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Feb 17

The Chicago Sun Times gives us an exclusive look at a clip for this week’s Chicago Med.

Dr. Natalie Manning of “Chicago Med” treats an 8-year-old cancer patient in this week’s episode, but first she has to convince him to fight for his own life.

In an exclusive first look from the NBC series, Manning (Torrey DeVitto) confronts Gabe Moore’s father, Andy, who admits that he has stopped treatment at his son’s request.
“He can’t decide. He’s 8 years old,” Manning says to Andy Moore. “We need to start your son on his new chemo.”

When Dad refuses, Manning contacts the Department of Children and Family Services— leading to the father’s arrest.

Gabe is the latest patient with whom Manning gets personally involved — a big change for the character this season. In the show’s debut season, she was more by the book, DeVitto said in an interview last fall.

“I love that you see a more human side to her medical personality,” DeVitto said. “And now this year you see her stumbling and kind of messing up in a very human way, which I really like.”

As the second season began last fall, Manning returned to Gaffney Chicago Medical Center after having a baby. Becoming a mom helped change her character’s approach to medicine.

“Motherhood definitely creates more of an attachment, I think, especially working with kids,” DeVitto said. “It adds a new level to the way she works with her patients.”

Manning isn’t the only doctor treating an uncooperative patient in the episode. Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) deals with a woman with heart problems who won’t listen to him.

Halstead also has problems on the personal front; he and Nina (guest star Patti Murin) work through their first relationship test.

Meanwhile, Dr. Choi (Brian Tee), Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) and Dr. Reese (Rachel DiPillo) work on a complicated case involving a woman with a personality disorder. Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) convinces Dr. Latham (guest star Ato Essandoh) to join him for a medical trip out of town, which puts Latham’s personality issues to the test.

Cameron Knight, a local actor and professor at the Theatre School of DePaul University, appears as Andy Moore in the episode. Chicago actor Zach Thomas plays his son, Gabe.

The episode, titled “Theseus’ Ship,” airs at 8 p.m. Thursday on NBC. Watch another promo below.

Jan 17

Happy New Year! And the first update for 2017 is to add events from 2011 …. here’s to hoping for some fun ones in the upcoming 12 months!

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2011

Dec 16

I have added images to the gallery from the events that she attended in 2012.

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2012

Dec 16

TV Guide shares the news that a member of the cast of Chicago Med will be leaving the show in the near future.

They also included this fun video with the cast!

The staff members at Gaffney Chicago Medical Center are accustomed to dealing with loss, but what happens when it’s one of their own?

Someone is going to be leaving NBC’s Chicago Med by the end of the season — and unfortunately, they won’t be heading off to bigger and better things. We’ve heard that the exit, which occurs a few episodes before the season finale, will be a “tragic” one that “has a profound effect” on the recurring character’s colleagues.

Look, you don’t need to be a brain surgeon to figure out that someone’s going to be saying goodbye to Chicago Med in a body bag — and this time it’s not one of the patients.

There is one silver lining amid the grief: The sudden departure causes a huge shake-up at the hospital, leaving a vacancy that may create a new, much-needed career opportunity for one of the remaining staffers.

Dec 16

I have added captures from Torrey’s scenes during Season One of Chicago Med to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > Chicago Med (2015 – Present) > Season One > Episode Captures

Nov 16

I have added images from season one of Chicago Med to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > Chicago Med (2015 – Present) > Season One > Episode Stills

Nov 16

Torrey did a recent interview which was highlighted by

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.

Nov 16

Will Natalie Manning end up with Jeff Clarke or Will Halstead? What does her medical future look like? Torrey DeVitto tells all in our ‘Chicago Med’ chat.

Dr. Natalie Manning has her hands full on NBC‘s Chicago Med. While she’s still trying to save the hospital’s youngest patients, she’s caught up in a love triangle between old friend Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) and new squeeze Jeff Clarke (Jeff Hephner) – one that’s been further complicated by Will dating pathologist Nina Shore (Patti Murin).

So which guy does Natalie really want to be with? What does she see for her career in Season 2? Hidden Remote visited the set of Chicago Med recently and asked actress Torrey DeVitto to give us the dish on what’s ahead for her character – and who she’s rooting for.

Torrey told us that the biggest change for Natalie has been the weight off her shoulders. “It’s so funny,” she laughed. “When we did the table read for the first couple episodes [of Season 2], there was the ‘ice princess’ comment and then there was another comment about Natalie’s state of mind from last year. In the middle of the table read I stopped and was like, ‘Was I so miserable last year?’ And everyone was like ‘Yes!’

“I think because I was playing her, I didn’t realize what a place she was in,” she continued. “I knew it but I didn’t see it from the outside perspective. She’s definitely in a different state of mind this year. She’s dating, a little more carefree. It’s fun.”

Natalie’s biggest plot point so far in Season 2 has been her relationship with Jeff, which seems like she might be doubting it after taking a second look at Will, who’s now with Nina. So what exactly is going through her mind right now?

“I love her and Will’s friendship,” Torrey told us. “I think they have something really special. But I think Jeff came in and represents her past and I don’t think anyone that she works with or she has in her life knows her then or knows her ex.

“I think it was just very familiar and home to her so it makes sense of why she would go in that direction,” she added, “but I think her and Dr Halstead will always have something special. I just don’t think either of them know how to articulate it yet.”

So does that mean that Torrey is hoping that Natalie eventually gets back together with Will?

“I really do root for both [pairings but] at the end of the day I have to say I’m a total Manstead fan,” she admitted. “I can’t not be. I just think it’s really endearing. I think it’s really sweet and it started that way and I always get excited when they have little moments of like looking over wistfully at each other or something. I am a Manstead fan.”

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Nov 16

New stills are in the gallery from the episodes Inherent Bias & Free Will.

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > Chicago Med (2015 – Present) > Season Two > Episode Stills

Oct 16

I have added images from the events Torrey attended in 2013 & 2014 to the gallery. A giant thank you to Claudia for sharing a bunch of these pics with us!

Gallery Links:
Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2013
Torrey DeVitto Web > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2014

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