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Chicago P.D. Sophia As: Erin Lindsay Genre: Crime | TV Series Airdate: Wednesday 10:00 PM on NBC
Chicago Fire Sophia As: Erin Lindsay Genre: Crime | TV Series Airdate: Wednesday 10:00 PM on NBC
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As passionate about the environment as she is about her adopted hometown of the Windy City, Chicago P.D. star Sophia Bush raises her voice to build a better world.
Pasadena native Sophia Bush first wove herself into America’s pop culture lexicon in the early aughts as Brooke Davis on cult TV drama One Tree Hill, going on to play the ever-popular cheerleader-turned-fashion designer for nearly a decade. Now, Bush is garnering acclaim as Detective Erin Lindsay on NBC breakout hit Chicago P.D., which was recently renewed for a third season. The analytical, no-nonsense character is not unlike Bush, a vocal advocate of causes ranging from the environment to education. In a spirited conversation with friend and Law & Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay, Bush opened up about the changing face of TV storytelling, her favorite Chicago foodie haunts, and how she’s working every day to manifest a brighter future.
Mariska Hargitay: Honey, how are you?
Sophia Bush: I just got home and I feel like I’ve won the lottery.
MH: “Home” home, like LA home?
MH: Good for you!
SB: It’s three degrees in Chicago, and it’s 80 degrees [at] home—
MH: Oh God, insanity. So, sweet Sophia, let’s start at the beginning: Tell me when you first knew that you wanted to become an actor.
SB: It was honestly an accident. My junior high and high school had a series of arts requirements, and I put off my theater requirement until the last semester. I knew it would interfere with all my extracurricular activities. The second semester of my eighth-grade year, they said, “You have to take a theater class,” and I protested because I was on the volleyball team, and they said, “It doesn’t matter. You could have done this last semester, but you waited and now you have to do it.” We did a production of Our Town—
SB: Something just clicked, and I realized that my passion for English and my love of literature could be put into action. It rocked my world and I just thought, I get this.
MH: I have a similar story. I was an athlete. I met somebody and he was like, “You should go on auditions,” and I was like, “Nope, I’ve got a volleyball game; I’ve got a cross-country game.” It wasn’t until I did a play that I went, Hey, wait a minute. I like this. Doing sports as a young girl really teaches us how to strive for something. In so many ways, too, it makes you a better actor.
SB: Absolutely, because you have some understanding of the need to persevere. I get this question all the time about our schedules—people say, “What happens when you’re sick?”
MH: And you say, “Nobody cares.” [Laughs]
SB: If you’re sick, you come to work with a bucket and you deal with it.
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– Television Projects > 2013 – Chicago PD (TV) > Season 2 > Screencaptures > 2.17 Say Her Real Name
Good Housekeeping — To train for her role as Erin Lindsay, a tough-as-nails detective on NBC’s Chicago P.D., actress Sophia Bush, 32, relied on the expertise of local law enforcement (the real-life Chicago SWAT team) to get the details of her character right. Off-camera, she’s a social-media maven with a flair for cooking and a fresh approach to fashion.
I’m much more put together on a day off than when I go in to work. I love how fashion allows you to express your mood, whether you’re wearing a high-waisted leather culotte, a cropped sweater and pumps, or a vintage dress from the 1940s.
Food! My family is mostly Italian, so if I could survive on bread, pasta, and olive oil for the rest of my life, I would. Brunch is my specialty; I’ll make really amazing thick-cut French toast, a giant frittata — and mimosas!
I’m an excellent packer. My friends always ask me to come over and help if they’re going on vacation or a work trip. I have very good spatial perception. I can fit twice as much in a suitcase as anyone else.
Instagram or Twitter?
Both! Instagram makes it easy to find out what people you truly care about are saying. On the flip side, I love that Twitter is always updating — it’s a great way to keep up with current events. [You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter.]
Perfect Sunday morning:
Being home in Los Angeles, sleeping in, and then taking my three dogs on a hike or going to a farmers’ market.
This story originally appeared in the April 2015 issue of Good Housekeeping.com.
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ANTONIO HEADS UNDERCOVER WITH A DANGEROUS ROBBERY CREW AFTER A NARCOTICS OFFICER GOES MISSING. Commander Fischer (guest star Kevin J. O’Connor) updates Voight (Jason Beghe) on a missing officer that Narcotics had deep undercover with a robbery crew. Antonio (Jon Seda) connected with one of the crew members years ago, so he’s asked to reestablish contact to help them find the officer. Meanwhile, Roman (Brian Geraghty) and Burgess (Marina Squerciati) are dealing with a squatter situation and they enlist Chicago Fire’s Mouch (guest star Christian Stolte) to help. Also starring Sophia Bush, Jesse Lee Soffer, Patrick Flueger, Elias Koteas, LaRoyce Hawkins and Amy Morton. Monica Raymund, Caleb Hunt, and Peter Jacobson guest star.