Pictures: Where are the 'Homicide' stars now?
For seven years on NBC, "Homicide: Life on the Street" chronicled the frustrations (and occasional triumphs) of a fictional homicide squad struggling to keep Baltimore's streets as safe as possible. Based on a book by former Baltimore Sun reporter David Simon and produced by Baltimore native Barry Levinson, the series, although never a big-time ratings success, was television drama at its finest: carefully written, craftily acted and riveting without being flashy. Here's a look at what some of the "Homicide" alumni have been doing since the show went off the air for good in 1999.
Also see: "The Wire": Where are they now?
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Andre Braugher( TNT / August 12, 2010 )
Andre Braugher's aggressively cerebral Frank Pembleton served as the emotional core of 'Homicide' for its first six seasons; in 1998, he won a well-deserved Emmy for his work. Braugher, 48, has stayed plenty busy since "Homicide" went off the air, winning a second Emmy (in 2006, for the movie "Thief"), serving as the doomed captain of a soon-to-be-upside-down passenger ship in 2006's "Poseidon" and starring in a trio of TV series: playing a doctor in "Gideon's Crossing" (2000-2001), a cab driver in "Hack" (2002-2004) and (above) one of the "Men of a Certain Age" (2009-present).