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Beloved Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andre Braugher, Captain Ray Holt, passes away at 61

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Renowned for his portrayal of Captain Ray Holt in the sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Andre Braugher passed away on Monday, leaving behind a legacy of exceptional performances and multiple award nominations. The accomplished actor, who also played pivotal roles in Hollywood films, succumbed to a brief illness at the age of 61.

Andre Braugher’s career breakthrough came with Homicide: Life on the Street, earning him a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. His talent garnered another Emmy for his role in Thief as Nick Atwater, along with a Golden Globe nomination for Gideon’s Crossing. Braugher’s contributions spanned eight seasons on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, where he portrayed the beloved Captain Holt.

According to Deadline’s report, Andre Braugher’s passing resulted from a brief illness, leaving the entertainment industry in mourning. Co-star Terry Crews, who shared the screen on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, penned a heartfelt note on Instagram, expressing disbelief at the untimely departure of Captain Holt. Joe Lo Trugilo, who played Charles Boyle on the show, also paid tribute to Braugher on social media.

 

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In addition to his television success, Andre Braugher showcased his talent in films, notably in the Academy Award-winning Glory, directed by Edward Zwick. His filmography includes appearances alongside Denzel Washington, Matthew Broderick, Cary Elwes, and others.

Beyond the small and big screen, Braugher left an indelible mark with roles in The Good Fight, Bojack Horseman, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Men of a Certain Age, and Hack, among other projects. A devoted family man, he is survived by his wife, Ami Brabson, and their three sons, Michael, Isaiah, and John. Braugher’s passing leaves a void in the entertainment world, but his impactful contributions will forever be remembered.

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