Anthony Ferraris is part of the cast on Chicago Fire. His character’s name is Tony Ferraris. How many episodes has he been in?
We’ll get that number with a bit of a nudge from Looper.
The for-real Chicago-based firefighter has been in 190 Chicago Fire episodes. Ferraris also has appeared on two other series, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D.
Talk about making your presence felt, Outsiders. Sheesh!
Yet there he is with a chance to show off his talents in front of the camera.
Ferraris guest-starred on Profiteer in 2006 as Kenny Ellis. Ferraris played a man who killed an upper-class body armor executive. It was when the man was at his daughter’s $2 million sweet sixteen birthday party.
Chicago Fire is one of those Dick Wolf shows fit into a franchise night on NBC.
‘Chicago Fire’ Actor Taylor Kinney Talks About Character’s Future On The Show
Another Chicago Fire actor has been watching a number of things connected to acting.
Taylor Kinney has been on the show since its first day. Don’t expect him to be bolting for the doors anytime soon.
Earlier in 2021, there were some rumors flying about that Kinney might leave the show without a renewed contract. Hello! Magazine reported that Kinney has renewed it through the end of Season 10. After that, it depends on what the network and showrunners decide.
For Kinney, his choice is to remain Kelly Severide on Chicago Fire.
“He doesn’t spend a lot of time in the rearview, there’s always something exciting going on,” Kinney told Hollywood Outbreak in an interview. “There’s always something he’s working on and he loves his trade. He loves what he does for a living, that’s kind of been ingrained in him by his father, Benny, when he passed.”
NBC Show Is Planning To Have Holiday-Themed One When It Returns in December
If you have been having withdrawal symptoms or headaches, then maybe it’s from not having Chicago Fire on TV.
There is good news for you! The show will return on Dec. 8 in an episode titled Winterfest.
Chicago Fire showrunner Derek Haas apparently decided on a whim to do one.
“For the first time in years, as long as I can remember, we’re doing a holiday episode,” he told TV Line. “So we thought, ‘Hmm, maybe we could do a holiday episode’ — and I wrote it.”
Also on tap for the returning episode is looking out for Gallo, Violet, and Ritter.
These cats have been hard at work on a microbrewery project. In episode 3, all three were making beer out of Ritter’s kitchen. Hermann gave them an eccentric brewer’s name. He gave them the space needed for their brewery.
They will be revealing their work to squad members.