|"Down Low In Hell's Kitchen"|
|←||SVU, Episode 21.03||→|
|Production number: 21003|
First aired: 10 October 2019
| Teleplay By|
Monet Hurtz-Mendoza & Brendan Feeney
Lisa Takeuchi Cullen, Julie Martin & Warren Leight
A serial predator targeting men in gay bars proves to be difficult to catch until a celebrity comes forward with his story.
- Mariska Hargitay as Captain Olivia Benson
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Ice-T as Sergeant Odafin Tutuola
- Peter Scanavino as A.D.A. Dominick Carisi, Jr.
- Ryan Buggle as Noah Porter-Benson
- Ernest Waddell as Ken Randall
- Joseph Lyle Taylor as Attorney Mickey D'Angelo
- Erica Camarano as Officer Rachel Ortiz
- Stephen C. Bradbury as Judge Colin McNamara
- Zuleikha Robinson as Bureau Chief Vanessa Hadid
- Demore Barnes as Deputy Chief Christian Garland
- Stephen Wallem as Nurse Rudy Syndergaard
- Curtis Armstrong as Robert Fischer
- L. Steven Taylor as Mathis Brooks
- William Popp as Jeffrey Moran
- Rafael Jordan as Devonn Thompson
- Garrett Lee Hendricks as Jordan Marcus
- James Harkness as Wayne Talbot
- Kathleen Choe as Counselor Julie Kang
- Joshua Morgan as Seth Thomas
- Curt Morlaye as Aygon
- Ryam Raftery as Roger
- Radu Spinghel as Vlad
- Whit K. Lee as Uni
- Ally Taylor Sacks as Dance Instructor
- Johnny Michaels as Dancer #1
- Clara Leyba as Dancer #2
- Kimberlee Murray as Dancer #3
- Micah Houstan as Dancer #4
- Michael DeBarge as Bar Patron (uncredited)
- Alexander Hinojosa as Paparazzi Reporter (uncredited)
Background Information and Notes
- Rudy Syndergaard was named after New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard. Producer Dick Wolf is an avid Mets fan, and frequently drops references to the team into episodes of the show.
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