Before she played Eleanor Bishop on NCIS, Emily Wickerman made various appearances in a number of TV shows. She played ‘Rhiannon Flammer’ in The Sopranos, ‘Ceci Madison’ in Law and Order, and ‘Emily’ in Bored to Death. She was also the leading lady in Cecily von Ziegesar’s Gossip Girl, which was aired by The CW network. The Kansas-born actress also made an appearance on the Late Night with David Letterman, in 2006.
Aside from her TV show performances, she has also been cast in a number of films, such as Glitch and Gone. Nevertheless, the majority of her acting is still on NCIS. As a matter of fact, Wickerman has already performed in a total of 112 episodes and even played a part in an episode of the New Orleans spin-off. The American actress tied the knot with musician Blake Hanley, on November 23rd, 2010, on Little Palm Island, in the Florida Keys
Marina Sirtis Now
Martina Sirtris landed regular roles in several TV series, including NCIS where she portrayed the Director of Israel’s Intelligence service known as Mossad. In 2014, she was cast as one of the co-stars of the horror film Finders Keepers and a year later, made an appearance in the British movie A Dark Reflection. A couple of years after that, Sirtris starred in another movie My Summer Prince, from the Hallmark channel.
Marina Sirtis was born and raised in London from working-class Greek parents. She was accepted to Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1976, when she was still 21 years old. After she graduated from Guildhall she started her career as an actress by taking part in the Connaught Theatre. Outside of her work in the film and movie industry, Marina Sirtis is also a strong advocate of animal rights.
Emily Wickersham Then
Emily Kaiser Wickersham gained popularity as an actress when she portrayed the role of Special Agent Eleanor Bishop on NCIS. Born in Kansas and raised in Mamaroneck, New York, she decided to go to Muhlenberg College but dropped out after a couple of years to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.
In 2013, after the death of her character, Ziva David, thus the departure of actress Cote de Pablo, Wickerman's character was introduced. She was now NSA Analyst Eleanor "Ellie" Bishop, for three episodes and later landed a recurring role on the show, as her character was promoted to NCIS Probationary Agent.
Cote de Pablo Then
On NCIS, María José de Pablo Fernández, also known as Cote de Pablo, played Ziva David, a former Israeli Mossad officer who eventually became an NCIS special agent. In 2013, it was made public by CBS that the Chilean-American actress would part ways with NCIS, due to personal reasons, although she did manage to stay long enough to conclude Ziva David's storyline at the start of Season 11.
Many fans were saddened by the sudden death of such a beloved character. Nevertheless, the role brought Cote de Pablo plenty of success, including an Imagen Award at the Imagen Foundation Awards for Best Supporting Actress, and an ALMA Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Television Series.
Cote de Pablo Now
The Chilean-American actress also performed in the 2015 CBS miniseries, The Dove Keepers, from a novel written by Alice Hoffman. De Pablo is also set to make a comeback on TV, in the thriller Prototype. Deadline Hollywood also revealed on August 28th, 2018, that Cote de Pablo and former NCIS co-star, Michael Weatherly, would serve as the executive producers of the soon to be released CBS detective drama, MIA, written by Shepard Boucher.
Cote de Pablo publicly shares a relationship with Ecuadorian-born American actor, Diego Serrano, although the two were reported to have separated in June 2015. As a result of the intense fight scenes in NCIS, de Pablo became injured a number of times, including her neck and back areas. Today, she resides in Los Angeles, working towards her next big role on TV and film.