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UL Theatre Alumnus Lands Role on Season Premier of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit

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UL Theatre Program Alumnus Bryce Romero will be on TV screens around the country when he appears in the two-hour Season 20 premiere of the hit television show Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.   A member of the class of 2015, Romero has been appearing in major motion pictures as well as indy films since he was a student at UL.  His past credits include films like The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, Maggie (opposite Academy Award-nominated actress Abigain Breslin), and Heart, Baby.  After graudation, Bryce made the move to New York City, where he continues to expand his acting resume. Appearing on an episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit puts Romero in the company of actors like Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Ty Burrell, Amanda Seyfried, and Elizabeth Banks, all of whom had guest roles on the show early in their careers.  

Romero will play the role of Sam Conway in the special two-hour premiere of the long-running hit procedural.  The premiere will air on NBC on September 27th.

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