy' Boyington commanded a squadron of fighter pilots. They were a collection of misfits and screwballs who became the terrors of the South Pacific. They were known as the Black Sheep.