One of the funniest sitcoms of the decade, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows the lives of the detectives of the 99th Precinct in Brooklyn, New York as they balance their personal lives and action-packed jobs. The series, which ran for 8 seasons, ended in September 2021, but it will remain in the fans' hearts forever.
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Although the show also had some dramatic scenes and heartwarming moments, its general tone is obviously comedic and it highly depended on its characters' ineptitude and absurdity. More often than not, the whole squad behaved as if they were just teenagers in a high school classroom. But in reality, they're all adults in different stages of their life.
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9 Michael Hitchcock: 60 Years Old
Michael Hitchcock isn't the most popular detective in the 99th Precinct, but he and his partner, Norm Scully, were promoted to regulars since the second season because their incompetence, vulgarity, and gluttony make for one of the funniest dynamics inthe show.
Although the series never states Hitchcock's real age, "Hitchcock & Scully," the sixth season's second episode, starts with a flashback to 1986 in which both cops successfully capture the mafia boss Gio Costa. In this flashback, Hitchcock looks around 25 years old, which would make him around 52 years old in the first season and around 60when the series ended.
8 Norm Scully: 65 Years Old
Although Hitchcock and Scully started just being particularly inept, they soon received their own gross personalities. While Hitchcock is known for being crass and overly sexual, Scully is a bit more innocent. However, he's just as disgusting, especially when it comes to bodily functions and diseases.
Scully's real age isn't revealed on the show, but in the "Hitchcock & Scully" flashback, he looks slightly older than Hitchcock himself. Assuming he was 27 at the time would make him 54 years old in the first season and 62 in the last one. That's a whole life of excess. No wonder he has to take so many pills.
7 Gina Linetti: 41 Years Old
Although Gina left the series in the sixth season, she remained a fan favorite. Although she's the only civilian in the Brooklyn Nine-Nine's roster, Gina is completely out of touch with reality. While she's fond of her co-workers, she believes to be beyond them, which translates into sardonic remarks whenever anyone requests anything from her.
The series never explicitly states Gina's age, but given that she and Jake share their high-school reunion in "The Tattler," it's safe to believe she's the same age as him. In "The Apartment," Jakes mentions he's 33 years old, which means Gina would have been the same age. This would mean she was around 39 when she left the precinct in the sixth season and 41 by the end of the show.
6 Charles Boyle: 47 Years Old
Not the smartest detective, but always optimistic, Charles Boyle is Jake's best friend and partner. He's an eccentric man who tends tobe oblivious to the sexual nature of his comments. However, he's also a wholesome man, whose only dream is to have a happy and healthy family.
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In the first season's episode "Christmas," Charles says he's 42 years old because he calculates his age from the year his parents met. Of course, this isn't true. In "Hostage Situation," during the third season, fans get a glimpse of Charles and Eleanor's marriage certificate. The document states Charles was born in 1974, which makes him 41. That would make him around 39 when the show starts and 47 for the series finale.
5 Terry Jeffords: 52 Years Old
Although he's the brawniest member of the squad, Terrence "Terry" Jeffords is also the softest. Since he's an avid bodybuilder, people think he's a badass, but in reality, he's quite sensitive, which makes him a great father. When it comes to helping others, he's the most loyal co-worker in the 99th Precinct, although his anxiety may get in the way sometimes.
There's no information online about Terry's birthday, but in "The Suicide Squad," the 18th episode of the sixth season, he refers to himself as a 70-years-old Terry, when discussing life 20 years later. This reveals he was around 50 at the time. By this logic, he's 44 in the first season of the show and 52 by the end of it.
4 Rosa Díaz: 38 Years Old
The 99th Precinct's badass, Rosa Díaz is a scary, smart, and brave woman with a mysterious past. Although she spends a lot of time with her co-workers, there's a recurrent gag about how little everyone knows about her life. In fact, , she mentions that Rosa Díaz isn't her real name. Obviously, this isn't explored any further.
Since Rosa is particularly private, it isn't possible to know her age for sure. However, in "Cop-Con," she can hear the sound-emitting machine, so she's definitely younger than 35 years old. Since her style is effortlessly more youthful than other members of the precinct, it makes sense that she's younger than most, so she must be around 30 when the show begins, which would make her 38 by theseries finale.
3 Amy Santiago: 38 Years Old
Amy Santiago is the nerd of the 99th Precinct. She's a responsible and smart woman whose sense of duty makes her annoying, but also, one of the most trustworthy detectives out there. Given her hard work and her natural talent, no one is surprised when she becomes a sergeant and then the Department Chief.
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During "Casecation" in the sixth season, Amy and Jake discuss having kids. As an argument in favor, Amy explains to Jake that she isn't getting younger and when Jake asks for some time, she tells her she can't wait two years for him and then start over at 38. Based on this, it's safe to assume Amy is 36 at that moment. This means she's 30 years old during the first season and 38 during the last one.
2 Raymond Holt: 71 Years Old
A stoic but eccentric man, Raymond Holt starts on the show as nothing but the strict captain of the 99th Precinct. However, slowly and steadily, he's pulled into Jake and the rest of the squad's shenanigans. While he never stops being as stoic as in the first season, he definitively normalizes craziness, especially when it comes to the Halloween Heist.
"He Said, She Said," the 18th episode of the sixth season, features a flashback to 1981, during which Holt catches the Disco Strangler. Considering his clothing and style as well as his prolific career as a police officer and then detective, it's safe to assume Holt is around 30 in this scene. This would make him 63 years old during the first season and 71 during the last one.
1 Jake Peralta: 40 Years Old
Immature but talented, Jake grows throughout Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Granted, he never stops being childish — after all, this is part of his charm. However, he becomes a more responsible man, especially after he and Amy decide tohave a family together. Although he's still as impulsive as ever, Jake learns to think about consequences before acting once he becomes a dad.
Jake is one of the few characters on the show with an established age. During "The Apartment," in the first season, he mentions he's 33 years old. Six years later, in the seventh season, Rosa says that he's 38. This checks out when considering he's about to turn 39. By this logic, Jake is around 40 by the end of the show.
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