Markie Post
Markie Post (born Marjorie Armstrong Post, November 4, 1950) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her eight-year role as Defense Attorney Christine Sullivan on Night Court. Her other major roles include bail bondswoman Terri Michaels on The Fall Guy, and herself in over 60 episodes of the game show The (New) $25,000 Pyramid. She also played the role of Cameron Diaz's mother in the film There's Something About Mary.

Did you know that she was also an Associate Producer for Double Dare? Betcha didn't! Though it's not the Nickelodeon game show we're all familiar with; rather, it was a different show produced by Goodson-Todman in 1976 for CBS and hosted by Alex Trebek. After that show got cancelled, she went onto another Goodson-Todman series, Card Sharks, as one of the card dealers during the 1978-81 run on NBC; prior to these series, she served as a researcher on the ABC run of Split Second from 1972 to 1975; she also worked on the pilot for Jay Wolpert's first solo game show, Whew!, and appeared as a celebrity guest on his later show Blackout, both for CBS (in 1979 and 1988, respectively).

Voice roles

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