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‘Law & Order’ Star Ice-T Shares How He Keeps His Marriage With Coco Austin Alive

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Ice-T shared that “jungle sex” keeps the spark alive in his 22-year marriage to Coco Austin.

He emphasized the importance of maintaining attraction and addressing any issues quickly.

Ice-T also highlighted the importance of being teammates in a marriage and finding a spouse who can handle life’s challenges.

“That flame has to stay lit,” he said.

“When that flame goes out and you’re not really attracted to each other anymore, you have to address that very quickly because it’s something that’s necessary.”

“I think Coco and I are teammates,” he said.

“We have to be teammates, not opponents, not assets, not liabilities. I value what she brings to me, and I think it’s vice versa. We appreciate each other.”

“Getting married is like casting for a movie,” he said. “You got to pick somebody who’s ready for all the scenes.

“Now, there’s gonna be fun scenes,” Ice-T added. “There’s gonna be sad scenes. There’s gonna be tough scenes. There’s gonna be fight scenes.

“A lot of people don’t sign up for the whole movie. They just sign up for the good part.”

He noted the similarities between him and Coco and the value of appreciating each other’s qualities.

“The fact of it is, Coco and I are almost like identical,” Ice-T said. “Coco’s an outgoing chick. She’s borderline exhibitionist. She likes to show herself. She’s fun like that.”

“I dig that. So, you gotta find somebody who you really like them as themselves.”

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