If you watch Chicago PD regularly, then you know Hank Voight is in some trouble. Will he ultimately face some consequences for his deed?
Outsiders, we will get to the bottom of that. We’ll have a little help in an article from Matt & Jess.
At the end of Season 8, Voight, played by Jason Beghe, and Upton, played by Tracy Spiridakos, gunned down Roy Walton. He was the man who shot Officer Kim Burgess, played by Marina Squerciati.
Actually, Voight took cover for Upton and said he shot Walton. In reality, though, it was Upton who did it. She’s been quiet while he’s taking the flack.
Will Hank really face consequences for his actions? Then, Upton has remained quiet. What about her?
‘Chicago PD’ Sees FBI Pick Up Investigation About Death of Roy Walton
A lot of gossip and strange things happened, along with FBI members asking questions.
Next Wednesday’s episode is titled “Fractures.”
Here’s some information about it.
“As the team investigates the stabbing of a father with two young daughters, they begin to suspect there is more to the story than meets the eye. The FBI investigation into Roy Walton’s death intensifies while Voight, Upton, and Halstead feel the heat.”
Halstead is Jay Halstead, played by Jesse Lee Soffer.
Voight has had some morality points come up during Chicago PD. He likes to get justice yet will kind of go over a line sometimes. get justice at all costs but sometimes, the lengths that he’s willing to go cross over into beyond-the-pale territory.
Chicago PD will air next Wednesday as part of the “One Chicago” franchise on NBC. It will be the last original episode for a bit. The show is going on a hiatus.
Jason Beghe Really Does Have Strong Ties To Chicago Area In Real Life
Voight actor Jason Beghe has quite the history with the Windy City, Chicago.
Beghe has been portraying Voight since 2014. He has appeared in Fire, Med, and even Chicago Justice.
What about his family lineage? Renato W. Beghe, Jason’s father, was born and raised in Chicago. The Washington Post said that he went on to become a tax court judge. Beghe’s mother attended the University of Chicago. Even his brother lived there as an adult.
Also, his grandfather was a musician with the Chicago Symphony.
Beghe told The Chicago Tribune that being on Chicago PD seemed to be destined.
“I don’t put a lot of significance on symbolism or anything like that, but it seems pretty damn coincidental,” he said. “And I know my parents would be very pleased and proud.”
While Voight is in some trouble, Outsiders, don’t look for Beghe to be bailing on the police show anytime soon.