Nach zwölf Jahren als Detective Elliot Stabler wird Chris Meloni das NBC-Drama verlassen. Grund dafür sind gescheiterte. Im Mittelpunkt der VOX-Crimeserie "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" steht das Ermittlerduo Detective Olivia Benson und Elliot Stabler. Zwölf Staffeln lang verkörperte Christopher Meloni den amerikanischen Detective Elliot Stabler in der Crime-Serie “Law & Order: New York” (im.
Law & Order SVU: Christopher Meloni erklärt, warum er als Stabler zurückkommtBei "Law & Order Special Victims Unit" wird es in der Staffel eine gute Nachricht für alle Stabler-Fans geben. In der ersten Folge der neuen. Nach zwölf Jahren als Detective Elliot Stabler wird Chris Meloni das NBC-Drama verlassen. Grund dafür sind gescheiterte. Elliot Stabler wird nicht nur für einen kürzeren Auftritt zu "Law & Order" zurückkommen. Er bekommt eine ganz eigene Serie in dem Universum.
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Huang flagged Stabler for being at risk for "excessive emotional investment" after he noticed that one of the murdered children he found at Church of Wisdom and Sight was wearing similar pajamas to his kids.
Captain Cragen also called him out on crossing the line of professionalism several times over the course of his career. Back to that traumatic discovery of dead children at the Church of Wisdom and Sight in Season 6, just to name one example, the Captain forced him to take sick leave to avoid suspension after he refused to get any counseling.
Stabler also made a number of terrible decisions, including directly disobeying his captain's orders, but the last straw came in Season 12's finale during the emotional case of one Jenna Fox, who watched her mom get gunned down in the street.
When Jenna comes down to the station to confirm that the people responsible for her mother's murder had been arrested, she's about to leave, but instead starts shooting blindly at the precinct, killing two of the three suspects in her mother's case and injuring the third.
She also kills the recurring Sister Peg over the course of her spree. At one point, Stabler almost gets her to drop the gun and end her impulsive shooting, but the injured suspect she initially shot begins to taunt her.
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Cragen departed at the end of "Amaro's One-Eighty" after his girlfriend Eileen got two tickets for a six-month cruise around the world and he decided to use his unused leave time to carry him through until June, when he was set to hit the mandatory retirement age.
Brian Cassidy was a detective in the SVU during the series' first season. The youngest and least experienced member of the precinct, he has a genuine desire to put rapists and child molesters in prison , but lacked the professional detachment necessary to deal with the often grisly sex crimes.
He often has trouble concealing his anger and revulsion toward the cases he investigates and this created friction between him and his colleagues, made worse when they poke fun at his relative lack of sophistication.
He has a brief affair with Olivia Benson , and has trouble dealing with her after the relationship ends. Cassidy was written out of the show midway through the first season.
Cragen sends him to interview a young girl who was repeatedly raped and brutalized, causing Cassidy to realize that he cannot emotionally handle the types of crimes that a SVU detective must deal with on a daily basis.
Cragen then offers to assist Cassidy with a transfer to another department, narcotics. After a twelve-year absence from the show, Cassidy returned in the season 13 finale, "Rhodium Nights".
He is working undercover as security personnel for Bart Ganzel, the owner of an escort service. When Amaro and Rollins go to speak to Ganzel, Cassidy confronts Amaro and punches him in the face.
After Cassidy is arrested, he is in the interrogation room with Amaro when Benson walks in and sarcastically greets her old colleague, explaining to Amaro how Cassidy worked SVU in another "century.
After Cassidy helps SVU get insight on the war between Ganzel and an opposing escort service, he has to play both sides of the law as he refuses to sacrifice his three years of undercover work.
In the season 14 premiere, Bureau Chief ADA Paula Foster reveals to Detective Benson that Cassidy is working undercover for her.
Benson, along with Cassidy's former SVU partner Sergeant Munch, meets with him on two different occasions to get information on the escort war.
When Benson goes to Ganzel's loft to speak with Cassidy again, they walk outside to what appears to be an attempted theft of Ganzel's car.
Benson gives chase to one person, while Cassidy and the car thief pull guns on each other. A patrol car pulls up, and two officers draw their weapons, as Cassidy identifies himself as police.
