‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star Eric Christian Olsen Shares Breathtaking Photo of His ‘Little Fox’

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.

NCIS: What Kensi and Deeks moment broke Daniela Ruah’s heart? ‘Couldn’t stop crying,’ she said

NCIS LA fans adore Kensi and Deeks’s on-screen romance. But which scene made Daniela Ruah the most emotional?

Fans of NCIS: Los Angeles will recall that Kensi Blye (played by Daniela Ruah) and Marty Deeks have had their fair share of dramatic moments (Eric Christian Olsen). However, star Daniela Ruah has revealed that there was one scene in particular that made her cry uncontrollably.

What Kensi and Deeks scene made Daniela Ruah cry?

There’s no denying that fans of NCIS Los Angeles adore the show’s romantic storyline involving Kensi and Deeks.

Their romance has grown over the years since Deeks joined near the end of season one.

This resulted in their much-anticipated wedding on the show in season 10, which was one of the show’s highlights for viewers.

In an interview with TV Insider before filming the wedding, the actors revealed their favorite scenes.

Among the highlights for Eric Christian Olsen was the pair’s real first kiss, which occurred in season four.

“Deeks comes at her and kisses her, saying, ‘How’s that for communication?'” he recalled.

While Ruah admitted she enjoyed their first fake kiss in season three, when they had to pose as a married couple undercover.

“It definitely sparked something in the characters,” she told the publication.

During the interview, Ruah did, however, reveal which scene between the duo she found the most difficult to film.

She discussed how the heartbreaking season nine finale was one of her most emotional moments.

“The fight in the parking lot?” she asked. What caused the breakup? In the table read, I couldn’t stop crying.”

Viewers will recall their altercation in the parking lot, which occurred after the pair had discussed how they could balance their lives while working on NCIS.

Deeks had been pressuring Kensi to agree that their next mission would be their last and that they would leave the team.

This all came to a head in episode 23 when they met in a parking lot and confronted each other about their feelings on the subject.

Kensi admitted she couldn’t see herself leaving the team in the near future, sparking a heated debate between the two.

“The longer we stay in, the more likely it is that this will end really badly for us,” Deeks explained. “Are you aware of this?”

He told her that if they got out, they could have a wonderful life together, just the two of them, and that they should consider having children.

“I can’t give that to you without lying to you or compromising who I am, and I will never do that to either of us,” Kensi said.

But Deeks responded, “Then I don’t think we should get married.”

Thankfully, when Season 10 began, the couple reconciled, which set up their beautiful wedding.

Both Kensi and Deeks will return to the hit drama series for Season 12 later this year.

As a result, fans will be hoping for more emotional scenes between the two in the series.

Eric Christian Olsen of NCIS: Los Angeles warns fans, ‘Everything else is lying!’

Eric Christian Olsen, best known for his role as Marty Deeks on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, has issued a strong warning to his Instagram followers.

With the 12th season of NCIS: Los Angeles set to premiere on CBS before the end of the year, fans have been keeping up with the cast and crew on social media for updates on when characters like Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and Kensi Blye (Daniele Ruah) will return. However, as the stars’ popularity grew on social media, Olsen was forced to call out a fake account and warn his Instagram followers to stay away.

Throughout the lockdown imposed as a result of the c0r0nav1rus pand3mic, Olsen has kept his 509k Instagram followers up to date on what he’s been up to.

Olsen is no stranger to the social media platform, whether it’s updates on his wife Sarah’s pregnancy or adorable days out and homeschooling adventures with his children.

So when he discovered a fake account in his name, the NCIS: LA star didn’t hold back.

Taking to Instagram stories, he shared a screenshot of a fake account published by the actor’s fanpage.

The page, EricChristianOlsenFans, had issued a warning to its followers: “Please be aware that this is a bogus account! Eric’s sole Twitter handle is @EricOlsen!!!”

Similarly enraged, Olsen shared the post to his stories along with his own statement.

“Warning!” exclaimed the actor. “I have only one account!”

“Everything else is a lie, a cheat, a scum of the earth!”

To avoid any confusion, the Marty Deeks star encouraged his followers to report the suspicious account.

This isn’t the first time the actor has sh0ck3d his Instagram followers in recent weeks.

Olsen joined his wife earlier this month to share exciting baby news as she enters the final term of her pregnancy.

Sarah, his wife, began the update by saying, “I’m very excited to now be full-term, and we’re anticipating this baby every day.”

“Before I go back to work would be nice,” Olsen joked, though NCIS: LA has since resumed production following the update.

“I’d like to see and hang out with the baby,” he added.

“Just so we don’t have to keep saying ‘the baby,'” Sarah continued.

“I figured now would be a good time to let everyone know what we’re having.”

The adorable couple then debated who would inform their fans about their baby’s gender reveal.

“We’re having a girl,” the NCIS: Los Angeles star revealed.

Following the news, the pair’s followers, friends, and colleagues alike inundated them both with messages of congratulations.

Daniela Ruah of NCIS: Los Angeles Speaks Out About Kensi and Deeks’ Baby Plans. ‘I Didn’t Think’

NCIS: LOS ANGELES will return in less than two weeks, and special agents Deeks and Blye will be preparing to welcome a new member of the family.

