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Jan312015

Pictures: Mariska at NFL Honors

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Mariska presented at NFL Honors tonight in Phoenix, AZ and I added pictures in the gallery. I’ll have the video up tomorrow :)


NFL Honors
January 31, 2015



Jan232015

Happy Birthday Mariska! + Photo Shoot Additions

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Today our fearless leader turns 51 years old. Thank you, Mariska, for having a voice, for standing up and saying NO MORE to the issues of abuse, for starting the Joyful Heart Foundation, for being a positive role model to not just me but everyone around you. The world needs more beautiful souls like you in this world. Happy Birthday Mariska! Today we celebrate you :)

In honor of Mariska’s birthday, I’ve uploaded a few pictures from a photo shoot Mariska did for Ladies Home Journal that were missing from the gallery.


2013 Ladies Home Journal Outtakes

Again, Happy birthday Mariska!



Jan212015

Pictures: SVU On Location (January 20)

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SVU on Location in Times Square
January 20, 2014



Jan212015

Law & Order: SVU’s Mariska Hargitay on Directing and Benson’s Evolution: “Everything Is Different Now”

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On screen, Olivia Benson has been pulling double duty all season long on Law & Order: SVU, juggling her duties as a new sergeant and a new mom. Off screen, actress and producer Mariska Hargitay can sympathize. Wednesday’s episode (9/8c, NBC) marks Hargitay’s second time in the director’s chair, this time for an episode introducing the estranged father of Det. Nick Amaro (Danny Pino). “It’s an invigorating process for me,” the Emmy winner tells TVGuide.com of her time behind the camera. Hargitay also spoke with TVGuide.com about Benson’s “challenges,” Season 16’s new directions and her SVU future:

You already have a packed schedule on SVU, so what made you want to add to that and direct again? Mariska Hargitay: You know, I loved it. I feel like I’ve been here so long and have found certain rhythms that I find help people stay in the moment. It’s a love of telling stories, of telling the story my way and being able to shape the story. But also my love for actors and my appreciation and respect for the process, but I also love helping to create an environment where I can get an actor’s best work. Just loving the creative process and finding the unexpected.

This episode is a big one for Danny Pino because we get to meet his character’s father [Armand Assante]. What kind of conversations do you have before filming?
Hargitay:
It was so beautiful and so great and exciting to work with both Danny and [Assante]. Both of them were so willing to take risks and try different colors. For Danny, it was very exciting because it was this chance to explore a different side of his character. Armand, it was just a great moment-by-moment surprise. Danny and I talked about opposites and trying things differently and finding the humor and the lighter moments, or the unexpected response, or never knowing what was going to happen next. Finding light in dark or dark in light, trying to switch up the moment and how full a moment it can be.

What new sides do you think viewers will see to Danny’s character in this episode?
Hargitay:
The episode is obviously about fathers and sons and wounds and denial and covering up and our commitment to cover things up to protect those vulnerable areas within us, which we will try at all costs to protect. Amaro’s a cop and he’s a protector and he’s had a lot of rage and anger, and this story line is about finding out what’s under that and why? What is he protecting and how far will he go to protect it?

The squad has undergone lots of changes this season: Rollins just took a break and Carisi joined the team, and Nick started out the season as a traffic cop. Why is it important to shake up the team?
Hargitay:
A) It’s interesting and B) different chemistries bring out different things. But also, that’s life, right? People go through their personal journeys and they bring their personalities and journeys to work, and I think it’s more compelling to tell the story of someone trying to do their job with all the baggage from their past. I think it just enriches it so much to know, why is Rollins so guarded? Why is she defensive? Now we know and now we feel for her so deeply. … We all see Amaro’s anger, so we try to rally around him. We all saw that Rollins was hiding something. Just getting to know these characters that we love.

