Octavio Pisano’s detective Joe Velasco has been promoted Pisano, who joined the long-running NBC series Season 23, has been promoted to a series series regular. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. TVLinePisano was the first to confirm the news. He was promoted following the departures of Jamie Gray Hyder (who portrayed Officer Kat Tamin) and Demore Barnes (who portrayed Deputy Chief Christian Garland).
Joe Velasco, a former detective and undercover officer under Chief McGrath of Pisano, was involved in the SVU bust on Congressman Howard. The actor was born in Law & Order: SVU Season 23’s premiere: “And the Empire Strikes Back,”September 23, 2009, and has appeared in two episodes of Season 2 this season. “Never Turn Your Back On Them”And “One More Tale of Two Victims.”Fans have already discovered a lot about Velasco’s traumatic past and his childhood with an abusive father, even though he is a new character. Velsaco used his traumatizing past to convince Howard’s victim to help the police. His character was given a permanent role at SVU during Pisano’s last SVU appearance.
Pisano played the role of Sultan in CBS All Access Limited Series before he was cast on the beloved police procedural. CoyoteHe is. He was also a part of the Tyler Perry soap opera as Julius Escada Jr. The Truth About Loving You On the Oprah Winfrey Network. Other credits include being the pilot for Dick Wolf’s revival. New York UndercoverAndiLoveAmongst many others.
Pisano receives promotion Law & Order: SVUThe milestone episode 500 will be aired. The episode, scheduled to air Oct. 21, will feature the return of two stars who have passed away. Danny Pino (left) and Dann Florek (right) will reprise their roles as Det. Nick Amaro (Capt. Donald Cragen. The official synopsis for the episode is: “Amaro asks the SVU for help in clearing a convicted man’s name and brings a figure from Benson’s past back into her life.”
It was first launched in 1999. Law & Order: SVUIt is TV’s longest-running primetime live action series. It follows the lives and adventures of the Special Victims Unit at the New York City Police Department. Stars Mariska Hargita, Kelli Giddish, Detective 2nd Grade Amanda Rollins, Ice T as Sergeant Odafin. “Fin”Tutuola and Peter Scanavino, ADA Dominick “Sonny”Carisi, Jr. In 2020, the series was renewed for three years. It will continue through Season 24.