"NCIS" adds some new blood for season 14
With Michael Weatherly set to depart at the end of this season, the "NCIS" folks have some room on their roster. And they're filling it with British actor Duane Henry.
Henry will have a recurring role next season as Clayton Reeves, an MI-6 officer described as "offbeat and fun, with swagger to spare. He has a professional confidence that's impossible to disregard."
Henry has appeared on numerous series in the U.K. including "Doctors," "Law & Order: U.K." and "Doctor Who."
"We think we found something really special in Duane Henry," showrunner Gary Glasberg said in a statement. "His unique blend of charm, heart and athletic physicality is going to be a great addition to the mix. Everyone at 'NCIS'is excited to have him join us."
Also joining the series in a recurring role is "24" vet Sarah Clarke, who will play an FBI special agent.
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