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Harry Anderson net worth: How much was IT and Night Court actor found dead at 65 worth?

Harry Anderson net worth: How much was IT and Night Court actor found dead at 65 worth?

Entertainment
Harry Anderson was a man of many talents which kept a steady flow of cash pouring in.He was was a talented actor, screenwriter, magician and TV director.The popular actor was most known for his role in the TV show Night Court as Judge Harry Stone, and he also had a recurring role on Cheers.Sadly, the actor was found dead in his home in North Carolina on Monday.According to officers who found him no could play was suspected.His son, Dashiell Anderson, told TMZ that his dad had died of natural causes.GETTYHARRY ANDERSON NET WORTH: The actor was found dead in his homeHow much was Harry Anderson worth?Harry Anderson was estimated to be worth $ 10million (£7million), according to Celebrity Net Worth.He built his fortune from a talent for magic – which grew into a successful acting career.Anders
CGHS cover applies even to hospitals not on government list: Supreme Court

CGHS cover applies even to hospitals not on government list: Supreme Court

Finance
NEW DELHI: In a relief to over 44 lakh current and retired government employees and their families covered under the Central Government Health Scheme, the Supreme Court said on Friday that reimbursement cannot be denied to them even if they received treatment in a hospital not empanelled under the plan. The SC bench said “no fetters” could be placed on the rights of a government employee during his lifetime to get the best medical treatment and it was wrong to reimburse bills on the basis of rates fixed under CGHS in case the employee got treatment from a hospital which is not empanelled. “The right to medical claim cannot be denied merely because the name of the hospital is not included in the government order,” the bench said. “The real test must be the factum of treatment. Before any me
Sir Cliff sues BBC: Corporation blames police in court

Sir Cliff sues BBC: Corporation blames police in court

Entertainment
The BBC began its defence against a lawsuit from Sir Cliff Richard by blaming police.Sir Cliff is calling for the broadcaster to pay him "very substantial" damages after live reporting the search in August 2014 by South Yorkshire Police of the popstar's apartment in Sunningdale, Berkshire, as part of an investigation into a historical child sex abuse allegation.A BBC reporter had gained prior knowledge of the raid and the corporation broadcast it as it unfolded, naming Sir Cliff in reporting.He was abroad at the time and is said to have been shocked and humiliated by the event.Sir Cliff was questioned about the alleged assault but never arrested or charged.He is suing the corporation in a High Court hearing in London which started on Thursday.BBC editors have said they will "defend ourselv...
'End of the road' for Pistorius as court rejects appeal

'End of the road' for Pistorius as court rejects appeal

World
South Africa's highest court has rejected a request for appeal by Oscar Pistorius.The decision means the "end of the road" for the former athlete, who faces 13 years in prison for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.He had asked South Africa's constitutional court to review both his jail term and murder conviction, but both requests were dismissed in a ruling.:: Reeva Steenkamp - the woman behind the nameImage:Pistorius with Reeva Steenkamp less than three weeks before he killed herPistorius shot Ms Steenkamp dead on Valentine's Day 2013 after firing four times through the locked door of his bedroom toilet.He later claimed he believed she had been an intruder, and his lawyers have challenged both his prosecution and sentences in years of wrangling in the courts.It now appears the form...
Ant McPartlin WON'T appear in court tomorrow despite drink-drive charge

Ant McPartlin WON'T appear in court tomorrow despite drink-drive charge

Entertainment
The planned court hearing has been delayed.In a statement,Wimbledon Magistrates Court said: "A adjournment in this case has been agreed, therefore Ant McPartlin will not be appearing at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court, on Wednesday 4th April 2018."The new date of hearing has not yet been confirmed."Last month, Ant, 42, was arrested after crashing his Mini into two cars as he headed home from walking his dog Hurley.PATROUBLED: Ant McPartlin is currently in rehabWENNDELAYED: Ant McPartlin's court hearing has been delayedAnt and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway's best moments See the funniest moments on the best loved show Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.WENN Ant and Dec perform with Kylie Minogue on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway “A adjourn