As Benson returns to identify herself as police, the patrol officer shoots Cassidy twice. Benson calls for a bus and rides with him to the hospital, where he survives, as the bullets missed his main arteries.
It is discovered that the officer who shot him was contracted by Ganzel to shoot Cassidy after Ganzel finds the bugs that the DA's office had installed in his loft.
Later, Cassidy and Benson share a kiss in his hospital room after Benson tells him she isn't the same person he knew years ago.
In the episode, " Undercover Blue ", Cassidy is accused of rape by a prostitute while he was undercover almost four years prior.
It is revealed that Cassidy was being set up by the woman and her boss to make money off a lawsuit against the NYPD and the charges are dropped. Also in this episode, Munch says that Cassidy paid the price for having a relationship with a prostitute while undercover with Ganzel, as he was demoted from detective to an officer who works nights at a Bronx courthouse.
Benson and Cassidy also are forced to reveal their romantic relationship in this episode when Amaro and Munch go to Cassidy's apartment and find Benson there.
Monique Jeffries was a police detective with Manhattan 's Special Victims Unit and was one of the initial detectives in the SVU squad. Earlier in the series, she is partnered with various detectives, including Brian Cassidy.
Initially, she is only seen at headquarters, doing research and showing up in court for various cases to represent the department.
After Cassidy's departure in the middle of the first season, she partners with Detective Munch and begins going out on investigations.
Shortly after this, she is physically and emotionally shaken when a car explodes while she is pursuing a fleeing suspect. Survival of the incident leaves her feeling "restless", and she has a one night stand with a man she recognized as a suspect in a previous sexual assault case the unit had investigated.
After she confesses this to a department psychiatrist, who is working for a commission investigating problems in various police units, she is taken off active duty and ordered to receive treatment.
Captain Don Cragen , feeling she has become "reckless" and "a danger" to herself supports the decision. At the end of the season 2 premiere episode, Detective Fin Tutuola shows up at the SVU precinct, and Jeffries asks if she can help him.
Upon reading the folder Tutuola gives her, she realizes he is there to take her job. Finding desk duty intolerable, she cleans out her desk and leaves her gun and badge on the desk of Captain Cragen.
In the second season, although she is shown in three episodes, it is revealed that she was reinstated and transferred to the Vice Unit.
Detective Danielle "Dani" Beck is Detective Olivia Benson's temporary replacement in season 8, while Benson is on an undercover assignment Mariska Hargitay was on maternity leave.
Dani had a husband, a cop named Mike Dooley, who was shot and killed in the line of duty. She and Stabler get off to a rocky start, but they eventually form a solid partnership.
A turning point in their relationship occurs when they share a passionate kiss after celebrating a case at a bar, although post-kiss nothing more than increased sexual chemistry is ever implied.
During a case involving child abuse , Beck tries to foster a traumatized adopted girl, who attempts to burn down her apartment and kill them both.
Shaken, Beck tells Stabler she could not stand working in the Special Victims Unit anymore unless he asked her to stay.
Stabler reluctantly says he cannot make that decision for her, so she decides it would be best to return to her old post at the Warrants squad.
Hargitay returned to her role as Benson in the following episode. Detective Chester Lake transferred to the Manhattan SVU from the Brooklyn Special Victims Unit at the end of the eighth season and was partnered with Detective Fin Tutuola.
He is of Native American ancestry, specifically Mohawk , and speaks proudly of his ancestors, noting that many of them helped to build the city's skyscrapers and subway tunnels.
He also used to compete as an amateur mixed martial artist under the name "Naptime", but had to quit after tearing his ACL.
Lake suffers from insomnia and often takes walks at night when he cannot sleep. In the final episode of the ninth season, Lake begins attending meetings of individuals in Philadelphia who share information on "cold" murder cases.
He later shoots and kills a fellow police officer, who was suspected of raping two illegal immigrant girls ten years ago, killing one.
Lake disappears while his fellow detectives investigate. They are able to prove Lake killed the other cop in self defense after he was shot at himself by a second NYPD officer with a history of brutality.
Lake is found, wounded, and taken to the hospital. The second officer, however, is released after the jury deadlocks.
The officer is killed the same night and Lake is found standing over the body and makes no denial to his fellow SVU detectives. He is arrested and last seen in the series sitting handcuffed in a police car.
