‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Alum Lucas Black’s Son Gets His First Deer

by Joe Rutland
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What a day for NCIS: New Orleans alum Lucas Black and his son as Gus Black picked up his first deer while hunting with Dad.

Black, who played Christopher LaSalle for six seasons on the CBS spin-off from NCIS, is one mighty proud papa.

Take a look at his son Gus, his catch, and what Dad wrote on Instagram.

Black left NCIS: New Orleans in 2019 to spend more time with his family.

But he also returned to be a part of the Fast & Furious franchise of films. He appeared in F9 as Sean Boswell, the role he has had throughout his appearances.

Black is very active on his social media platforms, sharing moments with his family.

NCIS: New Orleans saw its seven-season run on CBS end on May 23, 2021. Scott Bakula of Quantum Leap fame starred as Special Agent in Charge Dwayne “King” Cassius Pride.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Alum Posts Message About Teaching Sons Value of Hard Work

It’s quite obvious that Lucas Black of NCIS: Los Angeles fame loves his kids a whole lot.

He stays focused on raising them with solid values in their lives.

As we mentioned earlier, Black shares some of his life on social media. He did it with a video of him and his sons on Instagram.

Black writes in the caption for the video, “The boys help their daddy on Saturday around the house. We replaced some tile and organized our house by getting rid of some things.”

He notes that having his sons help teaches them life lessons.

“It might take longer when your kids are working with you, but the lessons are valuable,” Black writes. “I’m thankful that my kids have made the connection that you earn money by working. It is not given.”

While being a proud dad is welcome, the NCIS: New Orleans alum sees his sons growing up.

Black Shared Message of Gratitude Online For Living In United States

Back in September, Black shared a thought about his gratitude for living in the United States.

He writes on Twitter, “Our Founding Fathers knew our RIGHTS come from God, not man, not government. That is why it is so stated in the United States Constitution. I am Thankful to have this written in the framework of the country which I live #Constitution #USA”.

This post came just days after he wrote a special post on Instagram. That one was dedicated to those who lost their lives during the September 11th attacks.

“9/11 We will always Remember,” Black writes. “The images of that day will live in our minds forever. And they should. So many emotions. So many thoughts.”

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