Andre Braugher

Andre Braugher, a graduate of Stanford University and later a student at the prestigious Juilliard School, made his screen debut in 1989 alongside Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman in "Glory." That same year, he appeared as Telly Savalas' partner in several TV movies based on the investigations of Kojak. While he has made notable appearances in feature films over the years ("Primal Fear," "City of Angels," "Frequency," "The Mist"), Braugher's career has primarily thrived on television. Introduced in an episode of "Law & Order" (1991), his character Frank Pembleton became the centerpiece of the series "Homicide: Life on the Street" from 1993 to 1998, earning him an Emmy nomination in 1996 and subsequently winning Best Actor in a Drama Series in 1998. After a brief return to the role in a 2000 TV movie, Braugher transitioned to the medical drama "Gideon's Crossing," garnering Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Following two seasons on "Hack" (2002-2004) alongside David Morse, Andre Braugher received critical acclaim for the miniseries "Thief" (2006), winning another Emmy Award (and a Golden Globe nomination), and starred in "Men of a Certain Age" (2009-2011), earning additional accolades. He made recurring appearances on "House" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" before gaining widespread recognition and a new fanbase with "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." In this beloved comedy series, Braugher portrayed Captain Raymond Holt at the Brooklyn Police Station alongside Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, and Melissa Fumero. He appeared in all 153 episodes across 8 seasons, receiving four Emmy nominations. In 2022, he starred in the impactful film "She Said," centered on the New York Times' revelations about the Weinstein scandal, and appeared in ten episodes of "The Good Fight."  



Spirit Untamed (2021)

- Al Granger (voice)