Why Sean Murray Almost Never Starred In NCIS

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Why Sean Murray Almost Never Starred In NCIS

Could you imagine what “NCIS” would have been like without Special Agent Timothy McGee? Though he’s been a mainstay on the iconic program for the last 19 Seasons, Sean Murray dished he almost didn’t have a recurring role on “NCIS.” During his October 2020 appearance on the Australian morning show “Studio 10,” the actor revealed his character was originally slated to be a one-episode guest part during Season 1 in 2003. Murray said after he appeared as a rookie agent in two episodes in January 2004, everything “clicked.”

“Towards the end of that first season, it just felt like things were clicking right and gelling right,” Murray¬†shared with hosts while virtually stopping by the talk show program. “It was working, I think. Everyone felt it.” Reflecting back on the beginning of McGee’s run as a “stumbling rookie agent” on “NCIS,” the television star said his character has “grown quite a bit” since he first joined the cast nearly two decades ago. However, Murray had nothing but good things to say about his role, calling McGee a “really good agent.” The actor added, “It was really great to be invited full-time onto the show, and it’s been an incredible experience.”

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