‘Law & Order’ Star Camryn Manheim Heads Out To the LA Rams Game

by Samantha Whidden
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On Tuesday (December 21st), Law & Order star Camryn Manheim took to Instagram to share a snapshot while attending the LA Rams football game with her family.

In the post, the Law & Order castmate declared, “Welcome to The Rams House. The Sofi Stadium is INCREDIBLE. Such an exciting game between The Rams and The Seahawks. We got this LA!!”

The latest post comes just one week after SVU star Mariska Hargitay welcomed Manheim to the Law & Order franchise. As previously reported, Manheim is part of the original series’ reboot. In the social media post, Manheim declared, “About last night… This amazing woman welcomed me into the Law & Order family. We ate Shake Shack burgers and she got me even MORE excited (if that’s even possible) about this new wonderful adventure I’m going on. Thank you, M for your warmth and grace.”

Manheim will star in the reboot alongside Sam Waterston, Anthony Anderson, and Jeffrey Donovan. The show will premiere on February 24, 2022. 

Law & Order Star Camryn Manheim Opens Up About Her Acting Career 

During a 2019 interview with the Jewish Journal, Law & Order star Camryn Manheim opened up about her acting career. “I think my mom is more proud that I’m running for union office than any actin I’ve done.”

The actress recalled her participation in the production of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe at a summer camp one year. “Everybody stood up and clapped for me. And I felt like the entire camp was now my friend. Theater found me. It was bashert.”

Although she wrote her bestseller book Wake Up, I’m Fat in 1999, Manheim said she’s not really sure if she wants to write another book. “Writing is so isolated. And I’m a people person. But I’m really glad I wrote it.”

Manheim also stated that if she does write a book, it might be based on the lectures she gives to NYU graduate students. “Every year, I give a master class on how to get along in the real world. And how to make the items between [roles] matter by doing service. It’s really meaningful to me to prevent actors from going into a really dark place. Because the industry is so difficult.”

Manheim then proclaimed she is proud of her accomplishments. “But the thing that stands out to me is that I’ve been able to use the work that I’ve done for social change and use my voice in arenas that would have been otherwise unheard, and give a voice to people who don’t have one.”

In regards to her future plans, Manheim added that even though she has goals, she doesn’t want to wish for too much more than what she has. “I’d feel selfish because it’s been such an amazing journey for me. And now, I’m on an exciting show that I’m so proud of. My life is full. I count my blessings every day.”

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