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André Braugher, ‘Homicide: Life On The Street’ Star, Dead At 61

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Actor André Braugher, known for his roles in TV shows like “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Men of a Certain Age,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” passed away at 61 after a brief illness.

He won two Emmy awards and appeared in several films, including “Glory” and “The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson.”

Braugher’s portrayal of Captain Raymond Holt in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” earned him four Emmy nominations. (Trending: Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church)

According to Deadline, “From 2013 to 2021, Braugher was known as the no-nonsense, deadpan head of a Brooklyn police department, Captain Raymond Holt, in the comedy series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” That role scored Braugher four Emmy nominations.”

“Braugher was born in Chicago in 1962. He graduated from Stanford University before attending Juilliard School for drama,” continued the outlet.

Adding “Braugher leaves behind his wife of over three decades, actress Ami Brabson, whom he met on the set of “Homicide.” The two were married in 1991 and had three sons: Michael, Isaiah, and John Wesley.”

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