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Short Info

Net Worth$28 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 25, 1947
SpouseElizabeth Larroquette
MarkDeep resonant voice
FactLiked playing Super Mario Land on Nintendo Game Boy between takes on Night Court (1984).

John Larroquette is an American actor, comedian, and producer. He is best known for his role as Dan Fielding on the NBC sitcom Night Court, for which he won five Emmy Awards. He has also appeared in many films, including The Blues Brothers, The Verdict, The John Larroquette Show, and The Practice.

Larroquette was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on November 25, 1947. His parents were both of French descent. He has two older sisters, Mary and Elizabeth. Larroquette was educated at Jesuit High School in New Orleans. He later attended the University of New Orleans, where he studied English and theatre.

Larroquette began his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1970s. He soon began appearing in television commercials and guest-starring on television shows. His big break came in 1984 when he was cast as the egotistical lawyer Dan Fielding on the NBC sitcom Night Court. The show was a huge success and Larroquette won five Emmy Awards for his performance.

In the 1990s, Larroquette starred in his own sitcom, The John Larroquette Show. The show was not a success and was cancelled after one season. He also starred in the short-lived ABC drama The Practice.

Larroquette has appeared in many films, including The Blues Brothers (1980), The Verdict (1982), and Jack the Bear (1993).

Larroquette has been married three times. His first marriage was to Elizabeth Ann Cookson from 1969 to 1975. His second marriage was to Donna Pescow from 1977 to 1987. He has been married to his third wife, Laurie Jenkins, since 1992. They have three children together.

Larroquette is 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) tall and has brown hair and blue eyes.

General Info

Full NameJohn Larroquette
Net Worth$28 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 25, 1947
Height1.93 m
ProfessionTelevision producer, Voice Actor, Film director


SpouseElizabeth Larroquette
ChildrenJonathan Larroquette
ParentsJohn Edgar Larroquette, Jr., Berthalla Oramous Helmstetter


AwardsTony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Te...
MoviesRichie Rich, Stripes, Blind Date, Madhouse, The 10th Kingdom, Summer Rental, Twilight Zone: The Movie, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Southland Tales, Second Sight, Cat People, Meatballs Part II, Choose Me, Isn't She Great, Green Lantern: First Flight, Wedding Daze, Tune in Tomorrow, Beethoven...
TV ShowsBaa Baa Black Sheep, Night Court, The John Larroquette Show, Payne, Happy Family, The Practice, Boston Legal, Deception, The Librarians, McBride, Doctors' Hospital, Hello, Sucker!

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#Marks / Signs
1Towering height and slender frame
2Deep resonant voice


