Everything you should know about Markie Post

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The renowned actress of the 90s, named, Markie Post, as another name ‘Terri Micheals’, can be recognized by the fans of the ABC sop-opera The Fall Guy who also played the repeating role of ‘Barbara’ on Bunny Fletcher that is an NBC series, produced by Dick Wolf and Matt Olmstead. Undoubtedly, Markie Post is also renowned American actress who also played a role of Christine Sullivan in the sitcom of NBC named ‘Night Court’.

Her Early Life with Today’s Age

Markie Post, born on 4th November, 1950, in Palo Alto, California, as of 2021, has seen her 70 springs as yet. She belongs to a blue blood family where both the parents are talented in two different fields. She is the daughter of scientist Richard F. Post and her mother, Marylee Post, is a poet. Markie Post has two other siblings (Rodney & Stephen) with whom she spent her childhood in Stanford and Walnut Creek. She completed her schooling from Las Lomas High School and her graduation from Lewis & Clark College in Oregon.

Let’s know more about her

She joined Las Lomas High School, where she had been a jolly cheerleader for a long time. In Oregon, Post went to Lewis & Clark College for higher study, and also joined Pomona College situated in California. It is actually before she returned to complete her under graduation from the college of Lewis & Clark.

Markie Post was first married to Stephen Knox in 1971 and got divorced in 1972 and then from the year of 1982, she was married to the actor as well as writer, Michael A. Ross. They have two beautiful daughters. Markie Post is an amazing actress. She proved herself a perfect wife and a mother of two girls as well. She has always been a role model for many actresses in Hollywood.

Other than acting, she has a keen interest in various game shows in which she took part. She started her journey as a part of the production crew of the Split Second (a reality game show), which is based on the Tom Kennedy The show was produced by their own production company that is named Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Productions. She also worked as an associate producer of Alex Trebek‘s show named ‘Double Dare’. She also played the role of card dealer in a series originated by NBC.

If you are a fan of science fiction, you can also see her appearance science fiction series named Buck Rogers where she participated in the show in the 25th Century (Buck Rogers is an American sci-fi adventurous series that was created by Universal Studios).

Moreover, this series aired for two seasons between 1979 and 1981. After that, she performed in The Fall Guy series, where she acted the character of Christine Sullivan. Also, she has participated in the comedy series named Night Court, 1980. On the comedy television series Hearts Afire, she played the role of Georgie Anne Lahti Hartman with her co-star John Ritter.

 It has been the span of 30 years Markie Post had an active presence in the film industry in a well bred manner. Different roles in shows, series, and movies have given her the opportunity to earn fame and fortune without fail. The actress of Fall Guy has an approximate amount of net worth $12 million that is, indubitably, a good amount.

She mostly works in the American television industry like other famous actresses. Markie made her debut with CHIPs serial as Roberta in 1979. Other than serials, Markie also worked in movies. Her debut movie was Gangster Wars in 1981, but Markie became famous after her work in the series The Fall Guy from 1982-1985.

Facts about Markie

  • She was born on 4th of November, 1950 in Palo Alto, California, U.S.
  • Her zodiac sign is Scorpio.
  • Markie made her debut with TV Serial CHIPs in 1979.
  • Markie Post became famous for her role in the serials The Fall Guy and Night Court.
  • Her debut movie was Card Sharks (1978) and then Gangster War in 1981, First to Die (2003).
  • Markie Post has a net worth of around $12 million.

Markie Post Net Worth, Age, Height, Family, Children, Weight

NameMarkie Post
Nick NameMarkie
ProfessionAmerican Actress
Date Of BirthNovember 4, 1950
Place of BirthPalo Alto, California, U.S.
Zodiac Scorpio
Weight50 Kg Approx
FamilyFather – Richard F. Post
Mother – Marylee Post Siblings – Rodney & Stephen
HusbandMichael A. Ross (M. 1982), Stephen Knox (M. 1971 – Div. 1972)
ChildrenDaisy Ross, Katie Ross
Net Worth$12 Million

What is Markie Post Doing Now?  

She signed for a TV series in 2019 which name is Soundtrack (Track 2: Joanna and Nellie) in which she is playing the role of a Joanna’s Mom.

This 70 year old actress has her active social media presence on Twitter, where she is being followed by over 19k people. There she usually posts pictures of her family and friends. If you are so keen to have knowledge about her the most recent update, you may follow her Twitter account.

