Law & Order: Los Angeles Character Profiles

Well here it is, Michael Ausiello has posted the character profiles to NBC’s newest “Law & Order” drama, “Law & Order: Los Angeles“. They seem like good characters to me! It seems L&O: LA is going to take the casting style of the original series, I wish they had two more detectives though and have an ensemble cast like SVU, oh well. “Law & Order: Los Angeles“, on Wednesday this Fall, on NBC. 

  • Detective Rex Winters: A handsome, rugged ex-Marine in his early 40s, Winters has the intuition of a natural cop. His experience during the Rodney King Riots — which occurred during his second month on the job — shaped his philosophy on policing. Basically, the world is chaos and people are either good or bad. He’s currently married to his ex-partner. Seeking a Caucasian, African-American, or Hispanic actor. Armchair Casting Director’s suggestion: Terrence Howard.
  • Detective Tomas “TJ” Jaruszalski: A mid-30s Hollywood native, TJ possesses a cynical view of the entertainment industry. He’s affable, smart, and confident. In contrast to his partner’s black-and-white view of things, TJ sees all shades of gray. He’s also a health nut with an active social life — which is typically code for major hottie. Seeking a Caucasian actor. Armchair Casting Director’s Suggestion: Scott Foley.
  • LT. Park: Captain of the LAPD Robbery Homicide Division, the fortysomething Park is a cool professional who keeps his/her private life private. He’s also a passionate advocate for his/her detectives. Seeking an Asian actor or actress. Armchair Casting Director’s Suggestion: Ken Leung.
  • ADA Peter Morales: An offspring of a political family, Morales — who is also in his 40s — is a “battlefield general” in the courtroom yet “coarsely sardonic and self-deprecating” in real-life. Seeking a Hispanic actor. Amchair Casting Director’s Suggestion: Carlos Bernard.
  • DDA Eva Price: This brainy and drop dead gorgeous assistant prosecutor doesn’t take crap from anyone. Seeking a Caucasian or African-American actress in her 20s. Armchair Casting Director’s Suggestion: Kristin Kreuk.

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