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Brad William Henke, an actor, passed away. He was 56 years old.

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Brad The passing of renowned character actor William Henke has been confirmed by the actor's agency and management. 56.

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Brad Henke was happy and courteous, and his manager, Matt DelPiano, wrote on Instagram, "He loved our community, and we cherished him. "We give his wife and family our thoughts."

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Henke "died peacefully in his sleep," according to CNN, on November 29. He received a football scholarship to attend Arizona.

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Henke was chosen by the New York Giants in 1989, and he played for the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXIV against the San Francisco 49ers.

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He was the team captain, a linebacker, and an A-student writer. Due to injuries, he had to leave the NFL in 1994.

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Henke had gone to Los Angeles to teach, but after going to an open call, she was chosen to appear in a commercial for "big lads."

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Numerous TV shows, such as "ER," "Silk Stalkings," "Arli$$," and others featured him. His groundbreaking performance as Desi Piscatella in 2017

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On Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black," he played a homosexual prison guard at Litchfield Federal Penitentiary, which earned him a SAG Award for best ensemble performance in a comedy-drama series.

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In addition to "Choke," which won the 2008 Sundance Music Festival Special Jury Prize for ensemble acting, he also appeared in "Bright, Fury," "Me and You and Everyone We Know," and "Bright, Fury." He took part in almost 40 movies overall.

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