LOS ANGELES — Austin Majors, a baby actor who bought his begin on “NYPD Blue,” has died. He was 27.
The 27-year-old actor, who additionally glided by the identify Austin Setmajer-Raglin, died Saturday at a residence, in line with the Los Angeles County coroner.
“Austin Majors (Setmajer-Raglin) was a creative, good and type human being,” his sister, Kali Majors-Raglin, mentioned Monday. “Austin took nice pleasure and delight in his performing profession.”
A reason for loss of life has not but been decided, pending additional investigation, in line with the coroner’s workplace.
Majors was born in 1995, and by the tip of the last decade, was portraying Theo, son of “NYPD Blue” protagonist and Det. Andy Sipowicz (performed by Dennis Franz).
Majors appeared in 48 episodes of the present by the mid-2000s, in line with IMDB. He additionally appeared on different prime-time reveals, together with “E.R.,” “In response to Jim,” “NCIS” and “How I Met Your Mom.” He additionally carried out in a comparatively big selection of TV and movie tasks, together with “Determined Housewives,” “American Dad!” and the animated function “Treasure Planet.”
“Most individuals will bear in mind him as younger Theo Sipowicz on ABC’s ‘NYPD Blue’ and the voice of Younger Jim in Disney’s ‘Treasure Planet’, however we are going to bear in mind him because the caring, beneficiant, and kindhearted person who he was,” Philip Marcus, a director at Clear Expertise Group, which represented Majors for a number of years, mentioned in a press release. “Austin’s abilities have been boundless.”
Kali Majors-Raglin mentioned after graduating from the College of Southern California, the place he studied movie and tv manufacturing, her brother displayed “a ardour” for “directing and music producing.”
Kali Majors-Raglin, an actor who has appeared on “ER” and “NCIS,” mentioned that her brother “by no means knew a stranger and his aim in life was to make individuals comfortable.”
She mentioned the 2 favored to backpack and volunteer at Youngsters With a Trigger occasions.
“Austin was the sort of son, brother, grandson, and nephew that made us proud and we are going to miss him deeply eternally,” she mentioned.