Throughout the seasons of Chicago PD, Jay Halstead's character has been one of the most beloved yet.
Without a doubt, Chicago PD has become one of the most acclaimed criminal investigation dramas of the NBC audience, and since its premiere in 2014, it has kept its audience eager to continue watching more than closer to this story full of plots and unexpected twists.
Unlike the different police series, Chicago PD benefits from the One Chicago universe, that is why we constantly see cameos between the other programs, Chicago Fire and Chicago Med , of course, this gives an extra desire to its immense fanatic, since it has a great cast of actors.
Since the beginning of the season, Jay Halstead ( Jesse Lee Soffer ), has become one of the most important characters in the drama. Although rumors of his departure have occasionally spread, the Chicago PD actor has stuck to his job, and thanks to his impeccable performance, fans have been impressed with his incredible transformation.
For many it is quite difficult to imagine detective Jay Halstead as a tender child, however, it is not an impression to see a child named Jesse Lee Soffer in the credits, since from an early age, he has been passionate about acting, and as a child he became a child star.
His first major film role was in director Joe Dante 's 1993 comedy Matinee from Gremlins, in which he played military brat Dennis Loomis who, along with his brother Gene ( Simon Fenton ), takes an interest in the work of a producer. dark horror movie
When his childhood image disappeared, the actor Jesse Lee Soffer disappeared for a while from television. However, in his school he stood out thanks to his talent as an athlete, since his passion for basketball and football propelled him to become one of the fastest boys in the class.
Later, from 2004 to 2010, he was part of the cast of the long-running CBS soap opera As the World Turns . Soffer's performance was nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series. As well as a Soap Opera Digest Award and a Gold Derby Award. In 2012, Jesse Lee Soffer joined the cast of The Mob Doctor , and although this drama only lasted one season, Jesse joined the cast of One Chicago shortly after.