Chronologically Her Genres and Serials


  • 1981 – Gangstar War as Chris Brennan
  • 1998 – There’s Something About Mary as Mary’s Mom
  • 2007- Cook-Off! as Christine Merriweather (released in 2017)
  • 2014 – Muffin Top: Love Story as Linda
  • 2017 – Sweet Summertime as Lila Burns
  • 2017 – Camp Cool Kids as Euginia
  • 2017 – Keep the Gaslight Burning as Mrs. Maxwell

TV Serials

  • 1979 – CHIPs as Roberta for the television debut Episode: “Rally ‘Round the Bank”
  • 1979 – Barnaby Jones as Linda Woods for Episode: “Master of Deception”
  • 1979 – Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Joella Cameron For the Episodes 2
  • 1979 – Hart to Hart as Sandy for the Episode: “Cop Out”
  • 1980 – Eight is Enough as Kerry for the Episode: “The Commitment”
  • 1980 – Semi-Tough as Barbara Jane Bookman For the Episodes 4
  • 1981 – The Greatest American Hero as Deborah Dante for the Episode: “The Two-Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Fast Ball”
  • 1982 – Code Red for the Episode: “Wildfire”
  • 1982 – Massarati and the Brain as Julie Ramsdell for the Television Movie
  • 1982 – Not Just Another Affair Jan Thacker for the Television Movie
  • 1982 – 1985 – The Fall Guy as Terri Michaels for the series regular 64 Episodes
  • 1983 – Six Pack as sally Lead better for the Television Movie
  • 1983 – Matt Houston Courtney Garner for the Episode: “A Novel Way to Die”
  • 1983 – Cheers as Heather Landon for the Episode: “just Three Friends”
  • 1983 – Go as Herself for the 5 Episode
  • 1983 – 1984 – Fantasy Island as Amy Marshall/Doreen Murphy for the 2 Episodes
  • 1983 – 1984 – The A-Team as Rina/Leslie Becknell/Sister Teresa for the 2 Episodes
  • 1983 – 1988 – The $10,000 Pyramid as Herself for the recurring role 80 episodes
  • 1984 – Glitter as Barbara Nelson for the Episode: “pilot”
  • 1984 – Body Language as Herself for 5 episodes
  • 1985 – The $25,000 Pyramid as Herself for the 5 episodes
  • 1985 – 1987 – Super Password as Herself for the 20 episodes
  • 1986 – Triplecross as Delia Langtree for the TV Movie
  • 1988 – Glitz as Linda moon for the TV Movie
  • 1988 – Trick of the Trade as Marla for the TV Movie
  • 1988 – Blackout as Herself for the 5 Episodes
  • 1991 – Strangers at My Door as Sharon Dancey for the TV Movie
  • 1992 – 1995 – Hearts Afire as Gregorie Anne Lahti Hartman for the 54 episodes
  • 1993 – Beyond Suspicion as Joyce for the TV Movie
  • 1995 – VR.5 Alexis Miller for the Episode: “The Many Faces of Alex”
  • 1995 – Visitors of the Night as Judith English for the TV Movie
  • 1996 – Chasing The Dragon as Gwen Kessler for the TV Movie
  • 1996 – Dave’s World as Lisa McCauley for the Episode: “Falling”
  • 1997 – Dog’s Best Friend as Horse for the TV Movie voice role
  • 1997 – Survival on the Mountain as Amy Hoffman for the TV Movie
  • 1997 – I’ve Been Waiting For you as Rosemary Zoltanne for the TV Movie
  • 1999 – 2000 – Odd Man Out as Julia Whitney for the 13 episodes
  • 2000 – Twice in a Lifetime Nancy Waldron/Peggy McIntrye for the episode: “It’s a Hard Knock Life”
  • 2000 – Hollywood Squares as Herself for the 5 Episodes
  • 2001 – Till Dad Do Us Apart as Virginia Corbett TV Movies
  • 2001 – Late Boomers for the TV Movie
  • 2002 – 2006 – Scrubs as Lily Reid for the 3 episodes
  • 2003 – 2004 – The District as Audrey Livingston/Simone Fairgate/Audrey Livermore for the 2 episodes
  • 2006 – Ghost Whisperer as Diana Lassiter for the Episode: “The Woman of His Dreams”
  • 2007 – Holiday in Handcuffs as Mom Chandler for the TV Movie
  • 2010 – Backyard Wedding as Aunt Addie for the TV Movie
  • 2010 – 2013 – Transformer Prime as June Darby series regular; 15 episodes (voice role)
  • 2011 – Man Up as Linda for the Episode: “Acceptance”
  • 2013 – Back in The Game as Dotty for the Episode: “Play Hard or Go Home”
  • 2013 – Christmas on the Bayou as Lilly for the Television Movie
  • 2018 – Santa Clarita Diet as Becky for the Episode: “Coyote in Yoga Pants”


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