You don’t have to have visited New York to understand its cultural impact. It has influenced so many great songs, from Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind” to the Cranberries’ “New New York” and The Beastie Boys’ “No Sleep Til Brooklyn.” Then there’s Madonna’s “I Love New York” and Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York.” I mean, the list is endless. That’s why it’s no surprise that “NCIS: Los Angeles” alum Renée Felice Smith recently fell in love with Hudson, New York.
She and her long-term partner, Christopher Gabriel, appeared to be running errands and couldn’t stop gushing about the city. Here’s why she was “slightly freaking out” in her most recent Instagram post.
Renée Felice Smith Channels Her ‘American Pickers’ Spirit
According to the caption, Renée Felice Smith is just getting started in the chaotic world of antiquing and picking. It has already made her consider a “hoarder lifestyle,” with her asking if “[anyone] needs an armchair.” And where are the professionals when you need them? Danielle Colby and Mike Wolfe of “American Pickers” could undoubtedly give her a few pointers. Perhaps even a bike…
Take a look:
According to reports, Renée Felice Smith and Christopher Gabriel have known each other since middle school. A fairytale-style love story. Maybe that’s why the “NCIS: Los Angeles” alum joined forces with him to try their hand at writing together.
While they are both still very active in the Hollywood film industry, it appears that their new adventure as authors is going well for them. They recently published a book titled “Hugo and the Impossible Thing.”
Alum of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Shares a Last-Minute Christmas Present Idea
Renée Felice Smith recently announced the publication of her book. It’s only available from Red Jacket Books, and the star thinks it’s the ideal last-minute Christmas gift for your little readers. It follows a brave little dog on an adventure to conquer the impossible. Along the way, he meets a variety of woodland creatures and learns about things like determination.
Smith previously revealed in an interview that the book was loosely based on the life of the couple’s own dog. Unfortunately, the couple’s French bulldog was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. Fortunately, he was able to recover from his life-threatening illness and live a happy life. With the help of his animal-loving parents, he overcame all odds against this “impossible thing.”
Renée Felice Smith and her co-author can be seen proudly displaying the cover here: