Charlie Robinson Net Worth (2024): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Full Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 14th, 2022

Charlie Robinson was a veteran television, film, and stage actor. He has portrayed remarkable characters in several projects. He got recognition and appreciation from all over the world for his role in the sitcom “Night Court”. He has millions of die-hard fans and followers which he deserves.

Charlie Robinson's Net Worth

As of 2024, Charlie Robinson's net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

Net Worth$4 million
Given NameCharles P. Robinson
Famous NameCharlie Robinson
Source(s) of FameActor
Date of BirthNovember 9, 1945
Place of BirthHouston, Texas, United States of America
Age At Death75
Date of DeathJuly 11, 2021
Cause of DeathHeart Attack
RelationshipsMarried, Dolorita Noonan-Robinson, Divorced, Venus Duran, Divorced, Arvis Robinson, (1968-1978)

Early Life

Charlie Robinson was born on the 9th of November, 1945 in Houston, Texas, United States of America. His birth name was Charles P. Robinson. He has American nationality, however, the details about his parents and siblings are missing from the internet.

He has never even talked about his education. The little we know is that he took acting classes at Studio 7. He always had a passion for acting which made him pursue his career in acting.

Career Highlights

Charlie Robinson was a member of a music group in his teenage. He made his first appearance on television as a guest star in a show in 1971. Later, he started acting in multiple projects but couldn’t grab the attention of the audience at the start. He worked for made-for-TV production. It was a kick-start for his career.

He made a debut on Television in a series named Buffalo Bill. Later, he gave the most enduring performance in Night Court as Mac Robinson. He joined the series in its second season and remained a part of it for the rest of its nine seasons. He also played another role in the soap opera “Flaming Road”.

After he got done with the Night Court, he became a star. All the producers and directors wanted to cast him in their projects. He chose to act in a series Love & War that consisted of three seasons. Other than that, he also appeared in Mom, Home Improvement, and Hart of Dixie.

The popular shows he participated in as a guest include Key and Peele, How I Met Your Mother, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and The Bernie Mac Show.

He also acted in a lot of films throughout his career, i.e. The Black Gestapo, A Killing Affair, Beowulf, Mercy Street, Land of the Free, and the White Shadow.

He also received awards and honors for his remarkable performances like he won the Best Actor Ovation Award for his role of Troy in Fences. He also got the FRED award and Image Theatre Award for portraying the character of Simon so beautifully in a theatre play of The Whipping Man.

Personal Life 

Charlie Robinson got married to Arvis Robinson in 1968. However, the marriage lasted for only 10 years after which they decided to separate in 1978. Later, he tied the knot with Venus Duran. However, he never talked about when and how they met. Eventually, this marriage also failed and he got married to Dolorita Noonan-Robinson in 1996. She stayed with him till his death in 2021.


Charlie Robinson died on the 11th of July 2021, According to the family of Charlie Robinson, the cause of his death was a heart attack and failure of an organ. It was a tragedy for both his friends and family as they lost a gem.

Social Media

Charlie Robinson was never active on any social media platform as it wasn’t even common by then. He stayed in touch with his fans and followers through interviews, shows, and newspapers.


Charlie Robinson acted for six decades in various roles in films and television. He has made a great contribution to the survival of the Hollywood industry in that era. He also set an example for the upcoming actors. He has an estimated net worth of $4 million.

Charlie Robinson has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Richard Boone, Aparna, Suzanne Pleshette, Gill Hill, Mary Anne Fahey, Roxie Roker, Uriel del Toro, Adamari Lopez, and Margaret Trudeau.