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Elliot Stabler

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Elliot Stabler Sr.
Law & Order franchise
(Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

and Law & Order: Organized Crime) character
Elliot Stabler - SVU.png
First appearance"Payback" (SVU)
"What Happens in Puglia" (OC)
Last appearance"Smoked" (SVU)
Portrayed byChristopher Meloni
In-universe information
TitleNYPD Detective 1st Grade
FamilyWife: Kathy Stabler (deceased)
Maureen Stabler (daughter)
Kathleen Stabler (daughter)
Richard "Dickie" Stabler (son)
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Stabler (daughter)
Elliot "Eli" Stabler Jr. (son)
Parents: Joseph Stabler (father, deceased)
Bernadette Stabler (mother)
Siblings: three brothers
two sisters[1]
PartnerOlivia Benson
Donald Cragen
Lucius Blaine[2] (temporary)
Danielle Beck (temporary)
Ayanna Bell
SeasonsSVU: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 22
OC: 1

Elliot Stabler Sr. is a fictional character, played by Christopher Meloni and one of the lead characters on the NBC police procedural series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Organized Crime.

Stabler was a lead for the first 12 seasons of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. As a result of Meloni's sudden departure from the cast at the end of the SVU twelfth season, Stabler abruptly retires from the police force off-screen during the SVU Season 13 premiere. In April 2020, it was announced that Meloni would reprise the role for a new SVU-spinoff series,[3] where Stabler comes out of retirement to lead an NYPD organized crime task force. The series was later revealed to be titled Law & Order: Organized Crime.[4]


Stabler was an NYPD detective 1st Grade with Manhattan's 16th Precinct, which investigates sex crimes. He joined the NYPD in 1986,[5] and became a detective with the SVU in late 1992[6] where he has been partnered with Detective Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) for approximately one year prior to the time-frame of the show's first episode. Stabler is dedicated to his job but often takes cases personally, thus affecting his judgment. Nonetheless, Stabler has a 97% case-closure rate as of 2007.[7] His badge number is 6313.[1][8]

Stabler is Irish American[1] and lived at 72-12 Castleside Street, Glen Oaks, Queens with his wife Kathy (Isabel Gillies) and five children (Maureen, Kathleen, Richard "Dickie", Elizabeth "Lizzie", and Elliot "Eli" Jr.). Stabler was born on October 20, 1966.[1] He is devoted to his family and frequently mentions or thinks about them while working cases. He is also a practicing Catholic whose faith sometimes complicates the cases on which he works.

Series creator Dick Wolf named SVU's two lead detectives after his son, Elliot, and his daughter, Olivia.[9] Executive producer and head writer Neal Baer has explained that, in contrast to Benson – "the empathetic, passionate voice for these victims"[10] – Stabler embodies "the rage we feel, the 'How can this happen?' feeling."[10] Of their partnership, Baer assessed that: "They both represent the feelings that we feel simultaneously when we hear about these cases. That's why they work so well together."[10]


Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Stabler was born and raised in Bayside, Queens. His father, Joseph Stabler, was a policeman who lost his pension and eventually died of cancer. Stabler had a difficult relationship with his father, who was physically and emotionally abusive.[8] His mother, Bernadette (née McGinley) (Ellen Burstyn), has bipolar disorder and once nearly killed her son during a manic episode. As a result, Stabler has "erased his childhood"; he rarely talks about his father and maintains little contact with his mother.[11] Stabler has three brothers and two sisters. He attended Bayside High School, where he played on the football team.[12]

Stabler was a Marine and served in Operation Desert Storm.[13] During his time in the military, he was a hand-to-hand combat specialist.[14] He also has three tattoos, notably the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor tattoo on his forearm (the official emblem of the Marine Corps), and the crucifixion of Christ on his left bicep. One of his best friends died in the September 11 attacks.[1] He has a B.A. from Queens College, which he obtained by going to night classes.[1]

Stabler harbors a great deal of anger that is sometimes fueled by his job. He is often openly aggressive and intimidating toward suspects, which can either complicate the case further or lead to speedy confessions. When his wife Kathy (Isabel Gillies) leaves him in Season 6, Stabler's anger rises closer to the surface and, in a few episodes, threatens to boil over. One such instance occurs in a case involving serial killer Gordon Rickett (Matthew Modine), whom Stabler had investigated for raping and murdering a young girl 14 years earlier and thrown through a plate glass window. During interrogation, Rickett tells Stabler that they harbor the same kind of rage, and that if it were not for his family and his job, Stabler would be just like him. When Benson and Stabler catch Rickett about to murder another young girl, Stabler appears ready to kill him in cold blood; it is only Benson's intervention that prevents him from doing so.[15]

