Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > Law and Order SVU > Season 18 > 1801 “Terrorized”
Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > Law and Order SVU > Season 18 > 1802 “Making a Rapist”
We’ve updated the Kelli Giddish Fan Gallery with the first photo from season 18!
Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > SVU > Season 18 > Promotional Photos
Kelli was back on SVU this week and I’ve updated the gallery with screencaps.
Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > Lawe and Order SVU > 1712 “A Misunderstanding”
If there’s one thing we know about Law & Order: SVU’s Rollins family its that drama runs deep, so when Mama Rollins comes to town, well, all bets are off (yes, the gambling pun is intentional). In the exclusive sneak peek of “Maternal Instincts” below, we meet Rollins’ mom Beth, played by Oscar nominee Virginia Madsen. Yup, Rollins (Kelli Giddish) has been promising the arrival of her mother for episodes and she’s finally here. Is it any surprise that with Beth comes drama?
She’s drinking, flirting with Carisi and making reveals left and right. But don’t worry, she’s going to have a diet soda after every glass of champagne. “‘Cause that works,” Rollins says.
Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > Law and Order SVU > 1701 “Devil’s Dissections” & 1702 “Criminal Pathology”
Kelli Giddish Online Gallery > Law and Order SVU > 1703 “Transgender Bridge”
There’s a new member of the SVU squad! Kelli Giddish and her husband, Lawrence Faulborn, welcomed their first child on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Her famous costar Ice T was among the first to break the news.
PHOTOS: Babies born in 2015
“At the hospital with the newest SVU member Ludo,” the rapper-turned-actor tweeted. In the photo, Ice’s wife Coco Austin, who is also pregnant, holds Giddish’s baby in a blue and white striped blanket, while the new mom looks happy and smiles.
Giddish told Us Weekly last month during an SVU press event that she and the rapper’s wife had bonded over their pregnancies. “We’ve spent some time together,” the actress said. “We all hung out over Labor Day.”
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The seventeenth season of NBC’s drama series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit will receive its UK premiere on Universal Channel on Sunday October 18th at 10pm, it has been announced.
Created by Dick Wolf, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit revolves around the activities of the Manhattan Special Victims Unit of the NYPD, which investigates sexually based offences. The drama series is produced by Wolf Films in association with Universal Television and stars Mariska Hargitay, Ice T, Tamara Tunie, Kelli Giddish and Raul Esparza. The new season is set to pick up from the events of last season’s finale, which saw a wounded Nick Amaro (Danny Pino) leave the NYPD and head to California to join his family.
On Sunday, August 30th, USA will air a special ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ “NO MORE Excuses” marathon featuring stars of the Network’s original hit series lending their support for the effort to end domestic violence and sexual assault. The marathon, in partnership with Mariska Hargitay’s Joyful Heart Foundation and the NO MORE campaign, will include custom wraps and PSAs with important information and resources during each episode from 12pm/11c to 11pm/10c.
USA talent participating in the effort includes SUITS’ stars Gina Torres, Patrick J. Adams and Sarah Rafferty, GRACELAND stars Aaron Tveit and Daniel Sunjata, ROYAL PAINS star Mark Feuerstein, MR. ROBOT star Rami Malek, and WWE Superstar John Cena. The marathon will also include original wraps with Mariska Hargitay and other current and former SVU cast members such as Raul Esparza, Kelli Giddish, Chris Meloni, Danny Pino, Peter Scanavino and Ice-T. The episodes in the marathon include a plethora of guest stars including: Gloria Reuben, Maria Bello, Peter Gallagher, Jason Beghe, Jesse McCarthy, Kathy Griffin and Sophia Bush.
“It’s been a great privilege being a leading partner in NO MORE from the beginning,” said Mariska Hargitay, founder of the Joyful Heart Foundation. “Society continues to misplace shame and blame on survivors-both women and men. That has to end. By confronting the myths and excuses we rely on to avoid ending domestic violence and sexual assault, NO MORE fills me with confidence and renewed determination that we will put an end to the violence.”