It was confirmed on April 18, that Beach would not be returning to the series to reprise the role in the subsequent season. Nicholas "Nick" Amaro is a NYPD detective who has transferred to the Special Victims Unit from Warrants and Narcotics.
Nick's father later fled to Miami, Florida; he attributes his firm belief in divorce to this. He is fluent in Spanish ,  is married, with a young daughter named Zara, and has a living mother, Cesaria Nancy Ticotin .
Since Maria has been deployed in Iraq, their relationship has been somewhat tense, although they always seem to work through their differences.
Initially, Amaro did not see eye to eye with his new partner, Detective Benson , mainly because she was adjusting to having him as a partner instead of Elliot Stabler.
After their rocky start, Amaro and Benson begin to have a mutual respect for each other and work well together. He is seen visibly shaken as it happened to be his first kill shot.
In the season 14 premiere, Amaro's wife decides to take a job in Washington, D. Amaro is clearly rattled by this and goes as far as to threaten to shoot Detective Brian Cassidy if Cassidy did not tell him for whom he was working undercover.
This, along with his erratic behavior, causes the SVU detectives to be very cautious around him with sensitive information regarding Captain Cragen's case.
In the episode "Undercover Blue", Detective Cassidy is put on trial for rape while he was undercover. Amaro is called to the stand by ADA Derek Strauss and he is asked questions about his undercover work.
When Cassidy's lawyer questions him, he is forced to reveal that he had a romantic relationship with the sister of a drug lord he was investigating undercover.
Munch then informs him that the NYPD brass is requesting he take a paternity test because the woman is claiming he has a son from the relationship.
He goes to the woman's house to confront her, but is denied by her boyfriend. Later, while watching the boyfriend pick his alleged son up from school, he witnesses the man complete a drug deal using the boy.
Amaro then meets the boy and tells the woman that her boyfriend is using their son to deal drugs. After Cassidy apologizes to Amaro for what his lawyer did, Cassidy helps Amaro bust the boyfriend for drug dealing.
The episode concludes with Amaro knocking on the woman's door and her reluctantly letting him in. Amaro begins to show great concern when Rollins begins gambling again, and they begin to get close.
In the episode "Reasonable Doubt", he comes out of a shower in Rollins' apartment. Lieutenant Declan G.
Murphy is first introduced working as an undercover cop who meets Rollins when she's on a gambling binge. Shortly after William Lewis escapes from prison, One Police Plaza appoints Murphy commanding officer of Manhattan SVU, deeming it inappropriate for Benson to lead the manhunt to recapture Lewis.
Murphy's reign as commanding officer continues after Lewis's suicide at the request of One Police Plaza. Murphy is a by-the-book CO, often checking behind the detectives' backs that they are apprehending suspects correctly, and he often uses his undercover expertise to lead the direction of investigations.
Murphy's strictness often causes him to butt heads with the detectives, mainly Amaro, who does not trust him. Morally, Murphy has shown himself to be flexible.
When Benson faces perjury charges after Lewis's suicide, Murphy lies under oath to persuade the grand jury to dismiss, saying that Benson did what she had to do to save the girl Lewis had kidnapped.
However, when Amaro is arrested for his assault on a photographer investigated for child pornography and building a torture chamber, Murphy tells Amaro that he knows Amaro doesn't value his advice, but to stand down and keep quiet, regardless of the circumstances.
After the charges are dismissed, Murphy tells Benson he will do what he can, but that he would not pull strings for Amaro, as he is unconvinced that Amaro's career is worth saving.
At the end of "Spring Awakening", Murphy tells Benson that he has been chosen for an undercover assignment and recommended to One Police Plaza that command of the SVU be returned to her.
Subsequently, in the episode "Undercover Mother", Murphy's undercover assignment is revealed after SVU takes down a sex trafficking ring.
In the seventeenth-season episode "Community Policing", Murphy returns after finding out about Rollins' pregnancy while he was "4, miles away in Serbia trying to take down a sex trafficking ring.
Upon hearing this, Murphy lets her know that he is now here to stay, albeit temporarily; however, he gives Rollins a secret cell number, and tells her that should she need him, he would be on a plane within an hour.
