Blue Bloods star Bridget Moynahan has been in the public eye for quite some time now. The star of the CBS drama has been with the program since the beginning. The Blue Bloods star recently looked back at 2004 with a throwback photo on her personal Instagram page.
In the post, it’s a picture of Moynahan of Blue Bloods during a press tour for the film ‘I, Robot’ 17 years ago, if you can believe that, Outsiders.
Her caption read, “@flauntmagazine I, Robot promo. by @zacposentbt.”
Fans loved the flashback photo. One fan wrote in the comments, “Such an extraordinary woman. Beautiful inside and out.”
Another fan wrote, “And I thought she couldn’t get more beautiful”.
Bridget Moynahan on ‘Blue Bloods’ Today
Moynahan has been on the program since the beginning. However, it is fair to wonder, why, at this point, she continues to ply Erin Reagan and not go on to do something else. Over a decade with one program is a long time.
She told Glamour, “It all has to do with the writing and new, more complicated storylines. We also have a team of actors who really appreciate the job and each other. We know how lucky we are to be on this show—and such a long-running show at that. It doesn’t come around that often, so when you’re working with people who express gratitude, it just fuels the show. Everybody wants to show up and do their best work.”
The writing and working with the team that she has to go a long way. The vibe on-set is clearly good and she enjoys the character and the writing that she is playing, which also goes a long way.
She continued, “I think it comes from family. It’s easy to think, Oh, I’ve done this, so let me go do that, where the grass is greener, but I think all of us understand what a good thing we have here. I know Donnie [Wahlberg] and Tom [Selleck] feel the same way. We are grateful. When I went to And Just Like That… and started filming, everybody was so grateful and gracious, from the writers, creators, and producers to every actress I worked with on that show. Sarah Jessica Parker is such a kind, welcoming human being. I was taken aback that they were so thankful that Natasha was back. Meanwhile, I was just like, thank you. Really, thank you. It was just nice to be around that energy.”
There is no reason to leave. She views the cast and crew as family. Especially Donnie Wahlberg and Tom Selleck. Gratitude is clearly a big part of the team there and she’s happy. You can watch Blue Bloods on CBS.