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Andre Braugher is easily one of the most talented actors on Television. Be it his performance in the police drama series Homicide: Life on the Street or the current favourite Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the actor has always managed to leave a mark with his performance. The actor currently is famous for essaying the role of Captain Raymond Holt for Brooklyn Nine-Nine that stars other talented actors such as Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, Chelsea Peretti and Terry Crews.

Braugher has also starred in some powerful supporting roles in films such as Primal Fear (1996), City of Angels (1998), Frequency (2000), Poseidon (2006), The Mist (2007) among others. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Will Scrap Four of its New Episodes After George Floyd’s Death, Confirms Actor Terry Crews.

The actor has also been a recipient of prestigious accolades and has bagged several nominations. Braugher has received two Primetime Emmy Awards, from ten nominations, and two Golden Globe Award nominations. As the actor celebrates his birthday on July 1, we look at his best moments on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. His character Captain Holt is sassy and his savage responses have surely won you ever. Here’s looking at Braugher’s best moments on the show.

Captain Holt’s Spot On Human Interaction Skills!

There’s quite none like Captain Raymond Holt when it comes giving a straight-face, sassy talk. Who can say, “I am good at (small pause) emotion” like him? or teach us how to say “I’m sorry” but in the most sincere way. Learn a thing or two from Captain Holt here because when he gets talking, we ought to listen!

When Captain Holt Becomes ‘Raymond in the Kangol’

It’s a rare occasion seeing Captain Holt let loose but when he does, it is unbelievably fun. When Raymond Holt decides to drop his ‘Captain’ hat and becomes ‘Raymond in the Kangol’, it is super exciting. Holt does know how to have fun and when he does get into the groove, there’s no one like him.

Captain Holt’s Amazing Insults

We all need to learn how to give strong comebacks like Captain Holt. Every encounter between Holt and Madeline Wuntch is a lesson for best insults. Wish we could all get to say, “You’re Wuntch Meat” as good as Andre Braugher does in the show.

Captain Holt is the King of One-Liners

Imagine saying, “Now Put on a Smile Porkchop” with as much sass as Captain Holt does. He’s the best when it comes to one-liners on the show and we bet some of your favourites include, “I Birthed Her”, “It’s Time to Make Daddy Proud” and “Hello Sexerella” among others. Chelsea Peretti Exits Brooklyn Nine Nine and We Feel Like the Human Embodiment of the Heartbreak Emoji.

There’s a reason why we love the character of Captain Raymond Holt so much and that’s because Andre Braugher plays it so bloody well. We can’t imagine anyone else playing this character for sure. Tell us your favourite Captain Holt moment from the show.

(The above story first appeared on News Brig on Jul 01, 2020 10:20 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website newsbrig.com).

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Heres what the coronavirus pandemic was like for a Wall St. billionaire

Poor little rich boy!

A Wall Street billionaire whined about being forced to drive himself around and learn Zoom amid the pandemic that’s cost a half a million people their lives and crippled the economy.

An unnamed bigwig dubbed “one of America’s richest men” by Bloomberg spoke to the outlet about his biggest worries during the coronavirus outbreak — which included not having anywhere to go on his private jet.

“Now if you’re on a bus and you start sneezing, everybody gets upset,” he whined in mid-March — before admitting that he didn’t take the bus.

The investor spoke with Bloomberg throughout the outbreak, providing insight into what the pandemic was like for some of the nation’s wealthiest, according to the article published Tuesday.

But the man requested anonymity as “Americans were too angry at rich bosses” in the current climate, the outlet said.

From his country home outside New York City, he told the author about having to drive himself to the store, since there was no staff around, and how “he could have hopped in his private jet and escaped, but really, he pointed out, where was he going to go?”

He also moaned about having to work remotely and not being able to “get five people in a room” — though he eventually seemed to get used to, and enjoy, software like Zoom.

When people had first started taking notice of the virus, he told Bloomberg: “I’m not worried.”

He later admitted that, “Some people are going to die.”

“But it’s old people,” he continued. “And if they do, it’s OK.” After a pause, he added: “Not that it’s OK. This isn’t that bad.”

There didn’t seem to be a reason to stress. The billionaire said “I could get my hand on a test,” adding that some of his rich buddies were quietly asking about reserving beds at private hospitals in case they got sick.

The article states that: “He had connections to the boards of the best hospitals but said he’d call in favors only for the people closest to him.”

By May 22, when the jobless rate had hit levels not seen since the Great Depression, he told the website: “Everything is going great.”

The plan at work was to try to “take advantage of the situation,” he continued, at a time when 325,000 people around the world had died of the virus.

“I used the wrong words,” he said when questioned about his choice of words. “It’s not ‘take advantage.’ It’s a huge opportunity for us. That’s what it is.”

But that many Americans are suffering — with more than 30 percent of the nation’s workforce sidelined since mid-March — while a select few are getting richer, is just part and parcel for this business bro.

“Is war fair? Do people die in a war? Yes,” he told the outlet.

“You’ve got a virus that is affecting people. It’s pretty clear who it affects,” he continued, referring to the sick and elderly.

“So nature is saying, ‘I’m going to pick on you.’ Is it fair? Is it right? No — but that’s life.”

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