Chicago PD cast

Jason Beghe

Jason Beghe

as Sergeant Hank Voight

Jason Beghe stars as Sergeant Hank Voight, leader of the Chicago P.D. Intelligence Unit.

Beghe attended the Collegiate School in New York City, where he became best friends with John F. Kennedy, Jr. and David Duchovny.

He played a quadriplegic in the 1988 George A. Romero film "Monkey Shines: An Experiment in Fear." He later appeared as a police officer in the film "Thelma & Louise" and played Demi Moore's love interest in "G.I. Jane." Other feature film credits include "X-Men: First Class," "The Next Three Days," "One Missed Call" and "Atlas Shrugged: Part II."

On television, Beghe's has had recurring roles on "Chicago Fire" and "Californication." He has guest starred on countless series, including "Castle," "NCIS," "CSI: New York," "Criminal Minds," "The Finder," "Prime Suspect," "Law & Order: Los Angeles," "Picket Fences," "Chicago Hope," "American Dreams" and "Cane."

Beghe is married and lives in Los Angeles. 

Jesse Lee Soffer

Jesse Lee Soffer

as Detective Jay Halstead

Jesse Lee Soffer stars as Jay Halstead, a brash young detective.

Soffer's acting career began at age six when he landed a Kix cereal commercial. It was just weeks after the Ossining, NY native expressed interest in the craft. At age eight, Soffer made his feature film debut opposite John Goodman and Cathy Moriarty in "Matinee." Soon after, he was cast as Susan Sarandon and Sam Shepard's son in the family drama "Safe Passage" and as Bobby in both "The Brady Bunch Movie" and "A Very Brady Sequel."

Continuing the pattern of working with Oscar-caliber and other A-list talent, the young actor starred as a runaway-turned-sleuth in the TV movie "From the Mixed-Up Files of Basil E. Frankweiler" opposite the legendary Lauren Bacall. Additionally, Soffer worked with acclaimed director Richard Shepard in AMC's longform presentation, "The Royale." In 1998, Soffer was cast as a series regular on the Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen ABC sitcom, "Two of a Kind." When the series ended, Soffer returned to the East Coast and took a role on the CBS serial "Guiding Light."

After four months on the show, Soffer decided to focus on his studies and put himself through the Gunnery Boarding School in Connecticut. Upon graduation, Soffer realized that he still yearned to act and once again began to actively pursue a career in front of the camera.

Within months, Soffer landed a major contract role on the daytime drama "As the World Turns." His portrayal of troubled youth Will Munson earned him three consecutive Daytime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series in 2006, 2007 and 2008, as well as a Soap Opera Digest Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Lead Actor in 2005.

Soffer made his return to the big screen in Davis Guggenheim's independent feature film, "Gracie," playing the son of Elizabeth Shue and Dermot Mulroney. Soffer also appeared in the film "In Time" as well as in guest roles on the TV series "CSI: Miami," "The Mentalist" and "Rizzoli & Isles." He also had a co-starring role on the Fox series "The Mob Doctor." 

Jon Seda

Jon Seda

as Detective Antonio Dawson

Jon Seda stars as Antonio Dawson, an honest detective in the Chicago P.D. Intelligence Unit.

Seda, a New Jersey native and amateur boxer, hung up his gloves in 1992 when he made his screen debut as a fighter in "Gladiator." Throughout the '90s, Seda's star rose through the films "Carlito's Way" and "Twelve Monkeys," though it wasn't until he appeared in NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" that Hollywood took serious notice.

In 1996, Seda received critical acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival for his role in the film "The Sunchaser" opposite Woody Harrelson. Seda played the love interest of Jennifer Lopez in the film "Selena," based on the true story.

His television credits include series regular roles on "Kevin Hill" and "Close to Home" and recurring roles on "Ghost Whisperer" and "Oz." Seda has also guest-starred on "Hawaii Five-0," "The Closer," "Burn Notice," "House," "CSI: Miami," "NYPD Blue," "Las Vegas" and "Law & Order," among many others.

In 2010, Seda appeared in the Emmy Award-winning HBO World War II miniseries "The Pacific," starring as legendary U.S. Marine Jon Basilone. He later joined the cast of the acclaimed HBO series "Treme" as a series regular.  

LaRoyce Hawkins

LaRoyce Hawkins

as Officer Kevin Atwater

LaRoyce Hawkins stars as Officer Kevin Atwater.

Hawkins, who first originated the role in "Chicago Fire," is an accomplished standup comic, spoken-word artist and musician. He had a role in the feature film "The Express," which chronicled the life of Ernie Davis - the first African American to win college football's coveted Heisman Award.

