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‘Blue Bloods’: Is Len Cariou Leaving After Henry’s Bad Medical News?

It’s been a tough stretch for Blue Bloods star Len Cariou and his character, Henry Reagan, after getting some bad medical news. In a recent episode, Henry finds out that he’s got prostate cancer. That’s never good news at all and it set some people to start speculating. Is Cariou, who has been on the show since Season 1, about to leave? His appearance at the Reagan family dinner table is usually a must-see event.
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‘Blue Bloods’ Star Len Cariou Recalls Filming the Show’s First Scene Ever

Blue Bloods actor Len Cariou has been a part of the TV series since its first show and, well, the very first scene ever filmed. Cariou plays Retired NYPD Commissioner Henry Reagan on the show, and he’s the father of Frank Reagan, played by Tom Selleck. If you watch the show, then you know that the family dinner scene is a staple. Each episode pretty much ends with a gaggle of Reagans sitting and having some food. When the show started, the initial scene first done for Blue Bloods was this one.
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‘Blue Bloods’ Star Len Cariou Described Playing Tom Selleck’s Dad Despite Small Age Gap

Len Cariou of Blue Bloods is really happy to be working with Tom Selleck on the CBS drama and he makes no bones about it. The amount of respect that Cariou has for Selleck, even after all these years on the show, comes through in his comments. It’s something for an actor like Cariou to realize how good his co-star has been to him and the show. Both actors are experienced, for sure. Yet Cariou points out a couple of distinctions that help him in his work on TV.
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Is Len Cariou Leaving 'Blue Bloods' After His Devastating Medical Diagnosis?

Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers for Season 12 of Blue Bloods. Six decades after Canadian actor Len Cariou started his acting career, he’s still booked and busy. He made his debut as Henry Reagan on the CBS series Blue Bloods in 2010. Since then, fans have grown to love the retired police commissioner. However, recent episodes suggest that the tough-but-fair family patriarch’s story may come to an end soon.
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TV QUESTIONS: Tom Selleck, Len Cariou play a son, father, despite small age gap

You have questions. I have some answers. Q: How much of an age difference is there between Tom Selleck and Len Cariou? I’m thinking not much. A: You are correct. Tom Selleck, who plays Frank Reagan on “Blue Bloods,” will be 77 in January. Cariou, who plays Frank’s father Henry, is 82. That’s some acting magic for you. And, before someone asks, Frank’s children are played by Bridget Moynahan, 50; Donnie Wahlberg, 52; and Will Estes, 43.
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Is Len Cariou leaving Blue Bloods? The future of Henry Reagan

Is Len Cariou leaving Blue Bloods? As we prepared for tonight’s big episode, we were concerned over Henry Reagan’s future. As for the reason why, go ahead and blame the promo department for that! There were some videos out there for this episode (titled “Firewall”) that suggested that Henry’s health was on the decline — he started a fire in the kitchen that Jamie had to help extinguish. How much of a cause for concern was this?
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‘Blue Bloods’ Star Donnie Wahlberg Shouts Out Costar Len Cariou: ‘Truly Sweet Man’

There’s nothing better than seeing Blue Bloods star Donnie Wahlberg giving a shout-out to his co-star, 82-year-old Len Cariou. There is no denying that Donnie Wahlberg is an impressive man. His background in the entertainment industry spans several different sectors including music, film, and television. Most recently, however, fans know Donnie Wahlberg by another name — Danny Reagan on Blue Bloods.
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‘Blue Bloods’ Celebrates National Grandparents Day With Special Tribute to Tom Selleck, Len Cariou

It’s National Grandparents Day. Today we celebrate the people in our lives who loaded us full of sugar and bought us toys we didn’t need. Whether you called them nana, granny, grampy, or grandpa, they gave us some of our favorite childhood memories. And today, Blue Bloods made sure to give a shout-out to two of their favorite granddads, Tom Selleck and Len Cariou.
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‘Blue Bloods’: How Will Estes Learns from Tom Selleck and Len Cariou on Set

“Blue Bloods” star Will Estes isn’t against learning more about the art of acting. He knows that he can lean in and listen to two veterans. Estes, who plays Sergeant Jamie Reagan on the CBS police drama, was interviewed in 2017 by Taylor Magazine. Interviewer Ceylan Kumbarji asked the “Blue...

‘Blue Bloods’ Henry Reagan Actor Len Cariou Spent 50 Years Writing One Broadway Musical

Len Cariou has been playing Henry Reagan on “Blue Bloods” since the show started in 2010. At 81 years old, the Broadway legend has been acting since long before the hit CBS police drama came about. And in addition to his accomplished screen career, the man is a Tony Award-winning stage performer. Recently, he’s been taking the stage with a musical that he’s been working on for the better part of 50 years.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Len Cariou

Len Cariou’s career has spanned the course of the last seven decades. Over the years, he has established himself on the big screen, the small screen, and the stage. The amount of dedication he’s put into his craft definitely hasn’t gone unnoticed. Although Len is well-known for a variety of roles, the last 10 years of his career have made him famous for playing Henry Reagan in the popular series Blue Bloods. As a wise and loving father and grandfather, Len’s character has become a favorite among fans. Despite being in his early 80s, Len is still going strong and he has no plans to stop acting any time soon. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Len Cariou.
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Len Cariou, 2018: “Broadway and the Bard”

Len Cariou, Tony Award winner for the original production of “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street” and star of his one-man show, “Broadway and the Bard,” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. Although recognized for his presence on television for the past eight seasons (as Tom Selleck’s dyspeptic father...
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