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“You can’t be a cast member on this show and not have like a baby a year,” joked Mariska Hargitay (Lt. Olivia Benson), who spoke with TODAY on the “SVU” set Thursday ahead of the series’ 18th season.

“I have three kids, Ice-T [Det. Odafin Tutuola] and Kelli [Giddish, Det Amanda Rollins] [have one baby each], Peter [Scanavino, Det. Dominick Carisi Jr.] has two, and there are days when the kids are here and you’re like, ‘Is this a day care center?'” she added.

It’s true, though; the baby boom behind the scenes at “SVU” has been making headlines for almost a year.

Scanavino says he’s brought his children (who are 4 and 8 months) to the set for special photo ops.

“You bring them in here, put them in jail, take photos,” he laughed. “Of course! And all our kids know each other.”

“It’s like ‘Romper Room’ back there,” noted Raúl Esparza (ADA Rafael Barba). “You’ll get pelted by a giant ball in the hallways on your way to the west wing, where the writers are.”

“Ludo [Giddish’s 9-month-old] and Chanel [Ice T’s 10-month old] are like girlfriend/boyfriend situation,” grinned Ice T. “We got good kids. This show is like a sitcom behind the set.”

He then made sure to pull up a melt-worthy image of Chanel holding Ludo’s hand during a recent photo shoot on his cell. We found it on Instagram and are now puddles on the floor:

Cast members agree having kids around is a good thing.

“You go home and you look into your children’s eyes and it changes everything,” says Hargitay. “It’s like, everything’s OK because you’re right here in front of me and now I see life and newness and hope and beauty and all those things we see.

“Our kids can take the day off us … It’s a love chain here. We are in it together,” she says.

Including the next generation!

“Law & Order: SVU” returns to NBC on Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. ET.


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In addition to the amazing activities, there will also be a veritable who’s who of celebrity families in attendance, as CMEE welcomes Honorary Co-Chairs such as Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, Jane Krakowski, Katie Lee, Dan Abrams, Stacey Bendet, Molly Sims, Charlie and Lauran Walk, Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith.

The annual Family Fair will be fun times for a good cause, as it helps ensure that all families “regardless of ability, background, or income” can access the Museum. The proceeds from the Family Fair enable CMEE to make a difference in the lives of many children and families, as they welcome 65,000 visitors each year.

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I uploaded pictures of Mariska filming scenes for Season 18. Check them out below.

On Set
July 13, 2016

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When actress Mariska Hargitay started playing a sexual-assault detective on TV in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 1999, she began to get mail full of stories of personal abuse.

“She trained for the role at a rape-crisis shelter,” explains Kata Issari, 54, executive director of the Hawaii region of Joyful Heart Foundation, “and she was shocked at the statistics of sexual abuse and wondered why everyone wasn’t talking about these issues.”

Hargitay founded Joyful Heart in 2004 in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island, a place she would visit for its spiritual healing power. “In fact, some of our initial JHF retreats replicated her experiences in Kailua-Kona – such as yoga, art therapy or time in nature,” according to Issari, herself a witness to domestic violence when she was a child.

Issari has worked in the field of sexual and domestic assault for nearly 35 years. When JHF relocated its Kona office to Honolulu in 2011, Issari became its first executive director, with a staff of five. The nonprofit also has a national presence in New York and L.A.

“What drew me to Joyful Heart was its inclusivity in addressing issues of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Many organizations will only work on one of those issues, yet the reality for victims is that they’re not just survivors of only one of those crimes.

“The other thing that excites me about Joyful Heart is it has a very holistic approach, paying attention to mind, body and spirit.”

Although the organization leaves most direct services to partner agencies, it does provide healing workshops to survivors, as well as to other healers who also suffer a form of trauma as part of their work supporting victims of violence.

JHF also engages in educational programs with nonprofit and government partners to end domestic abuse and sexual assault in the state, and it advocates with its partners to seek justice for survivors – specifically to end the backlog of untested rape kits.

And, Issari points out, JHF does not apply for government grants, but raises money only from private sources, so as not to compete for public funding with other nonprofits.


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