On the television side, Hawkins has appeared on MTV's "Underemployed," ABC's drama, "Detroit 187," and the TBS comedy, "Tyler Perry's House of Payne."

He has appeared on stage in "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, "Hoodoo Love" at the Athenaeum Theatre in Chicago, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" and other legit productions.

Hawkins holds a BFA in acting from Illinois State University. 

Marina Squerciati

Marina Squerciati

as Officer Kim Burgess

Marina Squerciati stars as Kim Burgess, an ambitious uniformed patrol officer.

Squerciati, last seen on FX’s "The Americans" playing a Russian spy, gained attention in an eight-episode arc on "Gossip Girl." Other television credits include "The Good Wife," "Blue Bloods," "Damages" and "Law and Order: SVU."

For her off-Broadway performance as Judy Holliday in "Just in Time: The Judy Holliday Story" at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, Squerciati won the prestigious Agnes Moorehead Award.

Squerciati made her Broadway debut in an adaptation of Ernst Lubitsch’s "To Be or Not to Be," directed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw. Off-Broadway, she starred in "Manipulation, Beauty of the Father," directed by Tony Award nominee Michael Greif.

Her film credits include "It’s Complicated," directed by Nancy Meyers, and the 2012 feature, "Alter Egos," directed by Jordan Galland and based on the graphic comic.

Squerciati graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in theater. 

Patrick John Flueger

Patrick John Flueger

as Officer Kyle Ruzek

Patrick John Flueger stars as Adam Ruzek, a young undercover patrolman.

Flueger currently stars in "The Tell-Tale Heart," an adaptation of the classic Edgar Allen Poe story from director by John La Tier.

He has two independent films in post-production: "Loaded," directed by Chris Zonnas, and "San Patricios," which is set in South Texas and centers around the relationship between two brothers.

Flueger’s film resume includes "Mother’s Day," the "Footloose" remake, the Jim Sheridan-directed "Brothers" and the Anthony Hopkins-starrer "The World’s Fastest Indian." He made his motion picture debut in 2001 in Disney’s "The Princess Diaries."

Television credits include "Criminal Minds," "Warehouse 13," "The 4400," "Paradise," "Law & Order: SVU," "Grounded for Life," "Judging Amy," "CSI: Miami," "Boston Public" and "JAG."

Flueger is a native of Red Wing, Minnesota.

Elias Koteas

Elias Koteas

as Detective Alvin Olinsky

Elias Koteas stars as undercover detective Alvin Olinsky.

Early in his career, Koteas was cast by director Francis Ford Coppola in both "Gardens of Stone" and "Tucker." Koteas then landed a role in Peter Masterson's "Full Moon in Blue Water" and was later chosen for the lead role in Roger Cardinal's explosive "Malarek," playing true-life investigative journalist Victor Malarek. His haunting performance earned Koteas the first of two Genie nominations (Canada's Oscar) for best actor.

Koteas broke out as an international sensation after his starring role in "Crash," David Cronenberg's highly controversial exploration of sexual provocation and alienation, which was awarded a special prize at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival. Koteas has worked on several occasions with one of Canada's most accomplished directors, Atom Egoyan. He starred in Egoyan's "The Adjuster" and "Exotica," which garnered Koteas a Genie nomination for best supporting actor, as well as "Ararat," for which he won the Genie for best supporting actor.

Other films include Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island," Michael Winterbottom's "The Killer Inside Me," "Let Me In," Louis Leterrier's "Now You See Me" and "Last Days on Mars" with Liev Schreiber, which made its debut at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

On television, Koteas was recently seen playing the pivotal role of Lt. James Skinner on AMC's drama "The Killing." Prior to that he was a series regular on the series, "Combat Hospital," set in a medical compound in Afghanistan. Koteas played Col. Xavier Marks, a career military officer and commander of the multinational medical unit. Koteas has had several critically hailed performances on such programs as USA Network's Emmy-nominated miniseries "Traffic," the HBO original movie "Shot in the Heart," where he played serial killer Gary Gilmore, the HBO original movie "Sugartime," opposite John Turturro and Mary-Louise Parker and "House," where he played Hugh Laurie's nemesis.

Koteas has stared in numerous theater productions, including Paula Vogel's "Hot 'N' Throbbing" at the Signature Theatre, "Kiss of the Spider Woman" at the Yale Repertory Theatre and "True West" on Broadway, directed by Matthew Warchus.

Koteas is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and a member of the prestigious Actors Studio.

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