Remembering André Braugher: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Star and Emmy Winner Passes Away at 61

Source: www.stuff.co.nz

Sad news today as we learn about the passing of André Braugher at the age of 61. Most of us knew him as the no-nonsense Captain Raymond Holt on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The talented actor, who won two Emmys, left us on Monday after a short illness.

Braugher’s acting journey included standout roles in ’90s series Homicide: Life On The Street and Men of a Certain Age. He was all set to shine in the upcoming Netflix series Residence. Recently, fans caught him in action in the final season of The Good Fight on Paramount+, acting alongside Christine Baranski.

Social media is buzzing with fans sharing their favorite moments from Braugher’s time on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, where he brought Captain Holt to life, keeping the NYPD’s 99th precinct in check with Andy Samberg.

Although it’s a sad time, people are choosing to remember Braugher for the mark he left on the entertainment world. His unexpected exit leaves a gap, but his legacy lives on through the characters he portrayed. Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and the fans who are feeling this loss deeply.

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