In the upcoming season of NCIS: Los Angeles, Daniela Ruah has teased what will happen to Kensi Blye and her husband Marty Deeks (played by Eric Christian Olsen). After putting adoption plans in motion in the previous episode of the CBS spin-off, their efforts to start a new family will face even more obstacles in the coming weeks.

Daniela Ruah, star of NCIS: Los Angeles, has teased some major surprises for Kensi Blye and Marty Deeks in season 13.

Following the bittersweet finale before the summer, the spin-off will return in just two weeks to begin a brand new season.

Following their struggles with infertility, Kensie and Deeks will embark on the next stage of their marriage in the first episodes of the next installment.

Now that they’ve agreed to adopt the child, the two agents will realize the process will be far more difficult than they anticipated.

“They just want a little kid to love,” Ruah recently told TV Insider.

However, their demanding jobs with the NCIS threaten to derail their plans to provide a loving home for a child.

Furthermore, a case involving Asian American hate cr1mes early in season 13 will force them to reconsider their approach to parenthood.

“Kensi and Deeks ticked the box [on the adoption application] that race wasn’t an issue but didn’t think about what that might entail,” Ruah explained.

“You want this child to be able to relate to their native culture and fit in.”

The adoption plans of Kensi and Deeks will allow the series to address some serious issues this time around.

Although the two agents are clearly unconcerned about their new baby’s race, they may have overlooked the challenges and expectations that come with raising a child from a different background than their own.

To prepare for the upcoming storyline, the actress confirms that the show’s producers have spoken with specialists and thoroughly researched the adoption process.

“I know how much joy and fulfillment having children has brought me,” Ruah continued.

Daniela Ruah is the mother of two children with her husband David Olsen, Eric Christian Olsen’s older brother and stunt double.

The series regular will undoubtedly incorporate her own parenting experiences into her character’s upcoming storyline.

It hasn’t been confirmed which episode Kensi and Deeks will introduce the NCIS newcomer, but fans will undoubtedly be delighted to see the couple introduce the show’s newest – and cutest – addition.

Unfortunately, adding a new baby or young child to the mix will make the combined agents even more vulnerable to outside threats.

Finally, Ruah stated, “Kensi has seen the most heinous, heinous cr1m1nals, [so she and Deeks] just want love and positivity in their home life.”

Her remarks will undoubtedly serve as a reminder to fans. Kensi’s nemesis, David Kessler (Frank Military), is still on the run after escaping last season.

He’s already sent a threatening message to the agent at NCIS HQ, so it’s only a matter of time before he returns to exact his revenge.

‘A Lot More Pressure To Accomplish It,’ Says NCIS LA Chief About Marty Deeks’ History Episode

Marty Deeks, an NCIS LA agent, is one of the most intriguing characters in the show’s history, and showrunner R. Scott Gemmill teases that more of his biography may be revealed in the current season of NCIS: Los Angeles.

The popular spin-13th off’s installment is presently running on CBS every Sunday. After finally becoming an official member of the NCIS team last year, Agent Marty Deeks (played by Eric Christian Olsen) will endure some of his most difficult assignments yet, but NCIS: Los Angeles fans still don’t know everything about his background before the series. The showrunner admitted it’s something they’ve been thinking about, but warned it won’t be in this season.

Deeks and his wife Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) will return on Sunday night for one of the show’s most horrifying stories, following the assault of a Vietnam War veteran.

Viewers are expecting that the NCIS spin-off would dive deeper into the agent’s murky past.

“We’ve never done the ‘Deeks, M’ episode,” Gemmill said, hinting at what’s to come.

For years, some viewers have been clamoring for a special Deeks episode.

Several key and recurring characters have had their own episodes addressing their backstories throughout the series.

The title of each episode is based on the character’s initials, and fans have come to appreciate characters like Blye, K, Callen, G, and Reznikov, N throughout the years.

Despite being one of the most beloved characters on the program, Deeks has yet to earn his own episode centered on his backstory.

“We haven’t really determined on what we want to accomplish yet,” the showrunner continued.

“And now that we’ve waited this long, it feels a lot more pushed to accomplish it in such a way that the fans feel like the wait was worthwhile.”

Finally, he told TV Line, “To be honest, we’ve had a lot on our plate this year.”

According to Gemmill’s statement, Deeks would not be getting his own prequel episode this season.

Viewers are still perplexed as to how Deeks went from being a public defender to becoming a police officer after his entrance in season one.

The question of what transpired after the agent shot his own violent father remains unsolved.

Furthermore, the roots of Deek’s legendary dark alter-ego Max Gentry would make for an exciting episode.

Season 13 appears to already have a lot of storylines to tackle.

Team leader G Callen (Chris O’Donnell) is once again entangled with Russian spies, and the group is still mourning the d3aths of Nell Jones (Renée Felice Smith) and Eric Beale (Barrett Foa).

After seeing yet another violent 4tt4ck in episode two, there is even speculation that Deeks and Kensi may retire or maybe leave the series for forever.

Over the previous two years, both NCIS and its Los Angeles-based spin-off have bid farewell to several key individuals, with Leroy Gibbs (Mark Harmon) set to depart soon.

As Deeks’ time on the show may be coming to an end, ideally the series can pull back the curtain on his origin story before he departs.