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WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Law and Order SVU.
Zach Gilford has starred in a number of beloved shows over the years, including Law and Order SVU.
His latest project, The Fall of the House of Usher, has come out in full on Netflix, re-telling the classic Edgar Allan Poe tale of the same name with a darker twist.
Having acted ruthlessly to get their pharmaceutical company to the top, siblings Roderick (played by Bruce Greenwood) and Madeline Usher (Mary McDonnell) start to suffer the consequences of their actions.
In order to figure out what went wrong, there are flashbacks of what the pair got up to early on in their lives to cause such heartache now, with actor Zach Gilford portraying a young Roderick.
With the Mike Flanagan horror drama now ready to watch, fans are interested in Gilford’s other work, including his time in Law and Order SVU.
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Who did Zach Gilford play in Law and Order SVU?
Actor Zach Gilford starred in the Law and Order SVU season six episode Contagious back in 2005 where he played Kevin Wilcox.
In the instalment, a family-of-three are involved in a car accident which leads to nine-year-old Holly having a medical exam.
It is during the tests that it comes to light that Holly had been abused and if she told anyone his identity, he would kill herself and her parents.
What made matters even worse was the fact Holly said the man who had raped her also admitted to killing another little girl, Laura Swift, who had gone missing.
It was up to Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to figure out who was behind the attacks and initially, it was thought it was family friend and gym teacher Mark Dobbins (Daniel Hugh Kelly).
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Dobbins is arrested for these crimes with another child coming forward with a sexual allegation, despite his continuous protests.
Eventually, Holly bursts into tears and says that it wasn’t him and the other child admits her parents had forced her to say he did it to her to try and get him convicted, thinking he was dangerous.
Benson and Stabler are more frustrated than ever until they take a closer look at some of Holly’s drawings, one of which is of someone who isn’t a gym teacher but someone on the lacrosse team at school.
It comes out that Holly had been purposefully hurting herself to get out of gym class for the past few weeks, indicating it was someone at the school.
Benson and Stabler were first pointed in the direction of Dobbins because of lacrosse team player Kevin who was really the culprit and tried to put them off the scent.
Kevin was later arrested and confessed to what he had done, pointing out where he buried Laura’s body.
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Apart from Law and Order SVU and The Fall of the Usher, Gilford has been in various other popular shows.
Some of which are Criminal Minds, Lifeline, This Close, LA’s Finest, Good Girls and The Midnight Club.
According to his IMDb page, he will also be starring in the upcoming series Hombre as Agent Daniel Pedersen.
The Fall of the House of Usher is available to watch on Netflix and Law and Order SVU is available on NBC.
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