Well, Outsiders, you cannot keep NCIS star Katrina Law away from the holiday festivities as she’s getting ready to roll.
So, Law, who plays Special Agent Jessica Knight on the CBS show, shared a video on Instagram on Sunday.
She is showing off her challah raisin bread. Let’s take a look at this from Law.
This type of bread is connected to the Jewish holiday Hannukah. But we do not know, Outsiders, if this is the case or that Law is just making this type of bread for the season.
She joined NCIS late in its 18th season, then became a full-time cast member in Season 19.
Other TV shows where she appeared include Hawaii Five-O, Reba, Chuck, and The Oath.
Much like other shows right now, NCIS is on a holiday hiatus as far as new episodes go. A new episode of the series will air on Jan. 3, 2022.
‘NCIS’ Star Once Paired Up With ‘Yellowstone’ Alum For Roles In Show Together
Back on Dec. 5, Katrina Law shared a sweet selfie with Yellowstone alum Neal McDonough.
Both of them attended Comic-Con Los Angeles together as they relived their days appearing on Arrow.
McDonough played Damien Darhk, who was the leader of H.I.V.E. He was also the former best friend of Ra’s al Ghul and a member of The League of Assassins.
What role did Law play? Nyssa Raatko/Nyssa al Ghul.
The NCIS star talked about her character.
“Nyssa didn’t necessarily grow up with what she perceived [as] a bad childhood,” Law tells Telltale TV. “She grew up knowing that this was her place in the world. What she was meant to be. She was the Heir to the Demon, and eventually, she would be the Demon’s Head. She always knew her place, and everything she did was in pursuit of that goal — to eventually be the head of the League of Assassins.”
McDonough says that he “always gravitated more towards the fun villain.” Now, what’s the best part for him? “I’m making a wonderful living at it,” he tells The Los Angeles Times.
On Yellowstone, the Taylor Sheridan-created series had McDonough play Malcolm Beck for six episodes in Season 2.
Back in 2015, he said about Arrow, “We’re starting fresh with Darhk, which is great, so we can go anywhere we want. Later on in the series, we’re going to do all these flashbacks to show where he was and how he became who he is today.
“It’s great to not have to say, ‘I’m Lex Luthor, well how am I going to beat Gene Hackman in that one?'” McDonough says. “I’m glad that Darhk is not a very well-known DC entity.”