Austin Majors was discovered dead at the age of 27, following a possible overdose while staying at a facility for people experiencing homelessness.
The family of Majors has issued a statement to TMZ saying he was sorry to lose him, and that he was "loving, artistic, and brilliant."
Majors was a member of the NYPD Blue for many years, as the son of Dennis Franz's detective Andy Sipowicz. He was also a part of several films including Treasure Planet, An Accidental Christmas, and Little Manhattan.
Outside of NYPD Blue, Majors made one-off appearances in NCIS, How I Met Your Mother, Desperate Housewives, and According to Jim. He had also taken filmography and editing credits, with his final credits coming in 2015.
Majors is survived by his parents and sister, with his younger sister Kali Majors also working in the entertainment industry as an actor as well as working behind the scenes. The duo starred together in a short film Volare in 2004.
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