‘Chicago P.D.’ Enlists ‘Revolution’ Grad for Recurring Role

Chicago P.D. is adding another new face in deteriorate four.

Revolution alum Tracy Spiridakos has sealed on for a repeated purpose on a NBC patrolman drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The singer will play Hailey Upton, a investigator in a spoliation carnage section with torpedo instincts, amusement and smarts. Always clocking in overtime, Hailey got her investigator defense meritoriously on a heels of an clandestine assignment that is still hidden in secrecy, and as a outcome has had to infer herself to those who suspicion she didn’t acquire her promotion.

Hailey will strife with Voight (Jason Beghe) over control of a case, though for a consequence of elucidate it, they set aside their differences to work together. Voight says if she’s ever meddlesome in Intelligence, he has a mark for her.

Spiridakos will make her opening in a 21st part of a season, set to atmosphere in early May. 

In further to starring on NBC’s Revolution, her other credits embody MacGyver and Bates Motel. She is repped by Gersh and Authentic Management.

Spiridakos is a latest further to a Chicago P.D. team, that has seen several vital onscreen changes this season. Following a exit of Brian Geraghty in a deteriorate 3 finale, deteriorate 4 saw a departures of Jon Seda — now a array unchanging on Chicago Justice — and repeated favorite Samuel Hunt. The Dick Wolf play has also welcomed several new actors into a fold, particularly Li Jun Li (Quantico) and many recently Revenge alum Nick Weschler, whose opening coincided with a proxy onscreen depart of array unchanging Patrick John Flueger, who has given returned.

“We didn’t start off during a commencement of this deteriorate with a large whiteboard like, who can we pierce out? Who can we pierce in? But we positively wanted to be this season, as we do each season, prepared for anything,” showrunner Matt Olmstead told THR in January. “[We thought], ‘Let’s be light on the feet. If there is any change, either long-term or short-term, let’s welcome it and use it as an event for storytelling and conflict.'”

Chicago P.D. front Wednesdays during 10 p.m. on NBC.

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