Markie Post Birthday: November 4, 1950 Age: 70 years, 70-year-old females Sun Sign: Scorpio Also known as Marjorie Armstrong Markie Post and Marjorie Armstrong Post Born In: Palo Alto, California Famous As: Actress Actresses American Women Height:
Markie Post Birthday: November 4, 1950
Age: 70 years, 70-year-old females
Sun Sign: Scorpio
Also known as Marjorie Armstrong Markie Post and Marjorie Armstrong Post
Born In: Palo Alto, California
Famous As: Actress
Actresses American Women
Height: 5’6″, 168 cm, 5’6″, FemalesFamilies:
Spouse/Ex-: Michael A. Ross (M. 1982), Stephen Knox (M. 1971 – Div. 1972
Father: Richard F. Post
Marylee Post: Mother
Children: Daisy Ross, Katie Ross
U.S. State: California
Who is Markie?
Markie Post, an American actress, is well-known for her roles in NBC’s sitcom Night Court’ as Christine Sullivan, the public defender in NBC’s sitcom Night Court’ and Terri Michaels (ABC’s drama series ’The Fall Guy), respectively. She also played the role of the bail bondswoman, Terri Mikes, in ABC’s drama series & ‘The Fall Guy. She has worked on many game shows, in addition to acting. Post, the daughter of Richard F. Post and Marylee Post, was raised in Walnut Creek with her two siblings. She attended Las Lomas High School, where she cheered. She attended Pomona College briefly and then graduated from Lewis & Clark College, Oregon. Post was previously married to Stephen Knox. She has been married to Michael A. Ross, an actor, and cum writer. They have two daughters. Post is an inspiration to many in Hollywood. She is a wonderful actress and a great wife and mother.
Markie Post‘s television debut was with an episode in 1979’s drama ‘CHIPs. She also appeared in two episodes in the 25th Century series ‘Buck Rogers in the 25th Century’ that year. In 1981, she was cast as Chris Brennan in the TV miniseries “The Gangster Chronicles” and also got a part in the crime drama film “Gangster Wars”. The actress played Terri Michaels on the adventure/action TV series ‘The Fall Guy in 1982. She was also joined by Lee Majors and Heather Thomas. She was featured on the game shows Match Game’ (and ‘Go), and then she appeared in two episodes of Fantasy Island’ and? The A-team. The post began to appear on the game show “The $10,000 Pyramid” during this period. She was cast in 1984 as Christine Sullivan on the sitcom Night Court’. She joined the game show Super Password a year later.
Post played Georgie Anne Lahti Hartman on the sitcom Hearts Afire, 1992-1995. She was also a star of the sitcom. She began to play Julia Whitney in the drama “Odd Man Out” after the series ended. In the 1998 short film “Behind the Zipper With Magda” and in the romantic comedy “There’s Something About Mary”, which is about a group of men who fall for the title character Mary and attempt to win her affection. Next, she starred in the TV film ‘Holiday in Handcuffs.’ She also shot the film ‘Cook-Off!’ in this period. It was released in 2017.
She was cast in 2013 as a series regular on ‘Transformers Prime’. In the police procedural drama Chicago P.D., she was cast as Barbara Fletcher the following year. Post was also featured in “Muffin Top: a Love Story” (2014), Cathryn Michon’s directorial debut. It is about a woman who returns to the dating scene after her husband has left her for another woman.
Family and Personal Life
Markie Post was the daughter of Richard F. Post, a scientist, and Marylee Post, a poet, on November 4, 1950, in Palo Alto. Rodney and Stephen are her two brothers. She graduated from Las Lomas High School and then enrolled at Lewis & Clark College. After briefly attending Pomona College, she returned to Lewis & Clark to complete her bachelor’s degree.
Michael A. Ross, a post-married actor/writer, on 7 February 1982. They have two daughters, Katie and Daisy. The actress was previously married to Stephen Knox, who was her college mate at Lewis & Clark College.