Brandon Larracuente lascia The Good Doctor
The Good Doctor will have to do without one of its protagonists for the seventh season. Brandon Larracuente – the twenty-eight-year-old American actor made famous by the TV series Thirteen, in which he played the part of Jeff Atkins – retires after one season in the regular cast of the medical starring Freddie Highmore.
Brandon Larracuente played Dr. Danny Perez starting in season six. Although the character will not be among the main ones in the next cycle of episodes, starting in the autumn on the Abc network in the United States and later on Rai 2 in our country, it seems that the production does not rule out having Dr. Danny Perez back in some episodes as a guest star.
Brandon Larracuente will be the co-star, alongside Troian Bellisario alias Spencer of Pretty Little Liars, of the new TV series entitled On Call and produced for Amazon Prime Video by Dick Wolf, the deus ex machina of the crime franchises of Law & Order, One Chicago ed FBI. Larracuente has published a post on his Instagram account in which he formalizes his participation in the new project: “I am honored to be part of this series, it is a dream come true to pay tribute to my parents who are retired from the NYPD. This series is gritty, heartbreaking, and real. I can’t wait for you to see it,” wrote the actor.
The Good Doctor 6, Danny Perez leaves the tv series
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In the season 6 finale, Dr. Jordan Allen (Bria Samoné Henderson) makes the difficult decision to give Danny a life-saving dose of fentanyl. Danny, who suffered serious injuries as a result of the crash involving the ambulance he was in, was in fact at risk of cardiac arrest and Jordan made sure that didn’t happen. Perez – a former drug addict – understands Jordan’s choice, but he fears he might fall back into the drug trap and for this reason decides to leave San José to return to Texas, where he can count on the support of his family.