Judge Wapner.

Wonder how he's doing today? From what I undersatnd he's not on the newer version.

I also wonder when the original PC series began what he thought of the idea of real life court cases on TV, real perople and not actors?

It also must have been something for someone like him who was just an average person and in later years to become so well known to many.



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I was thinking about Rain Man, how Dustin Hoffman's autistic character has to watch "Wapner" (The People's Court) every day in order to function, so I decided to see if he was still around. I'm kind of surprised he's still alive, at the age of 95. Even more surprising is the fact that he's only credited with three The People's Court episodes. I guess there's nobody on this site who cares enough to correct that.

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