Sad information out of the TV world at this time because it has been revealed that Brad William Henke, a former NFL participant who acted in a number of hit TV exhibits and flicks, has died.
He was 56.
According to Deadline, the actor’s household stated he died in his sleep on November 28, however no reason for demise has been revealed.
Henke was drafted by the New York Giants in 1989 and went on to play on the line of defense for the Denver Broncos, showing in Super Bowl XXIV.
He subsequently moved to Los Angeles to pursue teaching however discovered himself in a profession in entrance of the digital camera.
He landed visitor roles on exhibits like ER, Nash Bridges, and Silk Stockings.
Henke had a recurring position on the WB Network comedy Nikki and adopted that up with the lead position in Showtime’s Going to California.
His second sequence common position was on October Road. In 2016, Henke appeared on Netflix’s hit drama, Orange is the New Black, enjoying Desi Piscatella, an adversary to the feminine inmates of Litchfield Federal Penitentiary.
While the character had a tough exterior, flashbacks took viewers into his previous to flesh out the character.
He starred within the sequence till 2018, and the character’s exit had an enormous impact on the remainder of the characters going into the subsequent season.
He shared a SAG Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series together with his co-stars in 2017.
Other current TV credit embody Manhunt, The Stand, & Law & Order: SVU.
In addition to TV, Henke additionally appeared in films World Trade Center, The Zodiac, North Country, Me and You, and Everyone We Know.
Throughout his profession on display screen, he racked up nearly 100 credit.
Henke is survived by his mom, Tammy; his sister, Annette; his spouse, Sonja; stepson Aaden; stepdaughter Leasa; and grandchild Amirah.
May Brad William Henke relaxation in peace.
Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.