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Actor Lou Diamond Phillips to guest star on 'Law And Order'

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MUMBAI: Actor Lou Diamond Phillips guest stars on US broadcaster NBC's show Law & Order; SVU.

He plays Jeremy Paul Wilson, a sadistic paedophile and murderer, and will have a profound impact on the partnership of Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Chris Meloni). In India the Law And Order franchise airs on Star World.

Wilson, a cold blooded murderer and paedophile, is in possession of a cache of hunting knives, has kidnapped two children and has nothing to lose. This episode will bring Dets. Fin (Ice-T), Benson and Stabler to a bus terminal where a violent and emotional showdown with Wilson takes a dangerous turn.

The show's executive producer Neal Bear said, "Fans of this show will be sitting on the edge of their seats at the twists and turns in this emotional hour. I think this episode showcases the strength of our ensemble cast, and their compelling performances as well as an unusual and forceful performance from Lou Diamond Phillips."

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