Looking at some of these pictures, it appears that NCIS: Los Angeles star Renee Felice Smith is quite happy in this special place.
Smith, who played Special Agent Nell Jones from Seasons 2-12 on the CBS drama, put up these pictures of her on Instagram.
By the way, the NCIS: Los Angeles actress just loves architecture. This is where you can find Smith in these snaps.
Smith, 36, also has done film work besides appearing on TV.
Among them is The Relationtrip, a 2017 release where she played Beck. But this film, in which she was an executive producer, writer, and director, won the Dallas International Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Narrative Feature Competition.
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With those pictures of her enjoying the different architectural designs of homes in Hudson, N.Y, it might be totally OK to wonder what she has been up to after leaving the show.
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Back in September 2021, Renee Felice Smith went to Colorado and shared her trip on Instagram. She posted a photo of a gorgeous mountain backdropped by clear blue skies.
“Colorado, you’re impossible to capture but fool i am, i’ll continue to try,” the caption with the photo read.
Yet this is not all.
The NCIS: Los Angeles actress has been making sure to give some quality time to her four-legged fur babies.
So, in October 2021, Smith posted a photo of three of her dogs, Velma, Alfie, and Stitch, gathered at the beach.
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Smith captioned the photo “pals” and used hashtags for all of her dogs.
“Where is Mabel?” one fan asked in the comments, inquiring about one missing pup. Smith replied, “On a sofa bed, chillin.'” Hugo also was missing in the photo, too.
What else has she been doing? Smith wrote a children’s book, Hugo and the Impossible Thing, with her partner, writer, and producer, Chris Gabriel. It’s a story about Hugo who proves all animals in the forest wrong. He conquers The Impossible Thing.
But Hugo battled a life-threatening disease. If you cannot draw a parallel, The Impossible Thing stands for Hugo’s disease.
Kirkus Reviews described the book thusly: “The perfect story for goal-oriented readers (as well as those who need the occasional nudge).”