With Chicago Fire’s holiday episode set to premiere sometime in the next couple of weeks, guest actor Andre Bellos opens up in his latest interview about the hit series’ upcoming holiday episode.
“I will be in the Chicago Fire holiday episode on NBC this season leading up to Christmas,” Bellos declared in his latest interview with Digital Journal. He also said he will be appearing on HBO Max’s South Side season two and the comedy movie Hot Mess Holiday, which will air on Comedy Central on December 22nd.
Bellos did not reveal any information about his involvement in the upcoming Chicago Fire episode. He previously appeared in Chicago P.D. as a security guard. He also was in Chicago Justice, The Mob Doctor, Boss, and Underemployed.
Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas revealed that season 10’s ninth episode will serve as the show’s holiday episode. It will be airing sometime in December. Haas also told TV Line, “Episode 9 is going to make the Hallmark Channel jealous of our holiday episode.”
Haas then admitted that this will be the first-holiday episode that Chicago Fire has had in a while. “So we thought, ‘Hmm, maybe we could do a holiday episode.’ So I wrote it.”
‘Chicago Fire’ Star Christian Stolte Opens Up About the Show’s Changes During Season 10
During a recent interview with NBC’s KGET, Christian Stolte, who has been on Chicago Fire from the star as Randall “Mouch” McHolland, spoke about the show’s recent changes, including Jesse Spencer’s departure.
“After 10 seasons, the level of comfort I have with the people I work with on our sets and on our locations, it will be hard for me to ever have that feeling again,” the Chicago Fire star explained. “The idea of consistent employment for an actor is insane.”
The Chicago Fire star then said he does get an impulse to go play a cowboy. “I want to play a member of a motorcycle gang. I just turned 59, so I am aging out of certain roles. By the time I wrap this show, it will strictly be grandpa roles for me.”
While also chatting about fellow Chicago Fire star, Kara Killmer, Stolte stated the storyline between his and her characters make him really happy. “I give full credit for that to Kara. She and I really enjoy working together. We had a storyline a few seasons back about a romance novel we co-wrote.”
He then stated that he and the Chicago Fire castmate wanted a storyline where they are able to work together again. “Kara would go to the writers and say she wanted another storyline with Mouch. She said it enough times where they finally listened.”