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Nov 16

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Torrey DeVitto’s all settled into her role as Dr. Natalie Manning on NBC’s hit Chicago franchise drama from Dick Wolf, Chicago Med. She’s an integral part of the second hit spinoff from Chicago Fire. It’s set at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center and most of the action takes place in the hospital’s busy emergency department. Dr. Manning is an emergency pediatric medicine specialist and a new mother.

Beautiful Torrey, 32, is the daughter of Mary and Liberty DeVitto—he played drums for Billy Joel. Highly gifted in many things artistic, Torrey plays a serious violin, studied dance and acting and worked as a model. She’s probably best known, prior to Chicago Med, for her roles in TV’s Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries and One Tree Hill.

Her philanthropy extends to animals, especially People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)—here’s a very recent story about her from the society’s All Animals magazine. She’s teamed up with HSUS and its Be Cruelty-Free campaign and is a doting mom to two rescue dogs, Beau and Homie.

Earlier this year, she told Glamour that if she had to join the cast of another Chicago franchise show, here’s what she’d choose: “I think Chicago P.D. because I would fare much better as a detective than I would a firefighter.”

In this video, learn more about the fabulous female actors from the Chicago franchise shows who have a book club, and about Torrey’s excellent fitness routine. She’s high on her job and on all the talented people who make Chicago Med work so well.

Watch Chicago Med on NBC Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.


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