After appearing in the smash-hit Marvel series Falcon and the Winter Soldier, an up-and-coming actor is taking on NCIS: Hawai’i.
In the latest development of the highly anticipated NCIS spin-off, Noah Mills is being casted as a member of Hawai’i team, Jesse.
The news was first reported by Variety, who exclusively learned about the addition to the cast that already features, Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami and Jason Antoon. Further, the outlet was able to give details about what the role will entail.
Per Variety, Jesse is a “former big-city detective” who traded the demands of that job for the islands of Hawai’i. The character also looks to do things by the book and has serious interrogation skills. However, he balances work with raising his child, who is part of a 4-H group.
Those combinations of traits equal a man who is well-versed in the land of Hawai’i, but also has all the abilities of a major city homicide detective. Obviously, a pretty sweet combo for his task in NCIS: Hawai’i.
Additionally, he is apparently the guy who’s worked with Jane Tennant, the main character, the most.
Now with four roles set and three writers on board, NCIS: Hawai’i is coming together. Per the outlet, Matt Bosack, Jan Nash, and Chris Silber are all writing the show.
Where You’ve Seen NCIS: Hawai’i Actor Noah Mills Before
You may have seen Noah Mills in Falcon and the Winter Soldier, but his career expands beyond that. Before he got on TV, though, he was one of the world’s biggest models.
Mills was a prominent member of several Dolce & Gabbana campaigns, as well as tons of work for Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors and Gap. This is not to mention his modeling for Versace and Gucci.
He made his way onto the screen in 2010 with Sex and the City 2. He also took on three episodes of 2 Broke Girls as Robbie. Other acting credits include The Brave and The Enemy Within.