When it comes to “Chicago P.D.,” and the entire “One Chicago” universe, there are more familiar faces than we know what to do with.
Actors had appeared in a variety of different projects before landing their role in the popular procedural universe. This includes stars like Taylor Kinney, Sophia Bush, and Monica Raymund. The same goes for Haley Webb, who played Michelle Sullivan, in “Chicago P.D.”
Sullivan does not have a series regular role in “Chicago P.D.” Instead, she appeared in an episode of the series on March 4, 2020, called “Intimate Violence.” Her character is at the center of the investigation. She goes back and forth from suspect to culprit to victim throughout the entire episode.
By the end of the episode, the team is dramatically trying to keep Michelle safe in a high-stake situation. If you recognized this Michelle Sullivan character during this “Chicago P.D.” episode, that’s a very real possibility.
Other Roles for ‘Chicago P.D.’ Actor
Haley Webb has had several roles over the years. She plays one of the cast members in “The Final Destination.” She is Janet Cunningham and gets dragged along with her friend to the race track. This is where some very “Final Destination” deaths occur.
In 2013, she played a lead role in a crime thriller called “Rushlights” directed by Antoni Stutz. A young couple that just met has the opportunity to get a massive amount of cash. The woman has a friend that looks just like her that passes away. That’s before she can inherit her uncle’s huge inheritance. The two set out on a mission to get that cash. It stars Josh Henderson, Aidan Quinn, and Beau Bridges.
While we know “Chicago Fire” star Taylor Kinney played a werewolf in “The Vampire Diaries,” Webb also had a role in the popular werewolf-centric show on MTV called “Teen Wolf.” She played the recurring character, Jennifer Blake, during season three of the show. Her character is one of the most notorious villains to appear on the teen show.
Some of her other roles include guest-starring in shows like “Hawaii Five-O,” “Shark,” “Major Crimes,” and “The Librarians.” She also has a couple of writing, directing, and editing credits from her work on short films.
Cookbooks from ‘One Chicago’ Universe
If you want to get to know members of the “One Chicago” universe, even more, get ready to spend time in the kitchen.
According to the Chicago Suntimes, Universal Television, and NBC are giving fans a free download of the “One Chicago Holiday Cookbook.” It features an expansive collection of different recipes that come from the cast of all three of the “One Chicago” shows.
“For ten years, you’ve invited us into your living rooms … it’s our turn to invite you into our kitchens to share some tasty treats and family secrets,” writes Dick Wolf, regarding the release of the book. Recipes come from people like David Eigenberg, Marina Squerciati, Dominic Rains, and Brian Tee.