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‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’: Why Christopher Meloni Says Working With Actors Like Dylan McDermott Offers a ‘Richer Experience

Christopher Meloni played Detective Elliot Stabler from 1999 to 2011 on “Law & Order: SVU.” This year, the fan-favorite actor finally returned to the Dick Wolf-produced universe with a small arc on the long-running show. And what he initially thought was a small reprisal of his role turned into a full-blown spin-off show called “Law & Order: Organized Crime.”
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Christopher Meloni Smoothly Handles 'Law & Order' Fan Question About His Hairline

Law & Order: Organized Crime star Christopher Meloni has some fun with fans on Friday night, even sharing a shocking revelation about his receding hairline. He also explained what he was doing with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Mariska Hargitay in a behind-the-scenes photo. Meloni, 60, has clearly been in a better mood since returning to the Law & Order fold this year.
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‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Christopher Meloni Drops Massive Amount on 3 NYC Condos

The “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star, Christopher Meloni, got organized and purchased an all-new luxury home in New York. Christopher Meloni originally appeared on the first 12 seasons of “Law & Order: SVU” before taking a break and completing other projects. Recently, he regained his role as Elliot Stabler for the rookie series, “Law & Order: Organized Crime.”
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Law and Order star Christopher Meloni is eating a ‘semi gluten free’ diet

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ star Christopher Meloni is following a “semi gluten free” diet and is “dipping” his toes into veganism as a health experiment. The 60-year-old actor – who played Elliot Stabler on ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ for 12 seasons before leaving the role in 2011, only to reprise his most famous part in his new spin-off series – is always looking at new ways to stay in shape and improve his physical health and so far he has been enjoying the benefits of omitting gluten from his diet, although it’s been hard to find great gluten-free pasta.
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