In SVU Season 7, he goes to see a police psychiatrist, Dr. Rebecca Hendrix (Mary Stuart Masterson), after using excessive force on an abusive parent. Stabler eventually opens up to Hendrix about his personal demons,[8] and they become close until Hendrix is transferred.[16] By Season 9, he and Kathy reconcile, and Stabler learns to better deal with his problems.

In the Season 12 finale, Stabler is forced to shoot Jenna Fox (Hayley McFarland), a young woman who opened fire in the Special Victims squad room on the men who raped and murdered her mother, killing them and recurring character Sister Peg (Charlayne Woodard). Jenna dies in his arms.[17] After the shootout, Stabler is placed on administrative leave by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau.[18] Although he is eventually cleared, this shooting is the sixth such incident in his NYPD career. His superior, Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek), comments that if Stabler wants to keep his job, he will have to undergo a psychological evaluation, take an anger management class, and submit to an internal review of his entire personnel file. Benson is confident that Stabler will "tell them to go to hell", and he proves her right by retiring from the force off-screen during the SVU Season 13 premiere.[19]

Stabler appears in the Season 22 episode "Return of the Prodigal Son," having been absent from the series for 10 years. It is revealed that, after quitting the SVU, Stabler got a job as the NYPD's liaison in Rome, going after terrorists and organized crime. He comes back to New York to attend a ceremony honoring Benson, whom he has not seen or spoken to since leaving the SVU. Stabler is targeted by mobsters who plant a bomb in his rental car, but it ends up killing Kathy instead. Stabler is devastated, but determined to bring her killers to justice, and joins the new NYPD's Organized Crime Control Bureau.[20]

Law & Order: Organized Crime

In the Organized Crime Task Force, Stabler is partnered with Sergeant Ayanna Bell (Danielle Moné Truitt). He comes to suspect that gangster Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott) ordered the bombing because Stabler was investigating him and his father, mob boss Manfredi Sinatra (Chazz Palminteri).[21] Stabler, Bell, Detective Diego Morales (Michael Rivera), Detective Freddie Washburn (Ben Chase), and technician Jet Slootmaekers (Ainsley Sieger) zero in on Wheatley's criminal empire, which is currently smuggling COVID-19 vaccine.

It is implied in Organized Crime that Stabler suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the bombing and Kathy's death. Benson tells him to get help, but he angrily rejects her advice, telling her to "back off".[22] Benson later joins Stabler's children in staging an intervention for him, but he rebuffs them and storms out. Later on, however, he reaches out to Wheatley's ex-wife Angela (Tamara Taylor) because she understands his pain, as her oldest son, Rafiq, had been murdered years earlier.[23] Stabler and Angela are instantly attracted to one another, and nearly sleep together until Stabler pulls back, realizing that he is crossing professional lines and that he is not ready for a new relationship. They agree to keep the relationship professional, and are on good terms - until Stabler learns that Angela ordered the bombing, which was meant for Kathy, not him.[24]

Angela later tells him that Kathy's murder was revenge for her son's death, which Richard Wheatley told her occurred during a police raid Stabler had ordered. Stabler replies that he had nothing to do with Rafiq's death, and that it was in fact Wheatley, then Rafiq's stepfather, who had him killed after catching him stealing from his drug ring. Angela then promises to help Stabler put Wheatley in prison.[25]


He married his wife, Kathy (Isabel Gillies) when they were both 17 years old, and at the beginning of the series, they have four school-aged children: Maureen (Erin Broderick), Kathleen (Holiday Segal in SVU Season 1 and Alison Siko in SVU Season 2 and 12 and Organized Crime Season 1), and twins Richard "Dickie" (Jeffrey Scaperrotta), and Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Patricia Cook). Richard (he stopped using his nickname upon entering adolescence) is named after Col. Richard Finley (James Brolin), Stabler's former commanding officer in the Marines, whom Stabler later arrests after discovering that he murdered a woman.[26]

