Ice-T Reacts to Mariska Hargitay Exposing Her Unique Moniker for Him at Walk of Fame Ceremony (Exclusive)
2024/01/02

Renowned rapper and actor, Tracy Lauren Marrow, known by his stage name, Ice-T, received a heartfelt surprise during his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.

Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T's co-star on Law & Order: SVU, took the stage to present the legendary artist, and she shared a secret nickname she affectionately calls him. In a speech filled with admiration, Hargitay expressed her deep fondness for Ice-T. Grinning mischievously, she revealed, " He lets me call him Icy!" Ice-T couldn't help but burst into laughter at the playful reveal. The bond between the two stars was apparent as they shared this light-hearted moment during the ceremony. Upon receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Ice-T enthusiastically spoke about his enduring friendship with Hargitay. 

He acknowledged the immense success of Law & Order: SVU, which has become the longest-running show of its kind. Ice-T's life story is a testament to his resilience and determination. Growing up just thirty minutes away from where he now stands, the rapper and actor never could have imagined his name being etched on the famous Hollywood Boulevard.

But it was through acting that Ice-T cemented his legacy in the world of television. Following his breakthrough role as a detective in the film "New Jack City," he embarked on a successful acting career. His portrayal of Sgt. Odafin "Fin" Tutuola on Law & Order: SVU secured him a permanent place in television history. Joining the show in 2000, Ice-T has become the longest-running male actor in a TV series. As Ice-T reflected on the significance of his Hollywood Walk of Fame star, he couldn't help but express his gratitude to all his fans and supporters. 

Ice-T emphasized the importance of having a solid foundation and encouraged her to pursue a backup career alongside her dreams. As he looks back on his remarkable career, Ice-T's words resonate with hope and gratitude, reminding us all to dream big and never forget those who helped us along the way.

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