‘NCIS: Origins’ Welcomes Tyla Abercrumbie and Diany Rodriguez to Series Regular Cast

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Tyla Abercrumbie, known for her role in “The Chi,” and Diany Rodriguez, recognized for her work on “The Blacklist,” have been announced as the latest series regulars to join the cast of CBS’ upcoming prequel series, “NCIS: Origins.” The prequel, which has received a straight-to-series order for the 2024-2025 broadcast season, is produced by CBS Studios and executive produced and narrated by Mark Harmon.

In “NCIS: Origins,” set to begin in 1991, viewers will delve into the earlier years of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, portrayed by Austin Stowell. The series follows Gibbs as a newly minted special agent at the NIS Camp Pendleton office, under the leadership of NCIS legend Mike Franks, played by Kyle Schmid.

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Abercrumbie will take on the role of Mary Jo, the Field Operation Support Officer at the Camp Pendleton office. Described as both a product of her time and the backbone of the team, Mary Jo humorously refers to herself as “HSIC” – Head Secretary in Charge.

Rodriguez joins the cast as Special Agent Vera Strickland, a no-nonsense Brooklynite known for her sharp wit and tough demeanor. Despite facing discrimination in her career, Vera is unyielding and ready to take on any challenge.

Mariel Molino has been cast as Special Agent Lala Dominguez. The series is co-written and co-showrun by David J. North and Gina Lucita Monreal, with Jason Kennedy serving as the casting director.

“NCIS: Origins” promises to provide viewers with insight into the early years of Gibbs and the formation of the NCIS team, offering a fresh perspective on the beloved procedural drama. With a talented ensemble cast and seasoned creative team behind the scenes, anticipation is high for the premiere of this prequel series.

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