Losing Another Talent: 'Chicago Fire' Actress DuShon Monique Brown Has Passed Away At 49

Date March 26, 2018

It’s a sad news for all the fans of NBC TV series Chicago Fire. DuShon Monique Brown, who has had the recurring role of Connie on the show, has passed away on March 23 at just 49. The actress’ representatives haven’t stated the cause of death yet but revealed that it was sudden and from natural causes.

What do we know about DuShon?

Apart from the Chicago Fire, Brown appeared in Shameless, Empire, and Prison Break. You can also see her in Unexpected, Electric Dreams and Surprise Me!

But Brown is not only famous for her TV appearances. She also had an extensive theater background and acted in many theater stages, including Lokkingglass, MPAACT, Pegasus Players, and many more.

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The actress has been on the show for more than 5 years, so it’s no wonder the cast and crew were devastated when getting to know the news. Many celebs and Brown’s fans rushed to various social media platform to express condolences and support DuShon’s family with prayers and warm words.

Here are some of the tweets shared

Rest in peace, DuShon Monique Brown!

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