Naval Crime Investigation Service Stars Mark Harmon and Sean Murray collaborated on their popular CBS program for the 18th season. During the years when they played agents Leroy Gibbs and Tim McGee, there were interesting similarities between performance and real life.
Murray said that Harmon has always been his actor mentor, just as Gibbs told McGee a few things.
Sean Murray attributes Mark Harmon to the success of “NCIS”
Cast and staff Naval Crime Investigation Service When they aired the 400th episode of the crime drama, they recently reached an important milestone. It is extremely rare for scripted episodes to last such a long time, and Murray attributed Harmon’s success to Harmon.
Murray said to Country Life in 2019: “In 16 years, if it weren’t for Harmon, we wouldn’t be here. Harmon is a very special person.”
Murray described Harmon as “a true actor”, “pursuing its authenticity and truth.” He said that every actor is working hard to do this. “Boy, is he good at it,” Murray said of Harmon.
Harmon has always been a well-deserved star Naval Crime Investigation Service Since the pilot episode in 2003. Murray also appeared in the first season as his first role before joining the cast full-time in season 2.
At this point, Murray said he was very familiar with McGee and could “turn it on and off.” He said that as the series developed, his approach to characters has also evolved. He started with some thoughts and background stories about the character, and now it’s all about “beating it” and finding a way through it.
Sean Murray and Mark Harmon worked together ten years before “NCIS”
When Murray was 15 years old, he participated in a show called Western stag. Western scripts of the 1990s should feature Jeff Bridges. However, due to schedule conflicts, they had to find someone else to come in and play the “drunk radio clown”.
“And they asked Harmon to do this…I will never forget. That was the first time I saw Harmon. Even then, he left a deep impression on me.” Murray recalled Tao.
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Actor tells ladies conversation In 2017, he remembers how Harmon was so impressed when he was a teenager. He said that they did not spend a lot of time in this episode.But when Murray came Naval Crime Investigation Service, He said Harmon “remembers him for all these years.”
CBS postponed season 18 again
As fans know, the start of Season 18 was a shocking cold start, when Gibbs shot McGee twice while trying to stop the plane from taking off. But after a few minutes of opening, the show has not revisited the storyline because they can be traced back to the past.
It was a challenge to air season 18 during a pandemic. The actors and crew did not start to work until September, which delayed the premiere until November.
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Then, after the first two episodes were broadcast, CBS skipped the week that episode 3 was broadcast. Now, the 4th episode of “Sunburn” according to the 18th season of “Express” will not be broadcast until next year.
There are also conflicting reports regarding the actual return date of the show. Some reports claim that it will happen on Tuesday, January 5, while others say it will happen a week later on January 12. Either way, CBS will play classic plots at the same time.
New episodes of Naval Crime Investigation Service Return to CBS (CBS) in January 2021.