You Won’t Believe What Daniela Ruah Just Revealed About NCIS: LA!

Daniela Ruah, renowned for her portrayal of Kensi Blye on NCIS: Los Angeles, faced insecurities at the start of her acting journey over two decades ago. Despite initial fears of rejection, she made her breakthrough on national television in 2009 when she joined NCIS: Los Angeles as Agent Kensi Blye. Prior to her role on the CBS cop drama, she primarily worked in Portuguese television, notably starring as Sara in the soap opera Jardins Proibidos for a year.

During an interview on The Wayne Ayers Podcast, Ruah openly discussed the challenges she faced while working in Portuguese soap operas. She highlighted the initial difficulties and the pressure to accept every opportunity as a newcomer in the industry. Offering valuable advice for aspiring actors, she emphasized the importance of being flexible yet assertive on certain matters.

Ruah underscored the significance of basic professionalism, such as punctuality, while also stressing the importance of setting boundaries. She encouraged actors to prioritize their well-being and not hesitate to decline requests that could negatively impact their health or performance.

Recognizing the demanding nature of the industry, Ruah noted that while it’s common for professionals to request various commitments, individuals must discern what they are comfortable with and what might have long-term consequences.

Although NCIS: Los Angeles concluded its 14-season run earlier this year, Ruah remains active in her career. She recently showcased her versatility by portraying Fatima in the Netflix Portuguese series Turn of the Tide, demonstrating her talent beyond the familiar NCIS setting.

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