Brad William Henke, a previous NFL player who segued to acting and showed up in television series including Orange The latest trend Dark, Legitimized and Lost and such movies as Pacific Edge and World Exchange Place, has kicked the bucket. He was 56. His family said Henke passed on in his rest November 29, however no reason was given.
Brought into the world on April 10, 1966, in Columbus, NE, and brought up in Littleton, CO, Henke played school football at the College of Arizona, where he was group skipper and an All-Scholarly understudy writer. Drafted by the New York Goliaths in 1989, he proceeded to play on edge line for the Denver Mustangs and showed up in Super Bowl XXIV.
After wounds constrained him to resign in 1994, Henke moved to Los Angeles to seek after training. An open call for “huge folks” to do a business before long prompted another vocation. He started to score visitor spots on such television series as emergency room, Chicago Trust, Silk Stockings, Nash Extensions and Arli$$ and kept on working consistently until this year, piling up almost 100 credits.
The entertainer handled his most memorable major repeating job on the 2000-02 WB Organization satire Nikki, featuring Nikki Cox, and was given a role as a lead inverse Sam Trammell in Kickoff’s excursion dramedy Going to California, which endured one season.
Alongside more visitor jobs on series including CSI, Crossing Jordan and Passing judgment on Amy, Henke had little parts in various elements during the mid 2000s. He showed up in The Death of Richard Nixon, Me and You and Everybody We Know, Should Cherish Canines, The Zodiac, North Country, World Exchange Community and Hollywoodland prior to being given on Kickoff’s Dexter a role as Tony Tucci, a homicide suspect-turned-close casualty who repeated in four episodes.
Henke got his second series-ordinary job on ABC’s brief 2007 show October Street.
From that point forward, he guested on such series as Regulation and Request, Life on Mars and CSI: Miami prior to being given on ABC’s Lost a role as Bram, repeating on about six episodes in 2009-10. Henke proceeded to play Coover Bennett in seven Season 2 episodes of FX’s Legitimate and did a bend on Fox’s 2011 Shawn Ryan show The Chicago Code.
He likewise showed up in the component Gag, which debuted at the 2008 Sundance Film Celebration and shared an Extraordinary Jury Prize for its outfit projected. Henke additionally did mid-2010s circular segments on FX’s The Scaffold and Prime Video’s Subtle Pete. He then scored maybe his most popular job.
Henke was projected in Jenji Kohan’s Kickoff dramedy Orange A major trend Dark as Desi Piscatella, a gay prison guard at Litchfield Government Prison. He showed up in multiple dozen episodes from 2016-18 and shared a Droop Grant for Remarkable Execution by a Gathering in a Parody Series in 2017. The cast was selected again the next year.
Henke additionally repeated as Large John in the second time of Revelation’s Manhunt in 2020 and as Tom Cullen in CBS All Entrance’s The Substitute 2020-21. His other latest credits incorporate Regulation and Request: SVU and the 2022 movies Neighborhood blowout and Run and Weapon.
Henke is made due by his mom, Tammy; his sister, Annette; his significant other, Sonja; stepson Aaden; stepdaughter Leasa; and grandkid Amirah, many companions, individual entertainers, and understudies. He was continued in death by his dad, Bill, to whom he offered recognition with his expert name.