Stephanie Beatriz has begged actors who play police officers on TV to donate to the Bail Fund Network in the wake of George Floyd's death.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine actress, who plays detective Rosa Diaz on the hit sitcom, has called on other actors in the industry to do their part as the US reels from the brutal death.
George, 46, was an unarmed black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes as he told them, "I can't breathe".
Officer Derek Chauvin has since been charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter and was sacked from his job, but three other cops caught in the same footage are yet to be charged with any offence.
The video of George's disturbing death has struck a chord with angry spectators all across the world, who demand justice and an end to racist attacks on innocent members of the black community.
Following the harrowing daylight murder, 39-year-old Stephanie has donated a whopping $11,000 to the Bail Fund Network.
Taking to Twitter, she shared a screenshot of her donation receipt while urging other actors who play police officers to do the same.
"I'm an actor who plays a detective on TV," she wrote.
"If you currently play a cop? If you make tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in residuals from playing a cop? I'll let you do the math. (Thanks @GriffLightning for leading the way)."
The talented actress received non-stop praise after sharing a photograph of her receipt to the charity with fans and followers alike labelling her 'an inspiration' and a 'hero'.
Stephanie admitted that she was inspired after former Blue Bloods actor Griffin Newman made the same donation.
"I'm an out-of-work actor who (improbably) played a detective on two episodes of BLUE BLOODS almost a decade ago," Newman wrote on Twitter.
"Blue. Actors. Should. Donate. To. Act. Blue. #BlueActorsActBlue."
It comes as many high profile celebrities are donating to Black Lives Matter charities amid the crisis.
As protests are still storming through cities such as LA and New York, Chrissy Teigen has made a huge donation to bail out demonstrators who have been arrested during the protests.
The model and television personality offered to donate $100,000 to the cause at first.
However, she has since doubled the amount to $200,000, in a clap back at people who criticised her gesture and labelled the fed-up protesters as criminals.