While his show was touring Florida, stage and screen actor Patrick Boll was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. Boll, 53, was one of six men arrested after they solicited services from an undercover police officer in Naples, Florida on Friday, the Naples Daily News reported.

Boll is an actor with a wide array of credits across theater, television and film over the past two decades. He had minor roles in shows like “Gossip Girl” and “Law & Order,” as well as a small role in the Coen Bros. film “Burn After Reading” in 2008. He also appeared in “Elementary” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 2017, according to IMDB.

He also has several Broadway credits, including the currently touring “The King and I,” in which he plays Captain Norton and Sir Edward Ramsey, according to the official program. The show was in Naples in the days prior to and including Boll’s arrest. Boll was released on bail, according to TMZ.

Boll and the other five men were arrested at a Naples hotel after they all made arrangements to meet with a prostitute, who turned out to be the aforementioned undercover cop. According to the police report, the men agreed to pay anywhere between $150 and $300 for the prostitute’s services.

Among the other men arrested were a former pastor and a Lee County Circuit Judge. Judge Jay Rosman was also cited for resisting arrest, per the Daily News report.

GettyImages-450497936 US mezzo-soprano Susan Graham (C) performs during the dress rehearsal of the musical 'The King and I' on June 11, 2014 at the 'Theatre du Chatelet' in Paris. Photo: PIERRE ANDRIEU/AFP/Getty Images