Markie Post net worth (June, 2023): Facts, Earnings, Age, Height, Husband

Markie Post net worth: $12 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:Nov 4, 1950 – Aug 7, 2021 (70 years old)
Height:5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)
Nationality:United States of America

Markie Post net worth is estimated to be $12 Million. Markie Post was a well-known American actress famous for appearing in “Night Court” and “The Fall Guy”.

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Markie Post House:

Markie and her husband, Michael Ross paid a little over $1 million for a home in the LA suburb of Toluca Lake in 1991. After several months of her death, in February 2022, the home in the LA suburb of Toluca Lake was put on the market for $6.275 million.

Markie Post Biography:

  Born:Marjorie Armstrong Post
November 4, 1950
Palo Alto, California, U.S.
  Died:  August 7, 2021(aged 70) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
  Gender:  Female
  Height:  5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)
  Profession:  Actor
  Nationality:  United States of America
  Years active:  1978-2019
  Known for:  Night Court Hearts Afire The Fall Guy
  Spouse(s):  Stephen Knox (married:1971) Michael A. Ross (married:1982)

Markie Post, she was born on November 4, 1950 in Palo Alto, California,U.S. Post’s father, Richard F. Post was a physicist and her mother, Marylee Armstrong Post, worked as a poet. Post was raised in Stanford and Walnut Creek.

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Post attended Las Lomas High School and she was a cheerleader. Markie went to Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and briefly Pomona College in California. Post earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Lewis & Clark.

Markie Post Acting Career:

At the very beginning, Post worked on several game shows. She started her career with the production crew of the Tom Kennedy version of Split Second. Post served as associate producer of CBS’s Double Dare. After getting fame as an actress, she played as an celebrity guest, including The Match Game- Hollywood Squares Hour, Super Password, The (New) $25,000 Pyramid.

     Her early acting credits include the pilot episode of “Simon and Simon” in 1981. In 1983, two episodes of “The A-Team”. “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century” and also as Diane Chamber’s best friend in sitcom “Cheers”. Thanks to the ABC action drama “The Fall Guy”, which also starred Lee Majors, she became a star.

Post played bail bondswomen Terri Michaels in “The Fall Guy” from 1982-1985. On the NBC sitcom “Night Court” she plated public defender Christine Sullivan from 1985-1992. On the CBS sitcom “Hearts Afire” Post played Georgie Anne Lahti Hartman from 1992-1995. Markie played the mother of Cameron Diaz’s character in “There’s Something About Mary”. Post appeared in the “30 Rock” episode “The One with the Cast of Night Court” when she, Harry Anderson and Charles Robinson staged a mock reunion of the “Night Court” crew cast.

Markie was the voice of June Darby on the computer animated robot superhero TV series Transformers: Prime. She also appeared as recurring character Barbara ‘Bunny’ Fletcher in the first four seasons of Chicago P.D.

Markie Post Films:

Year                    Title               Role
  1981  Gangster Wars  Chris Brennan
  1998  There’s Something About Mary  Sheila Jensen
  2007  Cook Off!  Christine Merriweather
  2014  Muffins Top: A Love Story  Linda
  2017  Sweet Sweet Summertime  Lila Burns
  2017  Camp Cool Kids  Euginia
  2017  Four Christmases and a Wedding  Anna Taylor
  2018  Keep the Gaslight Burning  Mrs. Maxwell
  2019  Christmas Reservations  Tay Griffins

Markie Post Husband:

Markie Post was married to Stephan Knox, a college friend from Lewis & Clark in 1971. Post then got married to Michael A. Ross, an actor in 1982 and they have two daughters.

Markie Post Awards:

Markie Post won CableACE A ward for Children’s Program Special-6 and Young (Presidential Inaugural Celebration for Children).

Markie Post Death:

Markie Post died on August 7, 2021, aged 70, at her home in Los Angeles. She was battling with cancer for almost four years before her death.

Markie Post Quotes:

I couldn’t be as charming as my mother or as smart as my father. So I decided to be bad.

                                                                                        –Markie Post