1(2008, on Boston Legal) David Kelley and I have a history, because I did four episodes of a character named Joey Heric on The Practice, who was a flamboyant homosexual who gets away with murder. When he was looking to retool the Boston Legal cast, he called and asked me if I'd be interested in joining, and I said immediately, "Would you like me to come in today?" I became a fan of that show, because of James Spader's work. And I also I loved Candice Bergen and Bill Shatner. And David Kelley's writing is a premier reason why you'd take a job like that. You know you're going to have words to say that are fundamentally interesting and exciting to learn. So I just said, "Yes, absolutely."
2(2008, on Twilight Zone: The Movie) Another incidence of me being a selfish actor. I said "There's no way I'm going to put on a fucking hood, otherwise you're not going to see me." So I'm one of the few actors in that particular section that doesn't have a hood on his face. I worked with Mr. [Vic] Morrow the very night before he died. And it was my plan to go to the set the next night to watch that shot being filmed. I was officially finished with my obligation for the movie, and I asked one of the directors if I could come out and watch, and he said, "Sure, come on out. If you want to, you could ride in one of the helicopters." And the next day, my car was stolen. I was unable to get there. Physically unable to get there. That's the only thing that prevented me from being witness to that horror, or even sort of a bizarre participant, because the helicopter I was going to be flying in was probably the one that fell.
3(2008, on The John Larroquette Show) When I finished Night Court, I didn't work for a year and a half, and I stayed at home, and we had our youngest son in 1987, Benjamin. And about six to eight months into that hiatus, I started thinking, because I had a deal with NBC, after leaving Night Court, to do a series. I started reading scripts, and thinking about what I would do if I did another sitcom. I decided it would be a lot different from Dan Fielding. I came across this script that Don Reo had written, called Crossroads, about an alcoholic, and I thought, since I was one, that this would be a very funny arena to investigate. And so I contacted NBC and gave them the script. Don Reo was working with the production company, which had done the show Blossom, which was a success for them. He and I got together and said, "This would be interesting to do." I really did not want The John Larroquette Show to be the title, but the network pushed for that. I said, "I would really rather not have my name on the show." I knew that if it wasn't successful, I was going to look at the Nielsen Ratings with the number 77 and my name next to it. But that turned out to be the name. And the first season was very, quite, without modesty, one of the best seasons of sitcom television for a long time. It had a diverse cast. It was the only show on television at the time that had a racially mixed cast. It had a Spanish woman, it had two African-American men, it was quite remarkable, the first season of that show. And then it sort of changed, because the network was not as fond of the dark comedy and quotes of it, so we tried to continue it with a lighter tone. It lost its soul at some point during the second season. But we did 97 episodes of it. For most practical purposes, it was a success. I loved doing it. I was one of the executive producers, and had a lot to do with it.
4(2008, on Stripes) I just knew I'd be able to pay my rent. I mean, I knew it was going to be fun. I was obviously familiar with Bill Murray, I was familiar with John Candy's work. They were really the only two people that I knew in it. Everybody else was sort of new, like me, except for those two. But it was revelatory, working with John Candy and Bill Murray. I still have friends from that-John Diehl, who was in that, and I remained friends. We did theater together several years later. We're always in touch. John Candy and I became great friends... John Lennon was killed while we were filming that movie. It was the summer of 1980, and we were in Kentucky, and it was devastating to all of us, obviously. And most of us were drunk for the next two weeks, on film, off film, regardless of where we were. That's the only movie of mine that I can watch-because I got sober nine months after that-it's the only piece of work where I can look back and go, "Oh man, are you fucked-up!" There are some scenes, particularly late at night, we were out at 4 o'clock in the morning. We were outside, it was cold. The crew had been wrestling or something, and they came back, and I'm chiding them. And it's so obvious that I'm drunk. To me, anyway. Anybody who knew me when I was drunk knows that my tongue is just a little too thick for my mouth.
5(2008, on The Texas Chain Saw Massacre) Summer of 1969, I was living in Colorado in a very small town up in the mountains. A friend of the fellow for whom I worked had a friend come up from Texas to spend some time. That friend turned out to be Tobe Hooper, who was the writer and director of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. This was long before he was going to do the movie. We spent some time in the mountains together, doing what people did in the '60s in the mountains... Enjoying the beauty of the mountains. And Tobe and I really hit it off. It was a really short time we spent in the mountains together. He was really there for a vacation. I spent about a year. Anyway, fast-forward to 1974, when I moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career through the same fellow whom I had worked for in Colorado. I got a call and he said, "Listen, remember my friend Tobe, yadda-yadda, he just made this film, and he wants to talk to you." So I talked to Tobe, and he had no money. He said, "I need a favor." And I said, "Yeah, I'd be happy to." I was a DJ in the '60s, so I had already worked with my voice. A lot of people knew that I at least had decent chops when it came to speaking the English language. I went into a studio, saw the piece of paper, read it for him, recorded it, said adios, he gave me a joint, I think as payment, and that was that. And later on, the film came out and I didn't really pay attention to it. I've never seen it. It sort of became the cult hit. And then it becomes sort of a preamble to my résumé, after all the years I've been acting and everything I've done. But as all things happen in this world, you never know how nature and the universe are going to treat you. Years later, when they re-did it, when they re-imagined it again without Tobe, I was called in to do the narration again, and actually got paid really well for it. So a favor I did in the '70s for a friend for no money came full circle, and I actually made a great deal of money from it later on.
6[on his pierced left ear] I've got a 14-year-old son and from 10 years on he's been begging me to let him get his ear pierced, begging me. So 14 came along and 'Dad, time to get my ear pierced.' So I took him down to Hollywood and Melrose Avenue, some lady with Birkenstocks and dirty fingernails sat him down. They plugged his ear with a thing and he then he turned to me and said, 'OK, it's your turn.' Let me explain something to you. I got through the '60s without a pierced ear or any holes in my body that God didn't give me and no tattoos. But he persisted, so I did it...He took his out, being a teenager, and his hole healed up. And so he doesn't have a hole in his ear anymore. And I, like the conscientious guy, kept it in because I didn't want it to puff out like a puppy in the summertime.
7When actors get pigeonholed, that's their own doing to a large degree. Because if you do something that people like, obviously they're going to ask you to do it again. It's up to you to say no. If you're that insecure about working, you'll probably do what you're known to do.
8[on leisure time] Thinking fascinates me, and I probably spend too much time in my mind. My wife says that my perfect world is to be in the Suburban driving, with her next to me and the boys in the back seat and complete silence for two thousand miles.
9[on hosting a talk show] I wouldn't mind doing one on a computer screen, where you didn't see anybody, you know, but you had just guests from all over the country and you tuned in in cyberspace. I think it's the only place left. Do a talk show in cyberspace.
10[on art] When I call myself an artist, please realize I do this with my tongue firmly implanted in my cheek...
11[on acting] The medium doesn't matter. I'd like to be doing quality acting in a quality role and making as many people as possible happy.
12[more on acting] Good acting comes from finding the essence of a character.
13I guess this means I really like Sally Field. - when accepting his third consecutive Emmy Award


