NCIS Cast: Shocking Transformations! Uncover the Jaw-Dropping Where Are They Now? Secrets!

The enduring CBS drama NCIS, which premiered in 2003, has undergone numerous plotlines and cast changes over the years. As the show enters its 21st season in 2024, new characters take the lead while the series continues to explore evolving dynamics among special agents.

In the upcoming season, characters portrayed by Sean Murray and Gary Cole maintain their partnership, Brian Dietzen and Katrina Law’s roles further intertwine due to on-screen chemistry, Wilmer Valderrama’s character grapples with past tensions, and Diona Reasonover’s role copes with the loss of David McCallum and his character, Ducky. NCIS, with its latest installment, solidifies its position as the third longest-running primetime drama ever.

Reflecting on the show’s history, it’s intriguing to see what former cast members have been up to since leaving the CBS series:

  1. Mark Harmon (Leroy Jethro Gibbs): After nearly two decades as Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Mark Harmon left NCIS in 2021. While his character Gibbs was written off the series, Harmon emphasized that Gibbs is “not retired” and is living in Alaska.
  2. Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto): Known for her role as quirky forensic scientist Abby Sciuto, Perrette left NCIS in 2018 after 15 seasons. Post-NCIS, she returned to television in the CBS sitcom Broke in 2020, which was canceled after one season. In 2022, Perrette revealed she had suffered a massive stroke the previous year.
  3. Sasha Alexander (Caitlin Todd): Alexander, who played Special Agent Caitlin Todd, left the series after the season 2 finale. She later starred in Rizzoli & Isles, Shameless, and made a guest appearance on Curb Your Enthusiasm.
  4. Michael Weatherly (Anthony DiNozzo): Weatherly portrayed Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo until 2016. Following his departure, he starred in the CBS legal drama Bull, which faced controversy and was canceled in 2022 amid sexual harassment allegations against Weatherly.
  5. Cote de Pablo (Ziva David): De Pablo played Special Agent Ziva David, departing the series in season 13. She returned in later seasons, and in 2018, it was reported that she and Michael Weatherly would executive produce the CBS detective drama MIA.
  6. Emily Wickersham (Ellie Bishop): Wickersham, who portrayed Special Agent Ellie Bishop, left the series after the season 18 finale. She announced her departure on Instagram and later welcomed a son named Cassius.
  7. Maria Bello (Jack Sloane): Bello played forensic psychologist Jack Sloane from 2017 to 2021. She produced The Woman King and starred in Netflix’s Beef. Bello is engaged to chef Dominique Crenn.
  8. Jennifer Esposito (Alex Quinn): Esposito starred as Special Agent Alexandra “Alex” Quinn in season 14. She left NCIS and went on to appear in Blue Bloods, The Boys, and Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens.
  9. Duane Henry (Clayton Reeves): Henry played M16 agent Clayton Reeves from seasons 13 to 15. After leaving NCIS, he had roles in Captain Marvel, A Gingerbread Romance, and Mistletoe in Montana.
  10. David McCallum (Ducky): McCallum portrayed Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard from the show’s inception until his death in 2023. A seasoned actor, McCallum left a lasting legacy with his work on NCIS and earlier projects like The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

As NCIS continues its legacy, both with its longstanding characters and the fresh faces driving the narrative, the cast members, past and present, contribute to the rich history of this iconic television series.

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