After years of the stress involved with being married to a police officer, Kathy leaves Stabler, taking their children, and temporarily moves in with her mother.[27] Following a case involving a divorce that turned violent, Stabler signs the divorce papers, saying, "when love warps to hate, there's nothing you won't do."[28] However, after being cleared in the death of a suspect, Stabler realizes that he cannot bear to lose either his job or his family, so he seeks reconciliation with his wife.[29] A short time later, Kathy announces that she is pregnant and asks Stabler to come home.[30] After a serious car accident, Kathy delivers a healthy baby boy, Elliot Stabler Jr. (Eli) (born November 17, 2007). Kathy nearly dies as a result of the crash, but paramedics are able to save her with Benson's help.[31]

Of his five children, Kathleen and Dickie have most directly affected his job. Kathleen is twice charged with DUI;[30] he uses his influence as a police officer to make the first charge disappear, but he eventually realizes that he has to let her face the consequences of her actions, and she is sentenced to community service.[32] Kathleen then steals her father's credit card and gives it to her boyfriend, who rings up thousands of dollars in charges.[33] She is later arrested for breaking and entering and robbery, at which time doctors and her family realize that she suffers from bipolar disorder, which is a condition she shares with her paternal grandmother, Bernadette. When she faces prison time, Stabler reaches out to his mother for the first time in three years and asks her to tell Kathleen about her illness so she will get help. After speaking with her grandmother, Kathleen agrees to treatment.[11] She later becomes an advocate for sexual assault victims, and in one episode, helps her father on a case.[34]

Dickie also occasionally gives his father problems. In a SVU Season 11 episode, he runs away from school and tries to join the Army, something Stabler disapproves of. It later turns out that Dickie is acting out because his friend, Shane, has been murdered. Stabler refuses to sign a parental consent form for Dickie to join the Army, but resolves to be a more attentive parent.[35]

Stabler is fiercely protective of his children and becomes defensive if a suspect asks about his family; it is suggested that he sees aspects of his children in every victim. As a result, he harbors an intense hatred of pedophiles, admitting to a police psychiatrist that he sometimes fantasizes about killing them.[36] He almost loses his job as a result.[5] In a later episode, he beats up a pedophile (Tom Noonan) who posts a picture of his daughter Elizabeth on his website.[37]

Stabler has occasionally seen aspects of himself in a child abuser; during one case, the actions of an abusive parent prompt him to recall an incident in which he lost his temper and raised a hand to his daughter Maureen, who was a toddler at the time.[38]

Child victims tend to respond to him. For example, Stabler successfully reaches out to a 15-year-old girl (Rachael Bella) who regresses to a childlike state after being sexually assaulted by her father. SVU's resident psychiatrist, Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong), theorizes that only Stabler would be able to reach her, as he is a father, and she is looking for a father figure.[39]

In the Season 22 episode "Return of the Prodigal Son", Kathy is severely injured in a car bombing meant for Stabler, and later dies in hospital when her spleen ruptures. Her death leads Stabler to join the Organized Crime Control Bureau.[20]


Olivia Benson

Stabler is partnered with Olivia Benson for the series' first 12 seasons of the series. They are best friends and trust each other completely. Stabler is Benson's longest relationship with a man,[28] and they have even each promised to give the other a kidney should either of them need a transplant.[31] When Kathy goes into labor with Eli following a car accident, Benson helps save Kathy's life and deliver the baby.[31]

Their relationship is not without friction, however. The two sometimes argue over the cases they work on; Benson tends to be quicker to side with the victims. For example, during a case in which three women are charged with raping a male stripper, Benson and ADA Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March) believe the man's story, while Stabler takes a cynical view of his claim from the start.[40]

Benson and Stabler are separated at times during the show. She asks for a new partner after Stabler expects her to jeopardize his life to shoot a convicted sex offender (Lou Diamond Phillips) who had kidnapped two children and killed one of them.[41] Instead, she is briefly reassigned to computer crimes and replaced by a Queens SVU detective, Lucius Blaine (Anthony Anderson).[2] Benson and Stabler become partners again in the eighth season.[42] They remain partners for the rest of Stabler's time in the precinct.

In the Season 12 episode "Merchandise," Benson and Stabler are temporarily appointed as Special Deputy U.S. Marshals so they can arrest the leaders of a human trafficking operation located outside their jurisdiction. Once the criminals are in custody, they turn in the badges and take up their positions in SVU again.

