Jesse Lee Soffer is an American actor who was born on April 23, 1984. He is best known for playing Will Munson on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns. His work on the show earned him three Emmy nominations.
Jesse Lee Soffer doesn’t talk about his love life in public. Over the years, the star of Chicago P.D. has been linked to a few of his One Chicago co-stars, like Sophia Bush and Torrey DeVitto.
Here’s everything you need to know about Jesse Lee Soffer’s dating life and all about past hookups.
Is s Jesse Lee Soffer Currently Dating Anyone?
The last known relationship Jesse had was with Torrey DeVitto, a co-star on Chicago Med. This relationship ended in 2019. In 2018, the two of them went on a romantic trip to Scotland to announce that they were dating. But eight months later, for unknown reasons, the couple broke up, and Torrey took down all the pictures of their trip from Instagram. In 2020, Torrey posted a picture of herself with a new boyfriend, David Ross. Jesse, on the other hand, seems to have been single.
Jesse Lee Dated Sophia Bush
Even though they never said it out loud, the two were linked romantically in 2014 after they met on set. In June 2015, word got out that they had broken up. But later that same year, they were seen hand in hand in New York City. Even though it’s not clear what happened in their relationship, it seems like there’s no bad blood between them now. In 2017, when Sophia left Chicago P.D., Jesse only had good things to say about his former co-star.
However apart from these two well-known relationships, Jesse has kept most of his personal life quiet. Most of the photos on his social media are of him with his Chicago P.D. co-stars or of his family and friends.
Jesse Lee Soffer’s Decided To Leave NBC’s “Chicago P.D.” After 10 Seasons
Jesse Lee Soffer, who plays Detective Jay Halstead on NBC’s Chicago P.D., is leaving the show, according to Variety.
Soffer, who was in the show from the beginning, is likely to leave the police drama in the fall.
The first season of Chicago P.D. aired in 2014. Next month, it will start its 10th season. His departure came after talks with the show’s longtime cast members, but a source says Halstead chose not to stay.
In a statement obtained by Variety, he said, “I want to thank the incredible fans for their unwavering support during the past 10 years and want to express my deepest gratitude to Dick Wolf and everyone at Wolf Entertainment, Peter Jankowski, Matt Olmstead, Derek Haas, Michael Brandt, Rick Eid, Gwen Sigan, NBC, Universal Television, my fellow castmates and our incredible crew, To create this hour drama week after week has been a labor of love by everyone who touches the show. I will always be proud of my time as Det. Jay Halstead.”