Bellisario began her career as an actress when she was still three years old on her father’s film The Last Rites in 1988. The actress continued to appear in projects like Quantum Leap, First Monday, and yes NCIS. In 2010, the child actress garnered critical acclaim for her major performance in the movie Consent which earned her both the Vision Fest Award for Best Acting by a Female Lead and the FirstGlance Philadelphia Award for Best Actress.
On NCIS, Troian Bellisario plays Sarah McGee who is the younger sister of one of the main characters of NCIS, Special Agent Timothy McGee and is also the daughter of Navy Admiral John McGee. During her final appearance on the TV series, Bellisario’s character shows up at Timothy’s apartment and confesses murder. The loving brother that Timothy risks his career as an NCIS Special Agent to keep her from getting busted.
Catherine Bell Then
Catherine Bell dropped out from UCLA during her sophomore years after she received a modeling offer from Japan. When she came back to the US, Bell decided to pursue a career as an actress and eventually found her way into quite a few TV shows. Later on, she would star in the Dolph Lundgren film, Men of War.
Although Catherine Bell didn’t make an appearance on NCIS, the American actress did manage to work on a major role in the series that started the development of NCIS - JAG. Catherine Bell played the role of Sarah MacKenzie, who endured a problematic past and ran away from home when she was still a teenager. MacKenzie would eventually enlist in the Navy and reach the rank of Lieutenant Colonel prior to season 5.
Catherine Bell Now
Following her eight long year stint with JAG, Catherine Bell continued to appear in hit shows like Law & Order and King and Maxwell and become widely known for starring in films like The Good Witch and every film that was based on the original. In 2006, she received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress on Television for her performance in The Triangle.
While filming the 1992 movie Death Becomes Her, Catherine Bell came across the actor and production assistant of the film, Adam Beason. The two would end up marrying on May 8, 1994, and give birth to two children, a daughter named Gemma and a son named Ronan. The property got sold in 2010 however, and the couple publicly validated the rumors that they were already divorced at some time prior to September of 2011.
Troian Bellisario Now
In 2009, Troian Bellisario got the lead role in the free-form series Pretty Little Liars. Besides her performance on the show, the American Actress also became a star for the WIGS series Lauren, in which she garnered significant recognition and the New York Film Festival Award for Best Performance by an Actress. She even started directing and made her debut as a director on Pretty Little Liars for episode 15 of season 7.
In 2009, Troian Bellisario began dating Suits actor Patrick J. Adams following their work on the play Equivocation. The star couple broke off shortly but ultimately reconciled after Adam played the guest role “Hardy” in Pretty Little Liars in 2010. They tied the knot on December 10, 2016, in Santa Barbara, California. A couple of years later on October 8, Troian shared on Instagram that she and Adam have given birth to their first child.
Darby Stanchfield Then
Darby Stanchfield started her acting career in theatre and first appeared on TV in 2000 on an episode of the CBS crime drama, Diagnosis: Murder. She also appeared in films as well, performing the leading lady role opposite Josh Duhamel in the movie adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray from Oscar Wilde and shared the spotlight with her co-stars in the comedy-drama Waitress.
Darby Stanchfield was cast as “Shannon Gibbs,” the deceased wife of Jethro Gibbs on NCIS. The character mostly appears on the show as a memory of Jethro Gibb’s past life. She would then reappear again in a flashback showing Special Agent Gibb’s previous life where she was still alive, and the two were still together. And finally, she appeared for a third time in the same flashback manner in the ninth season of the show.