“Law & Order: Organized Crime” star Ainsley Seiger’s latest “dirty mirror” selfie has her showing off an all-black dress.
She captioned it, “happy monday have a dirty mirror pic.”
One fan joked, “That’s right. Don’t waste that queen of the small screen money on Windex.”
It was her second selfie with a black outfit this month. On Aug. 2, the star posted a previous photo, this time with a leather jacket and glasses.
In a June Carolina Coast Online article, she said while easy to be mean on the internet, she thought it was “astounding” that people were friendly to her as a “Law & Order: Organized Crime” newcomer.
‘Law & Order’ Star Is A NC Native
She has a primary role in supporting Christopher Meloni’s Detective Elliot Stabler role as he goes after villain Dylan McDermott’s Richard Wheatley character.
Seiger plays Jet Slootmaekers, a computer technology expert with a particular New York Police Department unit investigating organized crime.
Seiger grew up in a Raleigh suburb and started acting in summer theater. Her mother is an opera singer and private voice teacher.
“I thought Broadway and off-Broadway would be where I would find my place,” Seiger told The (Raleigh) News & Observer.
She told the newspaper that though she loved singing, her career went down a similar path. She also told OneChicagoCenter that she started theater at a very early age and her first musical was in the sixth grade.
Since then, she said she knew she wanted to be an actor.
With production on “Law & Order: Organized Crime” wrapping up months ago, she related a desire to go back to North Carolina for “a little bit of spring” and “to see my family for a little bit. But for right now I’m just happy to take things as they come my way.”
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Seiger submitted an audition tape for the Dick Wolf series, and she said things took off from there.
“I did two scenes from the show, and I sent it in, and then the carpet just kind of unrolled before me, and I was in New York,” she told Carolina Coast Online.
Grateful for the TV franchise opportunity, Seiger said, “the gratitude that I feel and the thankfulness that I feel for having what I have right now” is tough to put into words.
Seiger said she’s taking the character’s role seriously while figuring out how to weave Slootmaekers into a team player with the rest of the cast. All the while, she’s hoping to make the character relatable to “Law & Order: Organized Crime” fans.
“Law & Order: Organized Crime” Season 2 premiere is Sept. 23.