Kurt Fuller reveals why he’s nervous about joining the cast

You definitely know Kurt Fuller even if you haven’t renamed him. The character actor has over 200 credits to his name on IMDB with notable appearances in movies like Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Ghostbusters IIAnd Wayne’s worldor in his recurring television roles such as on super evilAnd Psychological. Fuller will bring his acting talents and comedic chops to the new NBC reboot night court, which will appear in this week’s episode on Tuesday, April 4. Speaking with ComicBook.com in an exclusive interview about his appearance in the new episode, we asked Fuller what his thought process looks like when he comes to a show that not only has a following, but a fan base as deep as this one.

“When I go to a show, I don’t care that it was, you know, everything new. I don’t sit there worrying about the old night courtthe new night court. I just look at what’s in front of me. But when you come with the people that you respect and respect, like John Laroquette, like Melissa Rauch and the writers and the producers, they were all people I want them to think I’m good at. So that’s the pressure, you don’t want to blow it. It is like nothing else. If you don’t keep your full attention, it doesn’t take much for you to go bad when you’re dealing with everything professional, everyone is good. So I was focused and working hard the whole time trying to keep up with those, these professionals who were in the middle of the race.”

He continued, “They’re already in the eighth, ninth, or tenth episode. So I try to get up quickly and then get in line and keep up with them and it’s not always easy. But they were, I have to say, very, very, very welcoming and they’re very good. And finally the acting.” It’s acting. So, you know, if you do that, it’s a language we all speak. If we choose to speak it.”

Fuller’s episode night courtTitled “Da Club,” it airs Tuesday, April 4 at 8 p.m. on NBC. The episode is described as follows: “When Abby gets a meeting with the New York City Attorney General (Kurt Fuller) to talk about her reform ideas, Dan invites himself to share his expertise in the art of ‘backstage dealing.’ He teaches Neil a lesson in confidence.”

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