Help tell the story of your loved one’s unique life. Leave a memory or share a photo or video below to show your support. The retired California state judge made four appearances on Nathan Fielder’s Comedy Central show to advise him on his stunts. Filosa died “unexpectedly” on July 4. “Judge Anthony Filosa was very special man,” Fielder said in tweeting out his obituary.

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Anthony R. Filosa joined Rosenberg Fortuna & Laitman, LLP in 2008 and is a partner at the firm. As a member of the firm’s litigation practice group, he drafts appellate briefs, argues appeals, conducts trials and depositions, and devises legal strategy for a diverse array of commercial litigation matters. He has tried cases as lead trial counsel in state and federal court, argued appeals before the Appellate Division, and successfully petitioned the New York State Court of Appeals to grant leave to appeal.

Anthony was born February 1, 1940 in Brooklyn, NY. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Filosa family. Nathan For Youisn’t built on lies borne out of malice, but rather awkward situations that have their foundations in some form of deception. These aren’t real situations, but they elicit very real reactions, and that’s the beauty of watching this show unfold. In “Souvenir Shop/ELAIFF”, Fielder continually builds upon one specific idea, and what we’re left with is a truly hilarious half hour of television. Your dad was awesome and he always handled himself so well on what is a pretty crazy show. I watched a few episodes with Judge Filosa last night, and I came to the same conclusion, and I think that is because the joke was never “on” Judge Filosa.

The judge is my dad – I’m his daughter, just got sent a link to this. I can’t tell you how flabbergasted he would be with all the love and notice he is getting. My dad was the damn best and it’s been a really tough couple weeks but I am so so so happy the world got to meet him through this show. He loved being on it and was always so confused when people would say something to him. I’ll never forgot when he called me about the first episode and he said “ I’m gonna be on this silly show on some channel called Comedy Central.” I said DAD comedy central is a huge network this is a big deal! But In the end after the second time he was called he was always hoping and waiting to hear from the crew to be asked to do it again.

This opportunity was one he truly cherished. So THANK YOU ALL for all the love and making my dad feel so cool. I always smiled whenever he showed up on the show. I loved his relationship with Nathan and how Nathan’s zaniness played off of his impartialness. Your father seriously made me learn more about laws and if I ever need legal advice, I hope I can consult someone like him. My sympathies with you and your family, but I’m glad these comments are helping.

He completed an internship with the Nassau County Supreme Court with the Hon. Stephen Bucaria, conducting legal research and drafting orders and opinions. As part of your account, you’ll receive occasional updates and offers from New York, which you can opt out of anytime. This password will be used to sign into all New York sites.