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Peter Scanavino Is All Smiles Hugging His Beautiful Wife Lisha Bai in a New Rare Photo

Ra'eesah Manack
Dec 21, 2019
09:00 A.M.
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When he's not on set filming scenes for “Law and Order: SVU,” Peter Scanavino can be found with his wife and children. The actor works hard to be a doting husband and a loving father.


The actor plays Manhattan ADA Dominick "Sonny" Carisi Jr. in the long-running NBC crime/legal drama series "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." Peter is married to the stunning Lisha Bai.

They dated for many years before tying the knot but have kept their relationship extremely private. The pair share two children together.   

Peter Scanavino attends the "Law & Order: SVU" Television Milestone Celebration at The Paley Center for Media | Getty Images


While Peter has an Instagram account, he hardly posts on the account. In a surprising turn of events, he took to the social media site to share a rare picture with his wife writing:

"Here with my @lisha_bai at @newartdealers. Check out @klausgallery booth 2.02 if you’re in Miami to see my darling’s work."


In the picture, the couple is seen cuddling together and smiling happily at a restaurant. In front of them were their drinks.

The pair are known for being extremely private. The adorable glimpse into their relationship was welcomed with open arms by fans.

Fan comments on Peter's post | Instagram: @peterscanavino


The rare post stunned fans who immediately flooded the comments section to express their happiness. More than nineteen thousand fans liked the post. One wrote:

"I’ve never been more excited to see a post from someone !!!!"

Another fan comment on the picture | Instagram: @peterscanavino


Other fans took a moment to admire the adorable couple. Many complimented the couple and Peter's wide as well. One fan voiced the thoughts of many writing

"You guys are absolutely adorable together!"

More fan comments on the post | Instagram: @peterscanavino

Lisha also has an impressive art career and holds a bachelor’s in fine arts in Painting from Washington University in St. Louis. She has received several grants, including the Terra Summer Residency Fellow in Giverny, France, and has also been a visiting fine arts instructor at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.