Ice-T: Why ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Is Like Therapy

With nearly 19 seasons under its belt, Law & Order: SVU is the third-longest running drama in television history, behind only Gunsmoke and the original Law & Order. While only Mariska Hargitay has been on the show from the beginning, Ice-T comes in a close second — he joined in the second season as Det. Fin Tutuola and has been there ever since. He’s extremely proud to be part of the show, not just because of its quality, but because of its importance to society. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ice-T)

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

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Ice T: Law & Order: SVU 17 Seasons And Still Going Strong

ice-t-arrestedLaw & Order: SVU enters its 17th season tonight on NBC. Over the course of the past few seasons, we’ve seen such series stalwarts Christopher Meloni and Dann Florek depart from the show. One thing that remains constant, however, is continued dedication from Emmy/Golden Globe Winner Mariksa Hargitay and Ice T..

Ice T, who plays Detective Odafin ‘Fin’ Tutuola and has been with the series since the second season, has given gut wrenching performances over the years. With the changes that the drama has seen over the years, he says it doesn’t seem that  SVU has been on for 17 seasons. Though there has been many changes, SVU remains a strong series. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ice T)

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

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Tracy Marrow, better known as rapper and actor Ice-T, was arrested today in New York City.  Police say that the 52-year old supporting star of TV’s Law & Order was stopped for not wearing a seat belt.  Well, you don’t usually get arrested for such infractions, but instead of remaining starstruck, police ran a check and found that the play-like NYPD detective was driving with a suspended license.  T’s thoughts were reportedly posted on his Twitter, saying that the  cop had told him that “I know who you are and I don’t give a f*ck!” Ice-T was then escorted to the 10th Precinct where he (apparently) underwent further method actor training.  After undergoing his delightful prison processing, Ice-T said that his license rap was a lie,  and that the arresting officer was a “punk b*tch rookie cop. No comment on what jailhouse memories he’ll take back to the set.