Markie Post Net Worth

Markie Post is an American Actress. Markie Post Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $12 Million. Explore more about Markie Post‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her

Markie Post Full name Marjorie Armstrong Post. Her nick Name was Markie Post. Markie Post now 70 Years old (death time).

Markie Post Father Physicist Richard  and Her Mother Poet Marylee.

Markie Post Spouse  was  Stephen Knox, Michael A. Rose . She has two kids.

She was born in 4 November 1950  in Palo Alto, California, United states of America and death date 7 August 2021.

Markie Post complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Markie Post’s Career

Before becoming an actress, Post worked behind the scenes on a number of game shows. She started with the production crew of “Split Second,” and also served as an associate producer on “Double Dare” and a card dealer on “Card Sharks.”

Post began her acting career in 1979 with appearances on multiple shows, including “CHiPs,” “Barnaby Jones,” “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century,” and “Hart to Hart.” In the early 80s, she was in episodes of “B.J. and the Bear,” “Eight is Enough,” “Simon & Simon,” and “The Love Boat,” among other shows. Post also appeared in the miniseries “The Gangster Chronicles” and the television film “Massarati and the Brain.” In 1982, she landed her first main role on a regular series, playing Terri Michaels on ABC’s “The Fall Guy.” During her time on that show through 1985, Post made appearances on “Cheers,” “Fantasy Island,” “The A-Team,” and “Hotel,” and started becoming a regular celebrity guest on the game shows “The New $25,000 Pyramid” and “Super Password.” She also began playing her biggest role, Christine Sullivan, on the sitcom “Night Court.” Joining the show in its third season in 1984, she remained in her role through the ninth and final season in 1992.

After the end of “Night Court,” Post starred opposite John Ritter on the CBS sitcom “Hearts Afire,” which ran from 1992 to 1995. She followed that with a number of television films, such as “Someone She Knows,” “Chasing the Dragon,” and “I’ve Been Waiting for You.” Post had her next main role in a series from 1999 to 2000, playing Julia Whitney on the short-lived ABC sitcom “Odd Man Out.” In 2001, she starred opposite John Larroquette in the television film “Till Dad Do Us Part.” Post went on to have notable guest roles on the shows “Scrubs” and “The District.” She also starred in the television film “Holiday in Handcuffs” and lent her voice to the animated series “Transformers: Prime.” The most substantial of Post’s late-career roles was on the police procedural series “Chicago P.D.,” on which she played the recurring character Bunny Fletcher in seasons two through four from 2014 to 2017. After that, Post had the smaller recurring role of Helen Portollo on the sitcom “The Kids Are Alright” from 2018 to 2019.