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


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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