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Chicago PD: Benjamin Levy Aguilar promoted to series regular for season 10

Chicago PD: Benjamin Levy Aguilar promoted to series regular for season 10

Benjamin Levy Aguilar has been promoted to series regular for Season 10 of NBC’s Chicago PD. He will reprise the role of Dante Torres.

Chicago PD: Benjamin Levy Aguilar promoted to series regular for season 10

He made his debut as the character in the Season 9 episode titled “New Guard,” but first appeared in the series as Franco Chavaro two seasons prior.

What we already know about his character

Chicago PD: Benjamin Levy Aguilar promoted to series regular for season 10

In season 9, Halstead (played by Jesse Lee Soffer) took the rookie officer under his wing as a favor to Platt (Amy Morton). At first, the detective was apprehensive of Torres, given that he didn’t talk much, disobeyed several orders and was potentially affiliated with gangs. By the end of the hour, however, Torres admitted to Halstead that he did time in juvie for brutally assaulting his stepdad, who was abusing his mother, after he called the police numerous times and they never showed.

About Benjamin Levy Aguilar

Aguilar, a native of Guatemala, is best known for his breakout role on Fox’s Filthy Rich where he portrayed Antonio Rivera. He most recently recurred in Netflix’s The Woman in the House Across The Street From The Girl With The Window as Rex Bakke opposite Kristen Bell.

The upcoming Season 10 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 10/9c on NBC, following sister shows Chicago Med and Chicago Fire.

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