Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Mr. Jon Seda Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Chicago Med, and Chicago Justice

Mr. Jon Seda
“Chicago Fire Season 6”
c/o Cinespace Chicago Film Studios
2621 W. 15th Place
Chicago, IL  60608
Dear Mr. Seda,

My name is Matt Winick and I am a fan of your acting in two of my favorite tv shows Homicide Life On The Streets and Chicago P.D.  Before I started to Watch Chicago PD, I was a fan of NBC tv show Homicide Life On The Streets. The reason I enjoyed the show was because I liked on how the cast members including you made your characters to have different traits or approach on solving different cases and the show had a great balance between drama, crime, and learning how to overcome different obstacles. In Homicide Life On The Streets my favorite characters were John Munch, Paul Falsone, Frank Pembleton, Meldrick Lewis, Kay Howard, Laura Ballard, Al Giardello, Tim Bayliss, and Mike Kellerman.  I thought you did a great job portraying and making Detective Falsone an interesting character on the show.   The reason I consider Falsone to be one of my favorite characters on Homicide Life On The Streets along with 8 other characters because I like on how you make Falsone have an great cop background on the need to solve a case, having a sense of humor, and taking the time to work with different partners on different cases. I thought it was great to have you as the main cast of season 6 and 7.   Also in those seasons I really like on learning Falsone’s personal interest and developing a relationship with detective Laura Ballard where you both worked on some cases.   Also in season 6 and 7 I really liked on how you expanded on Falsone’s role in a case during the crossover between Law And Order and Homicide Life On The Streets.  After your role on Homicide Life On The Streets I got very excited to hear about you starring in Chicago PD on NBC because you do such a great job acting as a police detective and being a guest star on Chicago Fire since 2012.  In January 2014, I started to watch the first episode of Chicago PD and I really liked it because I liked learning about how intelligence unit solve cases using different methods. In Chicago PD,  you  do such an excellent job portraying Detective Antonio Dawson  because I like on how he uses good cop methods to solve cases, have the commitment to work hard to overcome his struggles with personal life, having the commitment to help Chicago Fire help save Chicago,  and has good methods to help protect C.I.s  on cases. I really enjoyed watching all seasons 1-4 and I look forward to watch season 5 of the show to see more of your character Antonio’s role in the show.  Aslo to add I really like on how you and Ms. Monica Raymund make Antonia Dawson and Gabby Dawson great siblings where  they work together to help each other out or help the rest of the Chicago Fire department help save Chicago.

Mr. Seda, I have autism with a learning disability.  Having a disability is hard for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different advance subjects, sometimes I struggle to communicate my thoughts, and get teased.  Another thing that I have a struggle with a disability is when I have trouble having friendships due to people including other peers tease me about being different, sometimes I lose motivation in myself when I deal with some struggles, and many others.  Your role as Detective Antonio Dawson in Chicago franchises and the cast members of Chicago franchises (Chicago Fire, Chicago MED, Chicago PD, and Chicago Justice) really inspires me to work hard on my disability and be a fan of the Chicago franchise. Also the moral values lessons in these show like the need for friendships, learn how to work hard when there are struggles in life,  and many others gives me motivation to learn the need for friendships,  continue to work hard when I face struggles, and many others.

Mr. Seda, I consider one of my favorite actors for crime drama tv shows because you do such a great job making your detective character have an interesting traits on solving cases, have sense of humor, and using different methods.  I’m very proud of you for working hard with the cast of Homicide Life On The Streets and the cast of Chicago PD including Chicago Fire to make these shows fun to watch. You really inspire me to work hard on my disability, understand how moral values lesson that are presented in the Chicago franchise can be useful, and inspire me to be a fan of the Chicago franchises..  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, getting me interested in becoming a fan of the Chicago franchise, and inspiring me. I wish you well on season 5 of Chicago PD and the rest of the Chicago franchises.


Matt Winick

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