‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ actor Andre Braugher is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Andre Braugher has been a cast regular on Brooklyn Nine-Nine since its 2013 premiere. Getty Images

Andre Braugher has been a cast regular on Brooklyn Nine-Nine since its 2013 premiere.

TV actor Andre Braugher is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

The South Orange resident, 53, is a cast member on Fox’s police sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine for which he received an Emmy nomination in the supporting actor category in both 2014 and 2015 for his performance of Capt. Ray Holt.

In 2006 the Chicago native took home a Television Academy statuette for outstanding actor in a miniseries or movie for Thief and in 1998 he won for lead actor, playing Det. Frank Pembleton in Homicide: Life on the Street.

Other actors in the TV category who are being honored along the Hollywood Walk of Fame for 2017 are Tyra Banks, Ken Corday, Lee Daniels, Hugh Laurie, Eva Longoria, Wolfgang Puck, Keri Russell, Haim Saban, George Segal, Sarah Silverman and Jeffrey Tambor, according to a NJ.com report.

Congrats, Andre!