law and order actors who have died
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Jerry Orbach died from prostate cancer in 2004
Jerry Orbach was one of the greats. As per Today, he began his acting tenure on the Broadway stage, starring in smash shows like “Chicago,” “42nd Street,” and “Promises, Promises” before moving to the screen and appearing in big hits like “Dirty Dancing” and “Beauty and the Beast.” But it was perhaps Orbach’s 12 years on “Law & Order” that really made him a star. The actor played Detective Lennie Briscoe for more than 270 episodes, earning both a SAG Award and a Primetime Emmy, according to IMDb.
But, sadly, Orbach announced a prostate cancer diagnosis in early December of 2004 and died from the disease just a few weeks later. He was only 69 years old. “[He was] a real good guy who knew everything and everybody,” Orbach’s “Law & Order” co-star, S. Epatha Merkerson told Today. “He had a real lust for life and the work he did, and it permeated throughout the set.” Orbach (and Detective Lennie Briscoe) will be sorely missed.
What was the last episode of Law and Order with Jerry Orbach?
Law & Order’s Annie Parisse wanted more “adventure” in her career
Annie Parisse in a burgundy top
After firing Serena Southerlyn, District Attorney Arthur Burch hires a new Assistant District Attorney named Alexandra Borgia, which brought actress Annie Parisse into the Law & Order world. Parisse lasted just 34 episodes before home invaders kidnapped and murdered Borgia in 2006’s season 16 finale.
The actress told Newsday at the time that her character’s death was “a total blast” to film, since it’s usually Law & Order guest stars who get the emotional scenes.
“People always tell me, ‘That was terrible what they did to you,'” she explained. “I try to comfort them by telling them I had a really good time doing it.”
Parisse also explained that she asked to leave the show, adding that she was excited to take on different work. “I like the adventure of going from job to job to job.
Not knowing what’s next,” she continued. “That’s just my crazy personality.” Parisse later took big roles in the TV shows Rubicon, The Following, Vinyl, Person of Interest, The Looming Tower, and Friends From College.
is a German-American television and film actress.
She is best known for playing Kate Lockley in the television series Angel from 1999 to 2001 and Serena Southerlyn in the television series Law & Order from 2001 to 2005.
She has also appeared in films such as Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005), American Hustle (2014), Joy (2015), Once Upon a Time in Venice (2017) and Bombshell (2019).
Röhm was a longtime avid equestrienne, but she gave up professional equestrianism after a 2005 accident that she spoke about in a 2011 episode of the Biography Channel series Celebrity Close Calls.
She appeared in a horse-riding scene with Mark Harmon in an NCIS episode.
Röhm was engaged to director Austin Smithard in 2000. In 2005, Röhm began a relationship with Ron Anthony Wooster.
Röhm and Wooster have a daughter born in 2008. Röhm and Wooster married in October 2008.[ They divorced in October 2014. In January 2019, Röhm announced her engagement to Judge Jonathan T. Colby.
In March 2020, Röhm’s publicist revealed that she and Colby are no longer together.
In October 2021, Röhm married Peter Glatzer with her daughter in attendance.
Röhm had a blog on her personal website, where she often wrote about life with her daughter and her then-fiancé. On January 6, 2011, People added Röhm’s blog to the “Moms & Babies” section of its website.
George Grizzard died at age 79 in 2007
George Grizzard, an award-winning stage actor and frequent guest star of “Law & Order,” died at age 79 in 2007.
As reported by the New York Daily News, Grizzard died from complications from lung cancer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell.
The prolific actor was in five episodes of “Law & Order” between 1992 and 2000, appearing as a defense attorney named Arthur Gold, as per IMDb.
Though Grizzard held several strong film and TV credits beyond “Law & Order,” he was first and foremost a stage actor, bringing his talents to many off-Broadway and Broadway plays.
Grizzard’s first Broadway appearance was in 1955 when he played Paul Newman’s brother in “The Desperate Hours.” He was also in the first production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and was nominated for several Tony Awards for his work in plays like “The Disenchanted” and “Big Fish, Little Fish.
” Grizzard won a Tony Award in 1996 for “A Delicate Balance.” His former on-stage co-star Paul Newman once said of Grizzard (via the New York Daily News), “When we were on the stage together, he was the best thing around.”
Lynn Cohen, who played Judge Mizener on Law & Order, died in 2020
could be argued that being a judge on “Law & Order” is one of the best guest star spots — popping in every few scenes to dispense justice, and staying comfortably seated the whole time. Perhaps that’s why Lynn Cohen appeared as Judge Elizabeth Mizener on “Law and Order” 12 times from 1993 to 2006, as per IMDb. Or maybe it was just because she loved acting, as she’d been doing it for a very long time. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cohen started acting in the 1970s, appearing in several off-Broadway plays and shows. Her credits got bigger and better, with Cohen making her screen debut in 1983 in the movie “Without a Trace” and her Broadway debut in “Orpheus Descending” in 1990.
Doris Belack, who played a judge on Law & Order, died at 85
While the judges on “Law & Order” might not have been as provocative as the detectives or as dangerous as the perps, they were certainly memorable.
And none, perhaps, were as memorable as Judge Margaret Barry, brought to life by actress Doris Belack. Belack played Judge Barry for more than 10 years, appearing in 10 episodes of “Law & Order” as well as two episodes of the spinoff “Law & Order: Special Victim’s Unit,” as per IMDb.
However, the stern-faced judge will never grace a courtroom again as Belack died in 2011 at the age of 85.
According to Variety, Belack died from natural causes in Manhattan, outliving her husband of 65 years by four months.
Beyond her work as Judge Barry, Belack was also a prolific film actress, gathering credits in hits like “What About Bob?,” “Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult” and “Prime.”
The actress also appeared in the massive comedic hit “Tootsie” as a harried producer, as well as other big TV shows like “Family Ties,” “The Cosby Show,” and “The Golden Girls.
” Belack’s final role was a character voice in the video game “Grand Theft Auto IV.”