1Character actor of immense ability, who by attendees is facially confused with John de Lancie, as [tbc] being a public attendee of the most densely packed (UK non-Award), celebrity event 'Save the Rose Theatre' campaigns, public PR day, May 1989.
2Is not a fan of the horror genre, and has therefore never seen any of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies, even though he provided the opening and/or closing narration for three of them.
3Father of Jonathan Larroquette.
4Has a son who was a fan of 1990s group Fishbone.
5Likes ScharffenBerger's gourmet chocolate.
6Liked playing Super Mario Land on Nintendo Game Boy between takes on Night Court (1984).
7Has his own home recording studio.
8Favorite football team is the New Orleans Saints.
9Collects leather-bound first editions and fountain pens. Also enjoys photography and art.
10Is a member of the Libertarian Party.
11Served in the United States Naval Reserve.
12His role as a Johnny Carson-style talk show host was omitted from the theatrical version of JFK (1991) but restored in the director's cut on video/DVD. He actually wrote a letter to Carson just to inform him he was playing the part, and Carson appreciated the gesture.
13In 1989, asked that his work not be submitted for more Emmy consideration after his fourth consecutive win for best supporting actor in a comedy series. At the time, four consecutive wins was a record.
14Developed his distinctively refined speech pattern so he could work in radio. As a young man, he spoke with a traditional New Orleans style.
15Had a bout of alcoholism during the 1970s and 1980s. Correction: He is a self-admitted, recovering alcoholic. He has stated this on numerous talk shows, especially when he got his own show, and the character he was playing was a recovering alcoholic.




