Austin Majors Cause of Death Revealed: Austin Majors, who used to play a kid on the TV show NYPD Blue, died in Los Angeles at the age of 27. The child was best known for his part in the American police procedural TV show NYPD Blue, which follows the struggles of the made-up 15th Precinct detective team. The LA County Medical Examiner-Coroner said that Austin had died. Austin was living in a homeless shelter in downtown Los Angeles. He was in the L.A. Daily News last week when L.A. Mayor Karen Bass toured the shelter.
Who was Austin Majors?
Austin was a child actor who was in the hit TV show NYPD Blue in the 1990s. He went to the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California to study film. He majored in Film and Television Production and minored in Music Industry. Austin was a member of the club Alpha Tau Omega, and he has a younger sister named Kali Majors.
His sister Kali wrote on Facebook, “My big brother, Austin, has died. Last night, he died. I still can’t believe it. He was only 27 and still had a lot of life to live.
Austin loved being outside and was a junior assistant Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts. At the age of 14, he became an Eagle Scout, which is the top rank in scouting. He liked helping people and worked with charities like Kids with a Cause, the Ronald McDonald House, and the Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Centre.
In 2002, Austin won the Young Artists Award for Best Performance in a TV Series for his work in the show NYPD Blue. For his work on the Treasure Planet show, he was also nominated for Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role. He also worked on shows like ER and did the character of Hyllus in two episodes of the Hercules miniseries in 2005. In 2009, he was on How I Met Your Mother for the last time.