This season has seen Benson become a mom while still being in charge of the squad. What have you enjoyed about this latest chapter for her? How do you think being a mom has changed her so far? Hargitay: That’s what’s been fun for me to play this season, growing that aspect of her personality. Playing Mama Bear to her squad, Mama Bear to the victims, Mama Bear to Noah, she’s in charge of all these people and still figuring out how to do it. Her job is totally new. Part of her job is to keep herself alive now in a new kind of way for Noah. Where before she’d be so singularly focused on getting it done and being fearless and now it’s like, wait a minute, I got to get it done, but at the end of the day, my most important job description is caring for this child. It’s been fun to evolve the character in that way. Everything is different now. Everything.

Last season was a big one for the show with the “Save Benson” trilogy. How do you think SVU has kept up that momentum and continued to keep things fresh this season?
Hargitay:
It feels like these writers are a bottomless well of ideas. Because I have to say that there was concern after last year and the depth that we went to of how they were going to sustain it. But I think the show this year has been so compelling and so interesting and has gone off into such interesting directions. It’s fun to see our other characters get fleshed out, like the Rollins episode or the Amaro episode. I want to see a Carisi episode and I think everybody else does too. And that’s been really exciting to watch. I have to say every week I’m pleasantly surprised at how these shows come together and how they are still so compelling. We get really amazing guest stars. I think we have a first-rate cast and really strong writing that absolutely keeps me glued to the show. I think that the writing has been pretty darn incredible and I’m still in.

Why do you think the show still has more stories to tell?
Hargitay:
I look at the news everyday and see the issues and crimes we deal with continually making headlines and being debated as legal issues pushing new and renewed legislation — such as the Violence Against Women Act — and as social issues affecting women and society as a whole. SVU is able to start conversations and humanize these problems. We are able to show all sides of an issue, as we did with our Domestic Violence episode this fall, in an episode that portrayed of institutionalized racism (and was nominated for an NAACP Award), the episodes where we both educated and explored the rise in rapes on college campuses — and even in the episode that explored the problem of the rape kit backlog. I feel very fortunate that our show is in a position where we can start a conversation on national TV about these issues in a way that people can empathize with and see the human element involved. We tell stories that matter, stories that can change the lives of individual viewers — and stories that can change the tenor of the conversation and viewpoints of our entire audience.

Law & Order: SVU airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.

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Jan192015

Mariska Hargitay: I Split My Pants A Lot

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Back from vacation and getting the updates in order. Will post pictures soon :) Here’s a little blurb from the NY Daily News for now.

While hosting his annual Bowling Benefit for the Stuttering Association for the Young, Paul Rudd conceded bowling is a dirty business. “I don’t think you need to be germaphobic to acknowledge how disgusting bowling balls are,” he said at the Lucky Strike lanes benefit. “Bowling alleys are like eating at certain restaurants; you don’t want to think about it too much.” Mariska Hargitay also participated, and luckily she had more spares than splits. “I split my pants a lot, but not when I’m bowling,” she said.

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Jan052015

SVU 16×10 “Forgiving Rollins” Episode Stills

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SVU 16×10- Forgiving Rollins Episode Stills



Dec172014

Mariska to Attend Paul Rudd Bowling Benefit

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Mariska is expected to attend the event in January. Something to look forward to in the new year :)

SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young will present the Third Annual Paul Rudd All-Star Bowling Benefit, hosted by actor Rudd, Jan. 12, 2015, at Lucky Strike Lanes in Manhattan.

The event, which begins at 7 PM, will include a cocktail reception, followed by bowling with stars and kids from SAY’s programs.

Stars currently expected to attend include David Alan Basche, Emily Bergl, Alexis Bledel, Everett Bradley, Bobby Cannavale, Nicki Clyne, Maddie Corman, Lucy DeVito, Frank DiLella, Rachel Dratch, Halley Feiffer, Gina Gershon, Judy Gold, Mariska Hargitay, Jeremy Hays, Peter Hermann, Cady Huffman, Gregory Jbara, Richard Kind, Ricki Lake, Jesse L. Martin, Greg Naughton, James Naughton, Kelli O’Hara, Denis O’Hare, Nykhor Paul, Josh Radnor, Alysia Reiner, Ron Rifkin, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Amy Ryan, Eric Stoltz and Meredith Vieira.