Sergeant Mike Dodds is introduced in the season 17 episode, "Maternal Instincts", as the son of Deputy Chief William Dodds Peter Gallagher , who transfers to the 16th Precinct to serve as Lieutenant Benson's second-in-command.
Immediately prior to his transfer, Dodds worked Anti-Crime, and before that, he worked out of the 71st Precinct. Dodds is a consummate professional and devoted to his work; as a result, he takes some time to warm up to his new colleagues but he gradually comes to respect and like them.
He is shot in the line of duty while pursuing serial killer Dr. Gregory Yates in upstate New York but eventually recovers. Only a few months into his tenure, he is offered a position with the joint terrorism task force by his father but decides to stay with SVU, boldly going against the Deputy Chief's wishes the elder Dodds had meant for his son's time at SVU to be nothing more than a career step.
In "Manhattan Transfer", Dodds is made Acting Commander of SVU after Lt. Olivia Benson is relieved of her duties.
In the subsequent episode, Dodds leads SVU's continued investigation into a sex trafficking ring while continuing to consult Benson. He happily returns command of SVU back over to Benson after the case is closed.
In "Heartfelt Passages", Dodds is shot in the stomach during a hostage situation. He makes it through surgery, but he later suffers a stroke in the ICU and is put on life support.
After its determined that Dodds is brain dead, he is taken off life support and dies. Both Chief Dodds and the entire SVU Squad were devastated by his death and Olivia Benson suffers from survivor's guilt.
It is shown a few months after the tragic event that the Deputy Chief still holds Olivia responsible for what happened to his son.
As Olivia herself admits, "he's not wrong". As seen in "Heartfelt Passages", Sgt. Dodds is a recipient of the US Flag Bar, World Trade Center Breast Bar, NYPD Meritorious Police Duty, NYPD Excellent Police Duty, and NYPD th Commemorative Breast Bar.
Officer Katriona "Kat" Tamin is introduced in the Season 21 premiere "I'm Going to Make You a Star". Having worked undercover with the NYPD Vice Unit, she is called on by Benson to assist SVU in building a case against an influential media mogul.
In the later episode "The Burden of Our Choices", she transfers to Benson's squad as a detective-in-training and is placed under the supervision of Fin and Rollins.
She sometimes acts recklessly and against orders, a pattern of behavior that concerns Benson. ADA Alexandra Cabot first appears in the season 2 premiere episode "Wrong Is Right", when she is assigned by the DA and Police Commissioner to work with SVU as their permanent ADA.
She serves as SVU's ADA until the fourth episode of season 5, in which she survives an assassination attempt by a drug cartel's hitman and subsequently enters the Witness Protection Program.
In the season 6 episode "Ghost", she returned to testify against her assassin, but quickly disappears back into Witness Protection after the trial.
In season 10, she makes a surprise return to SVU as the temporary ADA, replacing ADA Greylek, for six episodes, starting with the episode "Lead".
Although Cabot was absent for the first four episodes of season 11, she becomes their permanent ADA in the fifth episode "Hardwired" after EADA Sonya Paxton entered court-ordered alcohol rehab.
She left SVU in the season 11 episode "Witness" to work for the International Criminal Court to seek justice for rape victims in the Congo.
She later returned in the season 13 premiere "Scorched Earth", in which Cabot is the lead prosecutor in a rape case against a man who is the favorite to become Italy's next prime minister.
She is the prosecutor in seven episodes, sharing the ADA duties with Casey Novak and Bureau Chief Mike Cutter. Cabot's last episode of season 13 was "Learning Curve" in which she is aiding in the investigation of a school molestation scandal.
Elizabeth Donnelly was SVU's Bureau Chief Assistant District Attorney from seasons 3 to 6. In the District Attorney's office, she serves as the supervisor for ADA Cabot and her successor Casey Novak.
Donnelly is elevated to judge in season 7. In the season 10 episode " Persona ", Donnelly takes a leave of absence from her role as a judge and resumes her previous role as an Executive ADA to prosecute a cold case she was involved with in , when a battered woman Brenda Blethyn murdered her husband.
She admits to Benson that she was somewhat responsible for the woman absconding from custody and therefore took on the case due to "unfinished business.
This episode calls attention to the difficulty Donnelly experiences as a woman working in the justice system.
