She brought laughter and joy to many and will be greatly missed.
At this difficult time we ask that the privacy of the family and loved ones be respected.” Also Read: ' Chicago PD' Star Jason Beghe Apologizes for ' Anger Issues' and On-Set Behavior Brown had appeared on the NBC drama since its premiere in 2012, playing Connie, the assistant to Eamonn Walker’s Chief Wallace Boden.
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But lawsuits are expensive and it could end up costing the young entrepreneur who has irked the two billion dollar corporations.
Never miss any WGN-TV news - you can livestream our newscasts right from your phone or tablet.“Chicago Fire” actress Du Shon Monique Brown has died at the age of 49. “Du Shon, most affectionately known to many as Connie on NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire,’ died suddenly Friday morning of natural causes. No cause of death has been officially released, but TMZ, citing anonymous sources, reported that Brown had admitted herself to a Chicago hospital for tests after suffering chest pains earlier this week.Many of these flights are routed through more popular destinations.But if a lot of people take advantage of that discrepancy it could hurt the airlines, which is why they want to shut him down. Y., and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in computer science at age 20 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.“Our thoughts and prayers are with Du Shon’s family and we will all miss her.” Brown has also held guest roles on “Empire,” “Shameless” and the Amazon anthology “Philip K.Dick’s Electric Dreams” in addition to her work as a stage actress in Chicago theater productions.Boyd worked as an American Airline ticket agent 30 years ago, and says he was trained at the airline to help customers find “hidden city” fares.“I don’t think it’s illegal what he’s doing,” Boyd said.Zaman said he knew a lawsuit was inevitable but he points out that there’s nothing illegal about his web site.He also said he has made no profit via the website and that all he’s done is help travelers get the best prices by exposing an “inefficiency,” in airline prices that insiders have known about for decades.