|Christopher Evan Welch|
|Date of birth|
September 28, 1965
|Place of birth|
Fort Belvoir, Virginia, U.S.
|Date of death|
December 2, 2013
Christopher Evan Welch was an actor who played four different characters in all three primary shows of the Law & Order franchise.
He died of cancer on December 2, 2013. Welch was survived by his wife Emma Roberts (m. 2008), their daughter, his parents, and his siblings.
He was romantically involved with actress Florencia Lozano, who was known for her role as as Téa Delgado on One Life to Live and General Hospital in 1997, but after their breakup, they remained friends, which they were both featured in the 2002 Broadway revival of The Crucible until after his death.
At the time of his death, he was filming his scenes as Peter Gregory in the HBO series Silicon Valley, having completed five episodes. Welch's character was not written out of the show until the second season. When Silicon Valley won the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Comedy Series, creator Mike Judge dedicated the award to Welch, at the request of Welch's co-star T.J. Miller.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
|William Lexner||Dr. Thomas Dysart||Richard Dwyer||David Haig|
|SVU: "Remorse"||CI: "See Me"||SVU: "911"||L&O: "Sweetie" • "The Taxman Cometh"|