But the revelation that the fugitive had been pregnant at the time of her crime leads Donnelly to what, for her, is an act of leniency.
She leaves the office, yet again, and returns to the role of a judge. From season 7 through 12, the SVU ADAs work without a Bureau Chief supervising their work, and are watched more closely by the District Attorney.
In season 13, Executive ADA Michael Cutter Linus Roache is transferred from homicide to take over Donnelly's former role as supervisor.
Casey Novak was SVU's Assistant District Attorney from seasons 5 to 9, replacing ADA Alexandra Cabot. Although she quickly loses her innocence when dealing with sex crimes , she still shows uneasiness when dealing with the gray areas of human involvement, preferring the letter of the law to the messiness of each individual reality.
Nonetheless, Novak has a 71 percent success rate in the cases she prosecutes, whereas the average for prosecutors is 44 percent. After initial hesitation, she becomes particularly close to Stabler as they bond over being Catholic and a love of sports.
It is revealed that in her final year of law school, Novak was engaged to a man, Charlie, who suffered from schizophrenia.
She ended the relationship when his symptoms became so severe she felt she could no longer be intimate with him. In , Charlie attacked her in her home during a psychotic episode.
She convinced the police not to press charges, but ended the relationship. He eventually became homeless , and was found dead as a " John Doe " in the spring of She developed a deep compassion for the mentally ill afterward, but still feels guilty for not being able to help him, as shown in season 9's "Blinded.
S military. She says that her father was an M Door Gunner on a Huey during the Vietnam War. His helicopter crashed three times and he received a Purple Heart.
In season 9, her final year as the SVU ADA, she grew increasingly more reckless and unsure in her prosecution. It is implied that friend and former boss Liz Donnelly Judith Light aided in her censure, leading to her replacement by ADA Kim Greylek in season It is revealed that Novak was censured for three years and subsequently re-hired by the DA's office.
This is explained in the season 12 episode "Reparations", where she returns to SVU as their temporary ADA to prosecute a rape case. Casey not only finds herself at odds with Dekker, but also Judge Lena Petrovsky Joanna Merlin , to whom she had previously lied in the season 9 finale " Cold " , which ultimately led to her censure.
ADA Novak returned as a recurring character, along with ADA Cabot, in season She was last seen as the lead prosecutor in "Valentine's Day", in which she goes up against Defense Attorney Marvin Exley Ron Rifkin , who is defending a woman who seems to have fabricated her own abduction.
Kim Greylek was the SVU's Assistant District Attorney who replaced Casey Novak at the beginning of season Greylek previously worked in the U.
Department of Justice 's Office on Violence Against Women in Washington, D. She can be unrelenting, threatening to charge a defendant with a hate crime for raping two women in the season 10 premiere, and having a teenage boy charged with assaulting a police officer so he can be tested for HIV.
In the episode "Babes", Greylek also angers a woman believed to be involved with a young girl's suicide, but she was found not guilty. After gloating about her innocence, the woman attacks Greylek for correcting her about being "innocent" and to wash the blood off her hands before holding her daughter's baby.
When the officers pull the woman off her, Greylek tells Stabler to charge her with assault. But Greylek also has a softer side, as she warns Stabler to get a good defense attorney after his daughter Kathleen Allison Siko , who has bipolar disorder , is charged with breaking and entering and theft, because the DA's office will prosecute her.
Greylek also rushes to get justice for three women who were drugged and raped by a man obsessed with pornography in the episode "Smut".
Greylek also seeks justice when a man is brutally beaten outside a strip club with the man's ex-wife and year-old transgender daughter as the prime suspect.
After appearing in only 14 episodes, Greylek was written out of the series in the episode "Lead"; in the middle of a trial where pediatrician Gilbert Keppler Lawrence Arancio is found guilty of molesting four of his male patients.
She is last seen doing a press conference with Cragen, Benson, and Stabler on the steps of the courthouse while the doctor's attorney hands the SVU squad a lawsuit for failure to take action against Keppler immediately.
Later in the episode, Benson and Stabler discover the doctor murdered in his home. The detectives hold CSU out of the house until Cragen and Greylek arrive.
Suddenly, they see ADA Cabot walk up to the scene with Cragen. Cabot tells the detectives that the Justice Department called Greylek back to Washington and DA Jack McCoy Sam Waterston let her leave immediately.
