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The murders of three elderly women are linked to a home-nursing facility where the owner, Matt Spevak, is considered a suspect. Huang believes the rest of the murders were committed as revenge on her mother. The mother's body is exhumed, and from her grave, which has the names and birthdates of all of the family, the detectives learn that Emma and Matt are actually fraternal twins. Huang figures that Emma has always been in Matt's shadow as she's the younger twin, and the rope she used to murder the women was a sign of that. Warner's autopsy proves that the mother was murdered as she has the same puncture mark as the last victim, but they don't have enough evidence to charge Emma, so at Huang's suggestion, Stabler and Benson act like Stabler is very bossy and demanding of Benson like Matt was to Emma and Benson pretends to sympathize with Emma to get her to confess: Emma's mother was dying of cancer for five years and Emma took care of her. She killed her to end her suffering while her brother was in medical school. She reveals that there's more than five victims six with Matt : there's dozens who she doesn't know the names of. She murdered them with air embolisms while she was going to school and all she knows of their names is that they were called "Mama. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.
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After 15 seasons of playing detective Olivia Benson, Hargitay has not only grown into her own confident womanhood but embraced the melding of her character with…her character. Few actors would admit to the real-life impact their fictional lives have. And absorbing the deep emotional trauma of victims who continually share their experiences with her in random encounters and in year upon year of fan mail has in turn deepened her ability to inhabit her character. This past season Olivia Benson became the victim, assaulted and kidnapped — tied up and thrown in a trunk — by a psychotic rapist with deceptively jaunty looks. As a viewer, it stood out from years of seeing Det. Benson with her gun slung on her hip, staring down at some perp with a determined snarl. The scenes of her tossed in a trunk with a gag around her mouth, or as a terrified woman tied to a bedpost and entirely at the mercy of a violent criminal, were nothing short of mind-bending. Hargitay, who also directed an episode this past season, said she reveled in the challenge. I wanted to show how horrible it is. A lot of things.

The actor, director and executive producer opened up about her longtime association with the iconic character. Read on the original site. New Plymouth rest home too busy to provide humane care to terminally-ill woman - stuff. NRL club bosses warming to welcome Israel Folau back despite rejecting return last year - stuff. How to enjoy Metro s Restaurant of the Year list on a budget - stuff. Dylan Cleaver: Rugby s dumbest rule needs to be scrapped - nzherald. Forward March: five looks for the new month — in pictures -. Cross-Whitehall unit set up to counter false coronavirus claims -. Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal -. Legal heavyweights prepare for start of Alex Salmond trial -.

After 15 seasons of playing detective Olivia Benson, Hargitay has not only grown into her own confident womanhood but embraced the melding of her character with…her character. Few actors would admit to the real-life impact their fictional lives have.

And absorbing the deep emotional trauma of victims who continually share their experiences with her in random encounters and in year upon year of fan mail has in turn deepened her ability to inhabit her character.

This past season Olivia Benson became the victim, assaulted and kidnapped — tied up and thrown in a trunk — by a psychotic rapist with deceptively jaunty looks. As a viewer, it stood out from years of seeing Det. Benson with her gun slung on her hip, staring down at some perp with a determined snarl. The scenes of her tossed in a trunk with a gag around her mouth, or as a terrified woman tied to a bedpost and entirely at the mercy of a violent criminal, were nothing short of mind-bending.

Hargitay, who also directed an episode this past season, said she reveled in the challenge. I wanted to show how horrible it is. A lot of things. It does. She was born in Santa Monica and grew up in sunny California in a charmed circle of good looks, celebrity and privilege. And yet in some ways there have always been direct lines between Hargitay and her on-air, working-class character. On the day of this interview, someone tweeted Hargitay a head shot split down the middle: Jayne Mansfield on one side, Hargitay on the other.

They look like the same person. At 50, Hargitay is as beautiful as she has ever been, her wide-set dark eyes alight in intelligence and intensity as she speaks. But her life is limned by tragedy.

Mansfield was killed in a freak car accident in Louisiana in in which Hargitay and her two siblings were in the back seat. Hargitay, who was three at the time, came away with a scar on the side of her head and an indelible awareness of loss. Her TV character Olivia Benson has physical and sexual abuse in her past, part of what drives her mission to heal others, to avenge violence against the weak. I was very strong because of my father.

We come from the same pain. She said her father became the true north of her childhood, who taught her about family and strength and stability. She seeks justice, she needs justice. She protects victims with ferocity, how I would protect my children. It makes her powerful, and it also makes her vulnerable.

Motherhood, coming later in life for Hargitay, is the other facet that has deepened her work on screen. In she married Peter Hermann , an actor she met on the show. They have three children between three and eight; two of them are adopted, all of them are adorable and Hargitay pulled out her phone to show them in costume at a recent family outing.

It was a marker for me, a rite of passage. Hargitay won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in , and was nominated eight consecutive times between and Hargitay wears a small blue circle on her jacket, the symbol of her foundation, and at the first opening took a long detour into the problem of uninvestigated rape kits. There are things people swept under the carpet for years.

Now is the time to talk. If we talk, justice can be served. People can be healed and crimes can be prevented. Why are we here? To be of service. Just joking. Not really. Photographed by Jayne Wexler for TheWrap. Show Comments. Keep Reading Keep reading by creating a free account or logging in. Continue Login.



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