Austin Majors, a kid actor who had roles in multiple episodes of the television show “NYPD Blue,” passed away recently. He was 27.
On Saturday, Majors, who was born Austin Setmajer, passed away, according to information posted on the website of the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-office. Coroner’s There is no indication of what led to his passing in this report.
When Majors was younger, he had roles in a number of different television programmes, such as “Providence,” “ER,” “Threshold,” “According to Jim,” “NCIS,” “Desperate Housewives,” and “How I Met Your Mother.” In addition to that, you can hear his voice in the animated movies “Treasure Planet” and “The Ant Bully.”
However, the part of Theo Sipowicz on the ABC police drama “NYPD Blue” is the one that brought him the greatest notoriety. Between the years 1999 and 2004, Majors appeared in a total of 48 episodes of the series.
According to the information that can be found on his profile on the Internet Movie Database, Majors was “a scholar as well as an actor” and he skipped a grade in school. He attended the famed School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California, where his studies included not just film and television production but also the music industry. According to IMDb, he also attained the rank of Eagle Scout by the time he was 14 years old.
Austin Majors, former child star who played Andy Sipowicz’s son on ‘NYPD Blue,’ dead at 27
At The 7th Annual Mentor Awards Gala benefiting Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services on October 29, 2003 in Los Angeles, California, actors Gordon Clapp and Austin Majors posed for a photo in order to help honour two of their colleagues: David Milch, co-creator and executive producer of the series “NYPD Blue,” and Bill Clark, executive producer of the show. The event was held at the Biltmore Hotel.
His work on “Treasure Planet” earned him a nomination for best performance in a voiceover role, according to his IMDb page, and his performance on “NYPD Blue” won him the Young Artists Award for best performance in a television series. His IMDb page also states that he received the Young Artists Award.
The actor was memorialised by Majors’ family in a statement that was initially published by TMZ. The statement described Majors as “a loving, artistic, smart, and compassionate human being.”
According to Austin’s younger sister, Kali, some of her favourite memories with her brother include growing up on set with him, helping at events with “Kids With a Cause,” and going hiking together. This is continued in the statement. “Austin was the sort of son, brother, grandson, and nephew who brought a smile to our faces, and we will miss him terribly and indelibly for the rest of our lives.”