Orange Is The New Black and Dexter star Brad William Henke dies aged 56

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    Actor Brad William Henke has sadly died aged 56, according to a source close to the star.

    According to Deadline, the Hollywood actor who starred in Orange Is The New Black is believed to have died in his sleep on November 29.

    It's unclear what the cause of death was at present.

    The American actor also starred in the hit series Justified and Lost and appeared in a number of Hollywood films, including Pacific Rim and World Trade Center.

    Before the actor found fame on the big screen, he played college football at the University of Arizona and was drafted by the New York Giants to play for the Denver Broncos.

    Brad was best known for playing Desi Piscatella in the hit Netflix show Orange Is The New Black.

    His character was a gay corrections officer at the penitentiary and he was featured a number of times between 2016 and 2018.

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