Camera Store2016completedRay LaPine
The Librarians2014-2017TV SeriesJenkins / Jenkins / Galahad
F.Y.D.2015ShortFrank Reese (voice)
The Brink2015TV SeriesRobert Kittredge
Almost Human2014TV SeriesDr. Nigel Vaughn
Deception2013TV SeriesSen. Dwight Haverstock
Pound Puppies2012TV SeriesMayor
Inventors2011ShortProfessor Morasco
Late Show with David Letterman2011TV SeriesJ.B. Biggley
Chuck2008-2011TV SeriesRoan Montgomery
Pleading Guilty2010TV MovieMartin Gold
CSI: NY2010TV SeriesChief Ted Carver
White Collar2010TV SeriesDonovan
15 Minutes2010TV MovieDavid Sloan
Gun2010Sam Boedecker
Sudden Death!2010ShortCommander Jenkins
Parks and Recreation2010TV SeriesFrank Beckerson
Phineas and Ferb2009-2010TV SeriesUncle Bob / Bob Webber
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2009TV SeriesRandall Carver
The Storm2009TV Mini-SeriesBud McGrath
Green Lantern: First Flight2009VideoTomar-Re (voice)
Boston Legal2007-2008TV SeriesCarl Sack
McBride: Requiem2008TV MovieMike McBride
The Batman2007-2008TV SeriesMirror Master
McBride: Dogged2007TV MovieMike McBride
The Rapture of the Athlete Assumed Into Heaven2007ShortThe Interviewer
McBride: Semper Fi2007TV MovieMike McBride
House M.D.2006TV SeriesGabriel Wozniak
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning2006Narrator (voice, uncredited)
Southland Tales2006Vaughn Smallhouse
Kill Your Darlings2006Dr. Bangley
McBride: Fallen Idol2006TV MovieMike McBride
Arrested Development2006TV SeriesJohn Larroquette
Joey2005TV SeriesBenjamin Lockwood
Kitchen Confidential2005TV SeriesChef Gerard
McBride: Anybody Here Murder Marty?2005TV MovieMike McBride
McBride: Tune in for Murder2005TV MovieMike McBride
McBride: The Doctor Is Out... Really Out2005TV MovieMike McBride
McBride: It's Murder, Madam2005TV MovieMike McBride
McBride: Murder Past Midnight2005TV MovieMike McBride
McBride: The Chameleon Murder2005TV MovieMike McBride
Wedding Daze2004TV MovieJack Landry
Happy Family2003-2004TV SeriesPeter Brennan
Beethoven's 5th2003VideoMayor Harold Herman
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre2003Narrator (voice)
Recipe for Disaster2003TV MoviePatrick Korda
The Practice1997-2002TV SeriesJoey Heric
Corsairs2002TV MovieBrandon Corsair
The Heart Department2001TV MovieDr. Fred Biskin
Till Dad Do Us Part2001TV MovieGavin Corbett
Walter and Henry2001TV MovieWalter
The Incurable Collector2001TV SeriesHost
The West Wing2000TV SeriesLionel Tribbey, White House Counsel
The 10th Kingdom2000TV Mini-SeriesTony Lewis
Isn't She Great2000Maury Manning
Payne1999TV SeriesRoyal Payne
The Defenders: Payback1997TV MovieMichael Lane
The John Larroquette Show1993-1996TV SeriesJohn Hemingway
Dave's World1995TV SeriesDave's Lawyer
Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight1995Slasher (opening sequence) (uncredited)
Ri¢hie Ri¢h1994Lawrence Van Dough
Night Court1984-1992TV SeriesDan Fielding
JFK1991Jerry Johnson (credited on Director's Cut)
One Special Victory1991TV MovieBo
Tune in Tomorrow...1990Doctor Albert Quince
Madhouse1990Mark Bannister
Second Sight1989Wills
Hot Paint1988TV MovieGus
Blind Date1987David Bedford
Convicted1986TV MovieDouglas Forbes
Summer Rental1985Don Moore
Lifeforce1985Narrator (unconfirmed)
Remington Steele1984TV SeriesNathan Fitts
Choose Me1984Billy Ace
Meatballs Part II1984Lt. Felix Foxglove
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock1984Maltz
The Last Ninja1983TV MovieArmy Officer
Twilight Zone: The Movie1983K.K.K. (Segment #1)
Hysterical1983Bob X. Cursion
Dallas1982TV SeriesPhillip Colton
Nine to Five1982TV Series
Bare Essence1982TV MovieArthur Williams
Cassie & Co.1982TV Series
The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me1982TV MovieRocky The Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
Cat People1982Bronte Judson
Mork & Mindy1981TV SeriesBaba Hope
Stripes1981Capt. Stillman
Green Ice1981Claude
Altered States1980X-Ray Technician
Heart Beat1980TV Talk Show Host
Stunts Unlimited1980TV MovieLeading Man
Fantasy Island1979TV SeriesValery
The 416th1979TV MovieLt. Jackson MacCalvey
Three's Company1979TV SeriesCop
Greatest Heroes of the Bible1978TV Series
Black Sheep Squadron1976-1978TV Series2nd Lt. Robert 'Bob' Anderson
Rich Man, Poor Man1976TV Mini-SeriesBarone
Kojak1975TV SeriesSailor
Ellery Queen1975TV SeriesBellhop
Sanford and Son1975TV SeriesMurray Steinberg
Doctors' Hospital1975TV SeriesDr. Paul Herman
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre1974Narration (voice)
Follow Me, Boys!1966Army Soldier in War Games (uncredited)


The 65th Annual Tony Awards2011TV Special performer: "Brotherhood of Man"
Late Show with David Letterman2011TV Series performer - 1 episode
Night Court1984-1991TV Series performer - 8 episodes


Payne1999TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
The John Larroquette Show1993-1996TV Series executive producer - 4 episodes
One Special Victory1991TV Movie executive producer


McBride: Dogged2007TV Movie
McBride: Semper Fi2007TV Movie
McBride: Fallen Idol2006TV Movie
McBride: The Doctor Is Out... Really Out2005TV Movie
Night Court1986TV Series 2 episodes


