The race is back!
ADA Serena Southerlyn (Elisabeth Rohm)
as A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn
Elisabeth Rohm begins her second season this year on “Law & Order” as the brilliant and aggressively ambitious Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn.
Joining the long-running and Emmy Award-winning series has been a joy for Rohm, who says of her fellow castmates, “They are beyond my expectations in acting, professionalism and kindness.”
While studying writing and European history at Sarah Lawrence College, Rohm quite accidentally discovered acting when she landed a role in the drama department’s production of David Henry Hwang’s “Bondage” (as Madame Butterfly).
Rohm’s first professional break came when she landed a role on the daytime drama “One Life to Live.” Soon after, she starred opposite Kyle MacLachlan in Dick Wolf’s (executive producer of “Law & Order”) network television pilot, “The Invisible Man,” followed by a supporting role in NBC’s miniseries, “The ‘60s,” and a starring role in the BBC miniseries, “Eureka Street.”
Recently, Rohm pulled double duty as she concurrently starred in the cable drama series “Bull” (alongside Stanley Tucci), and played the recurring role of the young and beautiful detective Kate Lockley on “Angel.”
Though born in Düsseldorf, Germany, Rohm was raised in New York City, and is pleased to be again working for Wolf in her hometown. “Loyalty pays off,” says Rohm, “and coming home is always the best scenario.”
While retaining dual citizenship in the United States and in Germany, Rohm currently resides in Los Angeles and New York City. In her free time, she is working on her debut album and writing a book. Her birthday is April 23.
When she first came to L&O, I really didn't like her at all. Her acting seemd unnatural and her character (role) seemed confused. To my delight, this has much changed later - now she has developed a character that is interesting and feels like a real person, and her acting is great!
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