Character actor Brent Briscoe has died at the age of 56.
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'Brent played hundreds of roles throughout his career but his greatest role was to his family and friends. We will miss him dearly.'Originally from Moberly, Missouri, the actor worked in television and film for nearly 30 years, most recently playing Det. He became a fan-favorite in NBC's Park's and Recreation, where he played J. Thanks for serving Leslie all those waffles.' Briscoe got his first acting credit in 1990, when he appeared in Burt Reynold’s sitcom Evening Shade after graduating from the University of Missouri.
J., the owner of Amy Pohler's Leslie Knope's beloved JJ's Diner. He often worked with director David Lynch, serving once again as a detective in his 2001 movie, Mulholland Drive.
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