NCIS: Los Angeles actor Eric Christian Olsen enjoys playing Marty Deeks on the show, but he also has a deep and abiding love for his family.
On Thursday, Olsen took to Instagram and shared this adorable photo of one of his children.
Some of his followers who follow his account left comments.
“Awesome shot,” says Hollywoodroman m.
“Nice Lion King reference,” according to bestofncisla.
“As if creating a human being wasn’t miraculous enough, watching that gorgeous being flourish is even more amazing!” writes nannytofive. She’s stunning!”
Outsiders, we don’t know which daughter the NCIS: Los Angeles star is posing with in this photo. We do know that he and his wife, Sarah Wright, have two daughters, Esme’ Olivia and Winter Story. Wyatt Oliver is the couple’s son.
On the CBS drama, Deeks, played by Olsen, is staying in touch with Kensi Blye, played by Daniela Ruah. The on-screen couple keeps talking about starting a family and considering adoption.
While they have a connection on the screen, they are also connected in real life. On the show, Ruah is married to David Olsen, Eric’s brother and stunt double.
On the show, Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J play G. Callen and Sam Hanna, respectively. It airs on CBS on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star has ’15 Episodes’ written in his head, according to him.
This season, Olsen and Ruah share screen time as they work on cases together.
However, the NCIS: Los Angeles actors also worked behind the camera on an episode.
This season, Olsen wrote and Ruah directed an episode. Is he working on new episodes?
“I think I’ve got about 15 episodes written in my head right now,” Olsen said. “You wake up in the middle of the night with an incredible new cold open.”
Olsen, on the other hand, does not want to write episodes. He wishes to blend into the background of the show’s most adored character.
“I think that for me, the thing that I love the most about the show — the pillar of the show — is Linda [Hetty],” Olsen said of Hetty Lange actress Linda Hunt. “After her accident, it’s something I really missed, and I think the audience feels the same way — her POV, her character’s POV, and the strength and gravitas she brings to the show, but also to the team dynamic.”
“I really wanted to do a deep dive with a story for her, and I knew that when I got the chance to write my first episode, that’s what we’d do,” Olsen said.