“Blue Bloods” star Abigail Hawk plays a confidant of Frank Reagan on the show, but she decided to be different on Halloween.
Hawk plays Detective Abigail Baker in the CBS police drama.
For Halloween, she’s choosing Dracula. Take a look at what she shared on Instagram.
Some of her fans were definitely in a chilling mood after seeing this photo.
Fan eyegore560 writes, “I’ll give you $20 if you wear that in an episode!”
Another fan, eldonlauber, writes, “What big eyes you have!😳😵💫🎃”.
Then copsincdekalb shares, “Sorry you can’t be scary you are too nice of a person.”
Hawk has been a part of “Blue Bloods” since its first season in 2010. She is among NYPD Commissioner Reagan’s inner circle. Tom Selleck plays Frank Reagan.
Catch a new episode of the CBS police drama this Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.
‘Blue Bloods’ Lead Star Once Rewrote Scene For Hawk Because Of A Special Reason
So, you want to know what type of show “Blue Bloods” is for its cast?
Let’s look at this story. One time, Selleck rewrote an entire scene for Hawk.
An article from Looper states that Hawk was not able to shoot a specific scene.
So Selleck made the call meaningful decision as Hawk was delivering her son.
But Hawk actually went into labor while shooting an episode. She later said, “Tom Selleck literally rewrote a scene around the delivery of my son, which is a pretty awesome legacy.”
That didn’t end, though, the level of love shown to her and her family.
Hawk calls the “Blue Bloods” cast and crew “a big family.”
“[J]ust having other moms understanding how fatigued I was,” she said, “making sure that the bags underneath my eyes were taken care of, just little things like that…It’s been a wonderful, wonderful time.”
Hawk Talks About Challenge Of Playing Her Character On CBS Police Drama
Can playing a character like Baker be challenging for Hawk?
She talked about it in an interview. Well, a five-year age difference is between herself and her character.
Hawk has to look into the future about her role.
Also, there is her role as the detective but also the Assistant to the Commissioner. She and Selleck have talked at length about how her role came about in the NYPD.
“Most likely he brought her on as his Assistant to the Commissioner because something happened meritoriously,” she said. “So, in order for her to be promoted through the ranks, being as young as she is, she would have had to do something meritorious because it wouldn’t have just been like a regular promotion when due for a promotion.”