Actress’ diversified credit score include ”Hearts Afire“ and ”There’s Something About Mary“
Markie Put up, an actress most inviting known for taking half in a public defender on the 1980s sitcom “Evening Court,” died Saturday at age 70.
Put up succumbed to a on the subject of four-yr battle with cancer, her manager Ellen Lubin Sanitsky informed Time restrict. Sanitsky did no longer at as soon as reply to TheWrap’s quiz for comment.
To boot to to her work in “Evening Court,” which ran for 9 seasons on NBC from 1984 to 1992, she also had memorable roles as a bail bondsman in the Lee Majors action collection “The Plunge Man” in the early ’80s and in the 1992-95 comedy “Hearts Afire” a number of conservative senator’s aide (John Ritter) who marries a liberal political reporter (Put up).
Later, she had routine visitor roles in collection adore “The District” and because the mother of Sarah Chalke’s doctor personality on “Scrubs.”
Put up’s film credit score include taking half in Cameron Diaz’s mother in the hit 1998 Farrelly Brothers comedy “There’s Something About Mary” and a singer opposite Jimmy Smitz’s Miami cop in the 1988 thriller “Glitz” essentially essentially based totally on an Elmore Leonard novel.
A local of Palo Alto, California, Put up obtained her originate up working in games reveals equivalent to “Double Dare” and “Card Sharks” in the 1970s. Before long she used to be making visitor appearances in TV hits adore “Barnaby Jones,” “Simon & Simon,” “The Ideal American Hero” and “The A-Team.” A visitor just as presumably the most inviting fair actual friend of Shelley Long’s Diane Chambers on “Cheers” rapidly led to a fashioned just on “The Plunge Man.”
Even after her cancer diagnosis, Put up continued her acting occupation, acting in the 2017 Lifetime Christmas movie “Four Christmases and a Wedding” and the 2018-19 ABC sitcom “The Children Are Alright.”