‘NCIS’ Star Sean Murray Says He Misses Michael Weatherly ‘Like Crazy’

by Joe Rutland
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NCIS star Sean Murray does not hold back when he expresses the fact that he misses Tony DiNozzo actor Michael Weatherly on the set.

Murray, who plays Timothy McGee on the CBS drama, shared some thoughts about Weatherly on Tuesday over on Twitter.

Obviously, the NCIS star is responding to a Weatherly tweet from back on Dec. 11.

Weatherly played DiNozzo for 13 seasons. These days, he’s playing Dr. Jason Bull on the CBS legal drama Bull.

Murray is one of the show’s actors who have been on since Season 1. That’s either as a regular cast member or a recurring character.

‘NCIS’ Goes Through Some Changes Also Since Harmon Left On-Screen Role

NCIS has gone through some changes this season with Mark Harmon, who plays Leroy Jethro Gibbs, leaving the show. Harmon is still part of the show as an executive producer, but there is no word as to whether or not he will return in front of the camera.

Actor Gary Cole joined the cast as Alden Parker, who has moved into the leadership gap left by Gibbs’ departure.

Also, the show moved from its longtime Tuesday night timeslot to Mondays at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central. It has been a lead-in for another spin-off, NCIS: Hawai’i, starring Vanessa Lachey.

Longtime fans do wonder if Weatherly will ever take a guest-starring turn. At this time, there is no word about him doing so. Again, he’s busy with his own show.

Yet it probably is a case of “never say never” for the world of NCIS. Maybe someday, Murray and Weatherly will share the screen again as McGee and DiNozzo.

Murray Wishes He Could Give His Younger Self This Piece of Wisdom

If you find yourself worrying too much, then know that you are not alone.

Just look at NCIS star Sean Murray.

Murray decided that he was going to be an actor when he was just a kid.

What about life goals? Well, Murray sat down with Forbes back in 2017. He wished that he could go give his younger self this piece of wisdom.

“Stop worrying so much,” the NCIS star said. “Worrying is the biggest waste of energy and bad for you.”

This is just another example that shows actors are just people like us at the end of the day. For however popular and famous they may appear to be, we all have to deal with things like worry. It’s pretty cool that Murray was willing to share his life advice to himself so that we can learn along with him.

“A lot of us wish we could have told our younger selves that,” he admitted. “Don’t sweat the small things.”

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