After Stabler abruptly quits his job, he does not see or speak to Benson again for 10 years; when they finally see each other again, he tells her that he could not bear to tell her he was leaving, and did not know how to reach out to her in the intervening years. When Stabler's car is bombed and his wife Kathy severely injured, Benson, now SVU's Captain, has to restrain him from getting involved in the investigation. This causes friction between them, and they have a quietly intense conversation about how their partnership ended. When Kathy dies, however, Benson does everything she can to comfort and support him, and to help him make sure that Kathy's murderers face justice.[20]

Benson also recognizes that Stabler is showing signs of PTSD, and tries unsuccessfully to persuade him to get help, even staging an intervention with his children. Stabler rejects her help, but tells her he loves her as a friend.[23][43]

Dani Beck

Stabler is assigned a temporary partner named Dani Beck (Connie Nielsen) while Benson is working undercover in Oregon (Mariska Hargitay was pregnant and on maternity leave). Beck takes well to the job, and she and Stabler become close. There is also some sexual tension between the two, and during one case, they share a kiss.[44] The relationship goes no further, however, as Beck leaves when she realizes that she will not be able to save every victim.[45]

Jo Marlowe

Jo Marlowe (played by Sharon Stone) was Stabler's training officer. She is appointed by District Attorney Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) to be the new ADA for the SVU squad during a four-episode run in SVU Season 11. Stabler reveals that he has not seen her for 15 years when she first arrives as the new ADA. Marlowe was a lieutenant in 1995 when she left the NYPD after her command decision resulted in the deaths of two of her officers.[46] She was diagnosed with an "aggressive" type of breast cancer and had a bilateral radical mastectomy a year before joining the SVU squad.[47]

Ayanna Bell

Ayanna Bell (Danielle Moné Truitt) is Stabler's new partner in the Organized Crime Task Force and is in charge of the task force on which he serves, holding the rank of Sergeant.[21]

Development and casting

For the role of Stabler, the finalists were Meloni, Tim Matheson, and John Slattery. Meloni and Hargitay had auditioned in the final round together, and after the actors left, there was a moment of dead silence, after which Wolf blurted out, "Oh well. There's no doubt who we should choose – Hargitay and Meloni." The duo, who Wolf believed had the perfect chemistry from the first time he saw them together, were his first choice. Garth Ancier, head of NBC, agreed, and the rest of the panel assembled voiced their assent.[48]

In May 2009, after the show's tenth season, Hargitay and Meloni's contracts expired when they were reportedly making $375,000[49]–$385,000 per episode.[50] During negotiations in April for a new contract, the actors attempted to receive a percentage of the show's profits. It was rumored that NBC threatened to replace Hargitay and Meloni if they persisted in their demands.[51] Two months later, however, it was officially reported that both their contracts had been renewed for two more years.[50]

Departure from SVU

In May 2011, Meloni announced that he would not be returning to SVU in fall 2011 for its 13th season after the failure of negotiations over a new contract.[52] The Stabler character was subsequently written out of the show.[53]

Guest return to SVU

Stabler returned in the Special Victims Unit episode “Return of the Prodigal Son”, when his wife, Kathy, is killed in a car bombing which was meant for Stabler. Her death leads Stabler to return to SVU to help find her killers. This episode served as a lead-in for the new series, Organized Crime.[20][21]

Return to Law & Order with Organized Crime

On March 31, 2020, NBC announced that it had ordered a 13-episode series with Meloni reprising his role as Stabler in a then-untitled SVU spinoff, to be produced by Dick Wolf. Later announced as Law & Order: Organized Crime,[4] the new series will center on an organized crime task force headed by Stabler.[3][54][55] Meloni's spin-off was initially slated for a fall release; plans for the series, however, were delayed to 2021.[56] As a result of this, plans for him to appear in the 22nd season premiere of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit were subsequently scrapped, the show-runner, Warren Leight, deciding to wait until the night of Meloni's spin-off new premiere date.[57]


Meloni was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2006, in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, for his role as Elliot Stabler.[58]

Awards and decorations

The following are the medals and service awards worn by Elliot Stabler, as seen in "Dolls."

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American Flag Breast Bar
NYPD Medal of Honor breast bar.svg
NYPD Medal of Honor
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NYPD Unit Citation Bar


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