10 ‘Law & Order’ Stars Who Have Been on Other

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Law & Order is back on our screens (and now in its 22nd season!), and fortunately, we didn’t have to wait 12 years to see some of the cast. In fact, several have appeared on other Dick Wolf shows, in the Law & Order, One Chicago, and FBI worlds, which are all connected by way of crossovers over the years.

For example, S. Epatha Merkerson, Alana De La Garza, and Jeremy Sisto, who all were series regulars on Law & Order at some point are now full-time on Chicago Med and FBI, which could make for quite the fun crossover. (Sisto is hoping to appear on his former show, he shared with TV Insider. “I’m telling you, I’m trying to put it out in the universe.”)

Below, we’ve gathered 10 actors who appeared on Law & Order as either a series regular or in a recurring role with at least 10 episodes as the same character and have gone on to appear on other Wolf shows as different characters.

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