Sonya Paxton was SVU s Executive ADA who temporarily replaced Alexandra Cabot for four episodes in season 11, starting with the season premiere, "Unstable".
A member of the DA's office for over 25 years, she has a black-and-white view of the law, and makes sure all procedures are handled " by the book.
McCoy sends Paxton to SVU to "clean house" in the "he-said, she-said unit" due to too many convictions being overturned.
However, things start out rocky as she butts heads with the SVU team, particularly Detective Stabler. In the second episode "Sugar" , she and Stabler get into a heated argument after Paxton calls the suspect's lawyer after he declines his right to counsel twice.
In the fourth episode "Hammered" , Paxton is prosecuting a case where a man drank heavily and murders the woman he met at the bar. The defense blames alcoholism for the murder during the trial.
Intending to use a computer-generated video mockup of the crime, Paxton accidentally plays a version in which the defendant's face is superimposed onto the attacker.
Paxton is embarrassed and meets Benson and Stabler at a bar where she is seen drinking. The following morning, she arrives 45 minutes late to the mistrial hearing, appearing distraught and blaming a " fender bender ".
Judge Barry Moredock John Cullum asks if she needed medical help, but the defendant points out that she is drunk. Moredock orders Benson to come with a breathalyzer , which reveals her blood alcohol level is.
Moredock orders Paxton to seek treatment. At the end of the episode, she returns to the SVU precinct and apologizes to the team, stating that she intends on making amends to each and every one of them.
She later appears in the season 11 episode "Turmoil" , meeting ADA Cabot outside the courtroom after Cabot discovers she is being investigated by the state bar.
Paxton tells her to watch out for Benson and Stabler, because they are only loyal to each other. In season 12, Paxton makes a surprise return to SVU and served as the Executive ADA in the ninth episode "Gray" to prove to the DA that she hadn't lost her 'winning ways'.
Paxton and Stabler go at it again, with Stabler telling her to "go have a drink. Paxton tells the SVU squad that she has been working to find Harding's missing sister for decades, as it was her case.
She also tells them that she started drinking in part because she felt responsible for the killer having never been caught.
She releases confidential case information to Harding, which puts Harding in danger. Benson and Tutuola go looking for Paxton at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting to reprimand her for giving out the information.
Benson makes a shocking discovery when entering the women's restroom — Paxton is bleeding to death on the floor. As Benson tries to help her, Paxton says "It's okay, I got him," and she dies in Benson's arms.
Melinda Warner Tamara Tunie discovers a hair in Paxton's throat, which she got by biting her attacker—which ultimately helps solve the case.
SVU executive producer Neal Baer revealed that, "She's [Paxton] from Appeals and she's tired of having rape cases overturned because of misidentifications.
She's coming to clean things up. According to Lahti, Paxton was originally written as a control freak , "needing to always be right and prove others wrong" — but behind this, were Paxton's fears, insecurities, low self-esteem and an alcohol problem.
Lahti again returned to SVU for two episodes, in the series' twelfth season. In response to Lahti's return, Baer stated, "We're bringing back characters we love this season.
TV Guide described the character as an "overbearing", "nasty" alcoholic. WPIX described Paxton as an "ADA with a dark side" who has "serious control issues and several skeletons in her closet".
On the day of the airing of the episode "Hammered", Lahti stated that Paxton is the person that "everyone's loving to hate", and that hopefully the viewer's perception of her would change after the episode, sympathizing with the character's drinking problem.
TV , while noting the misleading representations of lawyers on television, commented on the realism of Paxton's alcoholism storyline, contending that it "could happen, as alcoholism among lawyers is an issue.
In an interview with HollywoodOutbreak. Lahti appeared in 7 episodes of SVU as Paxton, more than any other character in the Executive ADA capacity.
ADA Jo Marlowe is drafted by DA Jack McCoy in season 11 after ADA Alexandra Cabot takes a leave of absence to help rape victims in the Congo.
She is a former police lieutenant and Detective Stabler's partner approximately four years before he paired with Detective Benson.
Stabler and Benson show up at the crime scene and Stabler is shocked to see his old partner and more surprised to know she now works for the DA's office.
Meloni was nominated for an Emmy Award in , in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, for his role as Elliot Stabler. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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