"NCIS: Los Angeles"
5555 Melrose Avenue
Building 213, Suite 220
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Don’t get me wrong, your presense is always valued and even welcomed. And I’d much rather converse with you face-to-face. But let’s drop the pretense shall we? The only thing your presense is not going to do is this: change… my… mind. —
Drama Multi-Episode Storyline – Mental Health
Grey’s Anatomy: Bailey’s OCD
Homeland: Season 3
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – “Surrender
Benson” / “American Tragedy”
NCIS: Los Angeles – “Ascension” / “Impact” /
Parenthood – “Small Victories” / “Let’s Be Mad
Together” / “Election Day”
Male Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline
Justin Chambers, Grey’s Anatomy
LL Cool J, NCIS: Los Angeles
Jonny Lee Miller, Elementary
Eric Christian Olsen, NCIS: Los Angeles
James Remar, Grey’s Anatomy
On the television side, LL Cool J won outstanding actor in a drama series for CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles and Kerry Washington won outstanding drama series actress for ABC’s Scandal, which also took outstanding drama series. BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood won outstanding comedy series, with the show’s Kevin Hart winning acting honors.
There’s a new little guy on the set of NCIS: Los Angeles!
Daniela Ruah and fiancé David Olsen welcomed their first child, son River Isaac Ruah Olsen, on Monday, Dec. 30, the actress confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
“He’s healthy and strong, which is all we could ask for,” Ruah, 30, tells PEOPLE. “We are so happy, so thankful and feel so blessed to have brought him into the world.”
Ruah and Olsen met on NCIS: Los Angeles, where she plays Special Agent Kensi Blye. Her fiancé, a former Navy SEAL, acts as a stunt double for his younger brother Eric Christian Olsen on the CBS drama.
The couple had announced the pregnancy in September.
“I’m so thrilled about this new chapter as a parent with David,” she told PEOPLE at the time.
“Its amazing how in love I am with this little person I’ve only seen on a black and white screen. I’m starting my own family and there is no other feeling like it.”
Cult film antihero Danny Trejo will bring some bang to a February sweeps episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Trejo, whose myriad pulpy big screen turns include Machete Kills, The Devil’s Rejects and From Dusk Till Dawn, will guest-star on the CBS drama as a character who has past ties not just to Hetty, but Callen and Sam as well.
“It’s a big episode that takes everyone down to Mexico, where there’s a lot of action as well as character stuff for Callen, Sam and Hetty,” NCIS: LA showrunner Shane Brennan tells TVLine.
Trejo’s recent TV credits include an arc on Sons of Anarchy and episodes of Maron, Bones and Modern Family.
NCIS: LA returns from its holiday break on Jan. 14.
Awesome news – LL is hosting the Grammy Nomination concert Dec 6th at 10pm!
Terri White, Barrett Foa, Jennifer Leigh Warren and Ginifer King will be part of Over the Rainbow, A Tribute to Yip Harburg Nov. 19 at Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles.
The evening is presented as a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The 7 PM concert promises a celebration of classic songs and some rarely heard gems from E.Y. Harburg’s catalog of over 500 songs.
Harburg’s grandson, Aaron Harburg, is producing along with with Craig L. Byrd.
In addition to White (Finian’s Rainbow, Follies, Barnum), Foa (Avenue Q), Warren (Marie Christine, Diamonds Are Forever) and King (Gypsy, “Haunted Hathaways”), the evening will include Spencer Day, Ben Caron and the group Exist Elsewhere.
Harburg collaborated with such composers as Harold Arlen, Vernon Duke, Jerome Kern, Jule Styne and Burton Lane. He won an Academy Award in 1940 for penning “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with Harold Arlen for the beloved film “The Wizard of Oz.” Among Harburg’s contributions to the American songbook are “Down With Love,” “Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe,” “April in Paris,” “How Are Things in Glocca Morra?” “It’s Fun to Be Fooled,” “Only a Paper Moon,” “When I’m Not Near the Girl I Love,” “Paris Is a Lonely Town,” “Old Devil Moon” and “Right As the Rain.” His stage musicals include Finian’s Rainbow, Flahooley, Bloomer Girl, Blue Holiday, Life Begins at 8:40, The Happiest Girl in the World, Jamaica and Darling of the Day.
For tickets, ranging $20-$40, click here. Rockwell Table and Stage is located at 1714 N. Vermont Ave in Los Angeles.