The Transformation of Torrey DeVitto from Childhood to Chicago Med


Torrey DeVitto, who has been working in the entertainment industry for two decades, is best known for portraying Dr. Natalie Manning on the NBC drama "Chicago Med." With Stevie Nicks for a "fairy godmother," and a burgeoning acting career, DeVitto had a very interesting childhood.

DeVitto grew up touring with Billy Joel, as her father is Liberty DeVitto, drummer for the legendary singer. As a teen, she tried her hand at modeling but transitioned to acting, which led to roles in "Dawson's Creek," "Scrubs," and "The King of Queens."

DeVitto then made a name for herself in teen dramas, such as "The Vampire Diaries" and “Pretty Little Liars.” She noted that these series helped her to grow as an actress, "As much as I'm so grateful for those [teen] shows because they got me where I am today and I love them, I was really ready to step into a very adult, more mature show, genre, and audience."