Gone, however not forgotten! Jesse Spencer shared the candy track he wrote about Chicago Fire in honor of his season 10 exit.
Following his departure after the NBC present’s two hundredth episode on Wednesday, October 20, the 42-year-old shared a observe referred to as “FireBug (si ça te fait plaisir),” which interprets to “if it pleases you.”
The actor, who performed Lieutenant Matthew Casey on the drama since its 2012 premiere, posted a video for the folks track through Twitter, which presents a behind-the-scenes have a look at what it was like filming the drama collection. The practically 4-minute clip contains pictures of Spencer on the Chicago set with former costars together with Taylor Kinney, Monica Raymund and David Eigenberg.
The House alum, who obtained his begin singing with the Australian Boys Choir in 1986, pays tribute to his castmates, singing, “Well that flame forever burns in my heart,” earlier than letting them realize it, “just would not have been the same without you all right here.”
— Jesse Spencer (@Jesse_Spencer) October 21, 2021
Spencer advised Us Weekly and different reporters earlier than his final episode aired that the choice to depart the present was a “difficult” one, however in the end felt like the precise selection. “When the time comes, the time comes,” he mentioned, including, “It was time for me.”
The Uptown Girls actor determined he would exit Chicago Fire through the break between seasons 9 and 10 and referred to as creator Derek Haas to interrupt the information.
“I’ve been doing TV for a long time,” he advised Us, noting that when he added all of it up, 2021 marked his 18th straight year of being on a community tv present after going proper from filming his earlier present, House, to Chicago Fire.
The Winning London actor “loved [Chicago Fire] from the start,” he mentioned, “but there’s other things that I would love to do in the future and there’s some family that I need to take care of.”
However, Spencer, who married Kali Carr in June 2020, mentioned that he plans to return to the Dick Wolf collection once more sooner or later — particularly, so followers will get an replace on Casey and Brett’s (Kara Killmer) romance.
“It was OK [saying goodbye] because there is the potential for me to come back,” he advised Us on Wednesday. “I still am in Chicago right now. I’m not running off to Los Angeles or anything … I’m still going to be here, I’m just stepping back for right now.”
Chicago Fire airs on NBC Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.
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