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Brooklyn Nine Nine Star Andre Braugher No More

Tragic news has surfaced with the reported passing of esteemed actor Andre Braugher, a beloved figure known for his outstanding contributions to both drama and comedy. 

Andre Braugher’s Battle with Illness

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The 61-year-old actor succumbed to a brief illness, as confirmed by his representative, Jennifer Allen, who released a statement on Monday.

Enduring Legacy: Braugher’s Journey in Entertainment

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Braugher’s illustrious career spanned decades, leaving an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. His iconic roles as police detective Frank Pembleton in the 1990s series “Homicide: Life on the Street” and the deadpan police captain, Ray Holt, on NBC’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” in 2013 endeared him to audiences across generations.

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NBC Entertainment showered praises

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NBC Entertainment expressed deep condolences in a late Tuesday statement, praising Braugher as an actor whose talent and versatility set a standard for others in the profession. 

Remembering Andre Braugher’s Versatility

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They acknowledged his ability to seamlessly transition between dramatic and comedic roles, citing his determined and passionate portrayal of Captain Holt in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

Emmy Glory: Braugher’s Shelf of Achievements

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A recipient of numerous accolades, Braugher’s shelf included 11 Emmy nominations and two wins. His Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a miniseries or movie came in 2006 for his compelling role as Nick Atwater in the FX Network production “Thief.” 

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Brilliant Portrayal of Pembleton in 1998 

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The actor also secured the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 1998 for his portrayal of Pembleton in “Homicide: Life on the Street.”

Talents Beyond the Screen

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Beyond television, Braugher showcased his talent in serious dramas and films, leaving a lasting impact with roles in “Law & Order: SVU,” “The Tuskegee Airmen,” and the ABC drama “Gideon’s Crossing,” where he portrayed Dr. Ben Gideon in 2000 and 2001.

From “Glory” to “Nine-Nine”: The Cinematic Journey of Andre Braugher

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His cinematic journey unfolded from the acclaimed film “Glory” in 1989 to the TV series “Men of a Certain Age” from 2009-2011. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which originated on Fox in 2013 before moving to NBC in 2018, concluded its successful run in 2021, further solidifying Braugher’s status as a seasoned and versatile actor.

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NBC Mourns the Loss of Andre Braugher

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As the entertainment industry mourns the loss of a luminary, NBC Television and NBC expressed their deep sorrow over Braugher’s passing.

Andre Braugher remains ever-present in the hearts of fans

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His legacy lives on through his memorable performances, leaving an enduring impact on the hearts of fans worldwide.

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