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Law & Order Season 22: From Sam Waterston to Mehcad Brooks, here’s the full cast of the NBC legal drama

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The original Law & Order series returns for another season, and here are the returning cast

The original Law & Order made a huge comeback last year, reuniting viewers with the team that gave them so many great memories. The series began in 1990 and ended after season 20 in May 2010. At the time, it was NBC’s longest-running crime drama and just one season away from becoming the longest-running primetime scripted drama. However, the show was abruptly canceled and we didn’t see the OG team on our screens for more than 11 years.

In 2021, it was announced that the NBC series would return to the network for the highly anticipated 21st season. It has also been announced that some of the original cast members will be returning to reprise their roles along with some new cast members. We saw Jeffrey Donovan cast as a series regular and Anthony Anderson reprising the role of Kevin Bernard.

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Sam Waterston as District Attorney Jack McKoy

With Law & Order season 22 already announced, there are some cast changes as Anderson will not be returning for the upcoming season. So who is taking over and who is returning for the latest seasons? Let’s take a look.

With his appearance in season 22, Sam Waterston has become the longest-running cast member on the show. He is one of the greatest actors of this generation and has given several award-winning performances. In terms of his films and TV credits, Waterston has appeared in projects such as “The Great Gatsby”, “Warning Sign”, “Mindwalk”, “Miss Sloane”, “Lincoln”, “Miracle at Midnight”, “Prohibition” and “The editorial office”.

Donovan started acting at a very young age and attended a summer program that helped launch his acting career. He made his acting debut in both television and films in 1995, and went on to guest star on shows such as CSI: Miami, Spin City, Monk, Millennium, Witchblade, The Pretender, and Burn Notice, for which he was nominated for a Teen Choice Award.

Over the years he has been involved in high-end projects such as “J. Edgar, Sicario, Extinction, Lucy in the Sky, Fargo and Crossing Jordan.

Hugh Dancy as ADA Nolan Price

The British actor is best known for his role as the title character in the television adaptation of David Copperfield, as well as roles in feature films such as Black Hawk Down and Ella Enchanted. In 2005 he played the lead role of the Earl of Essex in Elizabeth I. The actor received critical acclaim for his acting skills, earning his first-ever Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.

In 2013 he was cast as Will Graham in the hit series Hannibal and appeared in 39 episodes. The series took his popularity to a whole new level and helped him win Best Actor in a Drama Series at the Critics’ Choice TV Awards.

He recently starred as Jack Barber in Downtown Abbey: A New Era.

The Israeli-born actress has been part of the entertainment industry since 2008 and made her debut in 2014 with TV shows like ‘New Girl’ and ‘Starship Orion’. From 2015 to 2019, the actress had many cameo appearances in TV shows like Mike & Molly, The Bold and the Beautiful, Good Girls Revolt, NCIS, MacGyver and Why Women Kill.

In 2021, she played a supporting role in the series “Good Trouble” and received a lot of praise. But without a doubt, her role in Law & Order is undoubtedly the biggest of her career so far and she managed to grab all the attention with her acting skills.

Halevi will star as Shiruta in the upcoming DCEU film Black Adam, along with Dwayne Johnson and Pierce Brosnan.

The award-winning actress has been a force to be reckoned with since her debut in 1983. In 1997, she played the role of Ellenor Frutt in the blockbuster hit series The Practice and won the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1998. Meanwhile, in 1999, she received the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for the aforementioned TV series.

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