SVU

Don’t cry for Juice from Sons of Anarchy; actor Theo Rossi, who played Juice on the action series, is now scheduled for a Law & Order: SVU appearance. The FX biker series just wrapped its season five finale on the airwaves, but you can see Rossi on SVU‘s upcoming January 2nd episode on NBC.

TV Line said Rossi would play Enrique Rodriguez, a “working-class Catholic” who learns his sister was a victim of a church “cover-up”. Like any good brother would, Rodriguez takes an active role in trying to get justice for his sister.

Boomtron faithful know this guest appearance lines up with the upcoming appearance of True Blood’s Denis O’Hare. O’Hare will play a priest in the same episode. His character had better watch his back.

In fact, another noteworthy actor is sharing the guest starring limelight with Rossi and O’Hare. Boardwalk Empire‘s LaRay Harvey will act as Detective Tutuola’s ex-brother-in-law also in the January 2nd episode of SVU. It is Harvey’s character who Tutuola will go to bat far, and in trying to prove the man’s innocence, the Detective uncovers the church scandal. Go Tutuola! This is shaping up to be a memorable episode.

As for Rossi, the Sons of Anarchy series regular appeared on Alcatraz not too long ago, which happened to star his girlfriend Sarah Jones. We’ve also caught him on CSI: Miami, Hawaii Five-0 and Lie to Me.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is in the midst of a whopping 14th season. It began began with a two-part premiere on September 26, 2012, sans Christopher Meloni. So far we’ve seen guest stars Anna Chlumsky, Scott Bakula, Tom Sizemore, Ron Rifkin and Patricia Arquette.

Two actors also joined the cast. They are, of course, Danny Pino as Detective Nick Amaro and Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins. Before the winter break December 5 saw the episode titled “Dreams Deferred”.