Kelly's Heroes1970production assistant - uncredited


Today2015TV SeriesHimself
All Access Pass2015TV SeriesHimself
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2013TV SeriesHimself
The 66th Annual Tony Awards2012TV Movie documentaryHimself - Presenter: Best Direction of a Musical & Best Direction of a Play
The 78th Annual Drama League Awards2012TV SpecialHimself - Host
CBS News Sunday Morning2012TV Series documentaryHimself - Actor (segment "Eric McCormack")
Live with Kelly and Michael2008-2012TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
The 65th Annual Tony Awards2011TV SpecialHimself - Performer & Winner: Best Featured Actor in a Musical
The 77th Annual Drama League Awards2011TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The 56th Annual Obie Awards2011TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2005-2010TV SeriesHimself
Behind the Story: Green Lantern - First Fight2009Video documentaryHimself
TV's All-Time Funniest: A Paley Center for Media Special2008TV SpecialHimself - Narrator
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992-2008TV SeriesHimself
The View2008TV SeriesHimself
Gomorron2006TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'Kill Your Darlings'2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2004TV SeriesHimself
Homeless in America2004Documentary shortHimself - Commentator
Last Call with Carson Daly2004TV SeriesHimself
Stars and Stripes 12004Video documentary shortHimself
Stars and Stripes 22004Video documentary shortHimself
It's a Dog's Life: Behind the Scenes and Cast Interviews 'Beethoven's 5th'2003Video shortHimself
The 10th Kingdom: The Making of an Epic2000Video short documentaryHimself
The 10th Kingdom: The Making of 'The 10th Kingdom'2000Video documentaryHimself / Tony Lewis
The Daily Show1999TV SeriesHimself
The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1998TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series and Co-Presenter: Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series
Lost in Space Forever1998TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1994-1997TV SeriesHimself
Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond1996TV Special documentaryHimself
2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards1996TV SpecialHimself
Tony Bennett: Here's to the Ladies, a Concert of Hope1995TV Special documentaryHimself
The 11th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards1995TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Host
The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
Late Show with David Letterman1994TV SeriesHimself
Comic Relief VI1994TV Special documentaryHimself
The 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
Late Night with David Letterman1985-1993TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
The Arsenio Hall Show1991-1992TV SeriesHimself
One on One with John Tesh1991TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1985-1991TV SeriesHimself / Dr. Albert Quince from film TUNE IN TOMORROW... / Himself - Guest
Night of 100 Stars III1990TV MovieHimself
Donahue1990TV SeriesHimself
The More You Know1989TV SeriesHimself
50 Years of Television: A Golden Celebration1989TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
The 41st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1989TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series & Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Comic Relief III1989TV Special documentaryHimself
Saturday Night Live1987-1988TV SeriesHimself - Host / Various
Jackie Gleason: The Great One1988TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1988TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series / Co-Presenter: Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series / Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program / ...
The 9th Annual CableACE Awards1988TV SpecialHimself - Host
The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards1988TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
The Wil Shriner Show1987TV SeriesHimself
The 11th Annual Young Comedians1987TV SpecialHimself - Host
The 39th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1987TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series & Presenter: Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
American Film Institute Comedy Special1987TV SpecialSkip Distance (segment "The Rec Room")
The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards1987TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy / Musical
Harry Anderson's Hello Sucker1986TV MovieHimself
The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1986TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Archive Footage

Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2007-2012TV Series documentaryK.K.K. (Segment #1) / Narrator
The O'Reilly Factor2008TV SeriesCarl Sack
La tele de tu vida2007TV SeriesAsst. D.A. Dan Fielding
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1987TV SeriesDan Fielding


Won Awards

1998Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Practice (1997)
1998Q AwardViewers for Quality Television AwardsBest Recurring PlayerThe Practice (1997)
1988Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesNight Court (1984)
1987Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesNight Court (1984)
1986Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesNight Court (1984)
1985Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesNight Court (1984)

Nominated Awards

2015Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Guest Performance in a Television SeriesThe Librarians (2014)
2012GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Musical Theater Album
2009ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesBoston Legal (2004)
2008ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesBoston Legal (2004)
2002Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Practice (1997)
2002OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Practice (1997)
1999OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Practice (1997)
1995Q AwardViewers for Quality Television AwardsBest Actor in a Quality Comedy SeriesThe John Larroquette Show (1993)
1994Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesThe John Larroquette Show (1993)
1994Q AwardViewers for Quality Television AwardsBest Actor in a Quality Comedy SeriesThe John Larroquette Show (1993)
1990American Comedy AwardAmerican Comedy Awards, USAFunniest Supporting Male Performer in a TV SeriesNight Court (1984)
1988Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TelevisionNight Court (1984)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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