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Dec162014

Pictures: Directing on Location (December 15)

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I just uploaded 29 pictures of Mariska in the director’s chair. Check them out below!


On Location
December 15, 2014



Dec102014

Mariska Hargitay Directs New ‘No More’ PSAs on Domestic Violence

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As tough-talking detective Olivia Benson on “Law & Order: SVU,” Mariska Hargitay is rarely at a loss for words.

But in a new series of public service announcements about domestic violence and sexual assault, the 50-year-old Emmy winner shows just how difficult it is for her and other celebrities to talk about the subject.

“There was no one who didn’t have a particular line resonate so deeply that they had to take a moment to gather themselves,” Hargitay, who directed the spots and whose Joyful Heart Foundation produced them, told ABC News.

The new series of PSAs, titled “Speechless,” which start rolling out today, are comprised of just those moments. The new spots, which are visually spare and use only ambient sound, weren’t planned. They were the unexpected –and unscripted — byproduct of emotions that ran high while shooting previously aired spots in the “No More” campaign to end domestic violence and sexual assault.

In the previous PSAs, which began airing in September, celebrities, as well as current and former NFL players, are seen speaking out against domestic violence. The NFL rolled out the spots during game times amid a number of high-profile cases involving NFL players and domestic violence.

But Hargitay said the celebrity campaign had been in the works since she founded Joyful Heart for sexual assault survivors 10 years ago. It was after joining forces with No More that the campaign got momentum.

Once the celebrity PSAs began airing during NFL broadcasts, Hargitay said, “Players started reaching out, wanting to be involved, wanting to speak out. Some came because they had personally experienced violence and abuse, others because they felt moved to take a lead in bringing change. But their lives — and their souls — had been touched by these issues.”

The first “Speechless” spots featuring current and former NFL players and directed by Hargitay, along with Blair Underwood and Tate Donovan, aired during NFL broadcasts on Thanksgiving Day for more than 92 million viewers.

Next up, the three directors as well as Hargitay’s “SVU” co-stars Chris Meloni and Ice T, Andre Braugher, Hilary Swank, Tim Gunn, Mary J. Blige, Debra Messing and more will appear.

Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro is among them.

He told ABC News that he got involved because the issue of domestic violence is “pretty close to my heart.” When he was 15, Navarro’s mother Connie Navarro was murdered by her ex-boyfriend. John Riccardi spent nearly a decade on the run, until he was finally captured in 1991 after the case was featured on “America’s Most Wanted.” He’s currently serving life without parole in a California prison.

“It was a horrific relationship that ended in tragedy,” Navarro said, adding, “it affected my life greatly.”

“I have first-hand knowledge how these types of situations can escalate. The fact is the realm of the impossible is in fact possible, which is why it’s important for me to get the word out now,” said the 47-year-old rocker, speaking on behalf of Viacommunity, Viacom’s social impact umbrella.

“We are trying to raise awareness so people can get help or even assess their situation,” he said. “The denial is so thick that sometimes it’s hard to get a grasp of one’s self within a conflict. But if someone can see themselves in the campaign, maybe they can reach out for help.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one in three women and one in four men in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence and stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.

Though Navarro and his fellow celebrities are showing just how hard it is to talk about domestic violence in the new spots, their goal is really to get the conversation started.

“The fact is we are having a conversation,” Navarro said. “I wouldn’t be talking to you about this experience in my life if not for this.”

Added Hargitay, “Most simply put, we want these spots to bring these issues out of the darkness and into the light.”

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Dec082014

SVU: “Pattern Seventeen” Episode Stills

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SVU 16×09- Pattern Seventeen Stills



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