Cote de Pablo released a statement to Deadline.com regarding Gary Glasberg’s death:
Cote de Pablo, who co-starred on NCIS from 2005-2013, released the following statement to Deadline: “I worked with Gary Glasberg for years during my time at NCIS. The news is shocking and sad. My thoughts and prayers are with his wife and his two kids, with the cast and crew…..I will remember him by his great big smile.”
According to Deadline.com, the drama pilot ‘Prototype’ has not been picked up by SyFy. However they are reporting that the production company is shopping the project elsewhere to see if there is further interest. We would love to see Cote back on the small screen sometime soon!
(We’re a bit late on this…but here we go!)
Cote de Pablo has been included among the 2016 Imagen Award nominees! She has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress – Feature Film for The 33. Her co-star Kate del Castillo was also nominated in the same category.
For a full list of nominees and to see all where The 33 was nominated, please see the Imagen Awards website here.
Cote de Pablo is featured as a part of the #IAmAnImmigrant campaign launched by Welcome.us, a nonprofit dedicated to celebrating a United States fueled by diversity and also in celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month.
Read more about the #IAmAnImmigrant campaign below and at the campaign’s website, iamanimmigrant.com:
Now – more than ever – it is important to demonstrate how America’s diversity – fueled in great part by immigrants – makes us stronger and more connected as a nation.
This Immigrant Heritage Month, the #IAmAnImmigrant campaign encourages all of us to explore our individual heritage & recognize our distinct and shared experiences. We all have our piece in the American story, whether as a new immigrant, native to this land, a descendent of slavery or those who came to our nation seeking a better life.
#IAmAnImmigrant honors each of our families’ sacrifices, struggles and successes – America’s strength is reflected in our diversity built over generations.
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For those that did not watch the season finale of NCIS, but just want a (very very very) stripped down and quick recap of how Cote/Ziva was represented in the episode…here we go. If you will be watching eventually and don’t want to know, caution: Spoilers Ahead.
From The Swellesley Report:
The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s staged reading of Death and the Maiden will take place as scheduled on Monday, April 25 at Babson’s Sorenson Center for the Arts at 8pm, but the theatre company has announced that actor Pedro Pascal has had to bow out. Pascal, known for his roles in HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s Narcos, unfortunately has a scheduling conflict now, as he mentions in this video message.
Pascal is being replaced by an accomplished local actor named Nael Nacer, who will be joined on stage by Chilean actress Cote de Pablo, best known for her role on CBS’s NCIS, and NYC’s Joel Perez, currently appearing on Broadway in the Tony award-winning production of Fun Home.
All of the free general admission tickets have been reserved for the performance, but you can join the waitlist if interested, or can buy a ticket for the post-show reception, which will guarantee you entrance to the performance as well. Those who have tickets and can no longer attend are asked to send notice to firstname.lastname@example.org so that the tickets can be freed up.
Please remember that nothing has been confirmed yet, anything that is out there at this time is merely speculation from the small teasers we’ve been given.
I’m just quoting the relevant part of the article, to read the full piece please to go to TVGuide.Com. Please note that there are also spoilers if you have not yet seen this week’s episode of NCIS.
The May 10 episode finds the NCIS crew continuing their manhunt for the escaped British spy who (presumably) shot Morrow (Alan Dale) in this week’s episode, and who leaves one NCIS colleague fighting for his/her life in the penultimate installment. Could the person on life support be Tony? Glasberg won’t say, but when asked if Tony’s decision to leave NCIS is one that he makes on his own or is forced into, the executive producer notes: “It’s a little bit of everything. There are outside influences. There are issues that come up. There are crossroads that he faces. It’s, across the board, something that has a mammoth impact on him — and understandably, would take that significant an impact to have him step away from his NCIS family.”
Of course, the big question on everyone’s minds is whether Ziva David (Cote de Pablo) will play a role in Tony’s exit. “Tony’s relationship with Ziva certainly will have an impact on his reason to depart NCIS — but just like his relationship to McGee or to Gibbs or to anybody [will],” Glasberg demurs. “In terms of who he is as a character, is she a part of who he is? Absolutely.”