Austin Majors, “NYPD Blue” baby actor, dies at 27
Austin Majors, who started his appearing profession as a baby star on “NYPD Blue,” has died at 27.
Majors, who was born in 1995 and whose full title was Austin Setmajer-Raglin, died on Feb. 1. The explanation for loss of life has not been decided, in line with the Los Angeles County coroner’s workplace, and additional investigation is pending.
Majors made his first on-screen look within the 1997 movie “Nevada,” however his breakout position started at in 1999, when he secured the a part of Theo Sipowicz on ABC’s “NYPD Blue.” Majors appeared in 48 episodes over 5 years, in line with IMDb.
He additionally voiced the youthful model of the principle character, Jim Hawkins, in Disney’s animated 2002 movie, “Treasure Planet.” The movie was nominated for Best Animated Feature on the seventy fifth Academy Awards.
Austin obtained the Young Artists Award for Best Performance in a Television Series for his work on “NYPD Blue,” and a nomination for Best Performance in a Voice Over Role for “Treasure Planet.”
Majors additionally had smaller roles on different hit reveals within the 2000s, similar to “How I Met Your Mother,” “NCIS” and “Desperate Housewives.”
In 2013, Majors graduated second in his highschool class, and studied on the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, the place he majored in Film and Television Production with a minor in Music Industry. He was a Brother within the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, and an energetic philanthropist and outdoorsman, in line with his IMDb biography.
He had been a member of the charity Kids With a Cause from the age of 5.
He is survived by his youthful sister, actress Kali Majors.
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