|Born||May 21, 1961|
Moberly, Missouri, U.S.
|Died||October 18, 2017 56) (aged|
Burbank, California, U.S.
Brent Briscoe (May 21, 1961 – October 18, 2017) was an American character actor and screenwriter.
Briscoe was born in Moberly, Missouri. After completing his education at the University of Missouri, Briscoe launched his career as a theater actor.
He then segued into screenwriting and acting in feature films. He moved to Los Angeles permanently after working with Billy Bob Thornton on Sling Blade . He also frequently worked with Mark Fauser, who was his college roommate.
Briscoe was hospitalized in October 2017 after suffering a fall. It led to internal bleeding and heart complications that resulted in his death on October 18, 2017 at the age of 56.
|1993||Ghost Brigade||Raider #2|
|1996||Sling Blade||'Scooter' Hodges|
|1998||Another Day in Paradise||Clem|
|Break Up||County Sheriff #2|
|A Simple Plan||Lou Chambers|
|1999||The Minus Man||Chief of Police|
|The Thirteenth Year||John 'Big John' Wheatley||Television film|
|Crazy in Alabama||Jury Foreman, Voice of Chester Vinson|
|The Green Mile||Bill Dodge|
|Man on the Moon||Heavyset Technician|
|2001||Double Take||Junior Barnes|
|Say It Isn't So||Detective Vic Vetter|
|Mulholland Drive||Detective Neal Domgaard|
|The Majestic||Sheriff Cecil Coleman|
|2002||It's All About You||Bathroom Patron|
|Waking up in Reno||Russell Whitehead|
|Journey of Redemption||Badge|
|2003||The Big Empty||Dan|
|House||The Farmer||Episode: "Three Stories"|
|2006||Bon Cop, Bad Cop||Judd|
|Bachelor Party Vegas||Mel 'Big Gut Mel'||Video|
|In the Valley of Elah||Detective Hodge|
|Mr. Woodcock||Barber #2|
|Home of the Giants||Prock|
|Randy and the Mob||Griff Postell|
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets||Michael O'Laughlen|
|Black Crescent Moon||Earl|
|Yes Man||Homeless Guy|
|2009||The Smell of Success||Shotgun Farmer|
|The Grind||Brent B.|
|2010||The Killer Inside Me||Bum / The Stranger / Visitor|
|Dirty Girl||Officer Perry|
|2011–2015||Parks and Recreation||JJ||Recurring role|
|2012||Jayne Mansfield's Car||Bobby|
|The Dark Knight Rises||Veteran Cop|
|Born Wild||Kyle Rich|
|Ambush at Dark Canyon||Morgan Heinz|
|2013-2014||Hell on Wheels||Jimmy 'Two Squaws'||Guest role|
|Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who Is John Galt?||Dispatcher|
|Hello, My Name Is Frank||Puggis Tripp|
|2016||Term Life||Officer Murphy|
|2017||Twin Peaks||Detective Dave Macklay||Recurring role|
|2017||Brooklyn Nine-Nine||Matthew Langdon||Last role |
Episode: "Crime & Punishment"
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