The actor was found in his home in Asheville, NC Monday morning.
The cause of death wasn't disclosed, but Hallingse said no foul play was suspected.
Anderson was a three-time Emmy nominee for his role on "Night Court".
He performed as a street magician in San Francisco when he was 17 and also appearing at clubs like Dante Magic Club and the Magic Castle under the stage name "Harry the Hat", in reference to the trademark fedora he wore on stage.
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He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Morgan, and their two children.
Night Court anchored NBC's early "Must See TV" Thursday lineup, which also included The Cosby Show, Family Ties and Cheers. We miss you already. They named the character Harry so I'd do not forget to react when someone said my name. "Harry the Hat. Rest in peace". We became friendly over the years", Harris wrote, "He worked at the @MagicCastle_AMA and recently sold me a handful of great magic memorabilia.
Filmmaker Judd Apatow shared his memory of Anderson, writing, "I interviewed Harry Anderson when I was 15 years old and he was so kind, and frank and hilarious". It was a dream come true.
"I did a Saturday Night Live, just a guest spot", Anderson told the Bradenton Herald in 2015. He was just wonderful.
"Stunned by the passing of Harry Anderson, one of my comedy and magic inspirations growing up".