Date of Birth : Nov 25th 1947
American film and television actor. His best known roles include Dan Fielding on the series Night Court and Mike McBride in the Hallmark Channel series McBride. He joined the cast of Boston Legal in fall 2007. Larroquette’s first role was uncredited, as a U.S. soldier in Follow Me, Boys! (1966). He also provided the opening voiceover narration for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974). His most memorable non-comedy role was in the 1970s NBC program Baa Baa Black Sheep where he portrayed a WWII U.S. Marine Corps fighter pilot named 2nd Lt. Bob Anderson. Larroquette first broke into TV on the soap opera Doctors’ Hospital. During the filming of the Bill Murray/John Candy hit comedy film Stripes(1981), his nose was nearly cut off in an accident. He was running down a hall into a door which was supposed to open, but it didn’t, and his head went through the window in the door.