Nardwuar attended Hillside Secondary School in West Vancouver, where he was a member of the student council.
It was through the student council that he began booking bands for school events, and conducted his first interview, with Art Bergmann of Poisoned.
Leight spoke with about how Rollins' life will change, how motherhood will alter her dynamic with Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and why Amaro is not the father. I didn’t want to have deal with fern plants in front of her and fax machines and file folders. I just thought we would play the reality of what happens to a working detective who finds herself pregnant and how does she adjust to it.
Obviously for Kelli's character, there aren’t a lot of people in her life.
Fans waited 15 years for Benson to become a mom so was there ever a concern that this would be too soon after Olivia adopted Noah? Benson basically rescued baby Noah and adopted him, and Amanda's at an age where if you do get pregnant, you're not cavalier about it.
You're just at the point where you go to the doctor, the doctor says, "I have to tell you this is less likely to happen as you get older," and you start getting those speeches. And we will find out who the father is at some point early on in the season, and this is her choice. I've had a number of friends in real life have this happen to them.
Nardwuar's interviews are frequently shown on Much Music's Going Coastal, or printed in Chart. " if the subject doesn't volunteer his or her affiliations.
TAKE ME AWAY: To Switzerland, because I want to ski. GIVE ME A MINUTE: And I’ll read, play chess, visit the country or ride a horse.
His mother exposed her son to local history by bringing him to historical society meetups.
Nardwuar won a public speaking competition while in elementary school, where he was also a long-distance runner.
I'm fine." What is Benson thinking when she says that?
Benson knows there's no way it's not going to affect her. They'll have this in common, but it's also going to add, I think, stress to their dynamic.
He was accepted into the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 1986, the same year he changed his name to Nardwuar. D., Nardwuar pulled out a vinyl record featuring the very first recorded track by Pharrell, causing him to pause and say, "This is one of the most impressive interviews I've ever experienced in my life.