Jamie Lee Curtis back to CBS’ ‘NCIS’ as Dr Samantha Ryan, wants to be a regular cast

By on Apr 7, 2012 in Entertainment, Hollywood, Television, United States Comments

Jamie Lee Curtis is being set to reprise her role at CBS‘ ‘NCIS‘ as Dr. Samantha Ryan, a potential love interest of Special Agent Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon, a role she said she wants to do on a regular basis.

Jamie Lee Curtis on ‘CBS This Morning’
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As noted at CBSNews.com on Friday, April 6, 2012, Jamie Lee Curtis was a guest at ‘CBS This Morning‘ that morning and announced that she will be back at NCIS, a US police drama TV series which is currently on its 10th season.

According to the report, Curtis, 53, who appeared on the said TV series twice this year, talked about her career, life and aging, as well her thoughts on returning to the show, with her appearances was notably well-received by the viewing public.

“Gibbs is one of the most interesting male characters on TV. What I love, is that every woman I know is holding out hope, particularly single women – even some married women – that if they wait long enough, Gibbs will wait for them.” Curtis was quoted as saying during the interview.

“If they can figure out the storytelling, which I’m sure Gary (Glasberg) can, I would obviously love to. I’ve very much enjoyed establishing her life and her role on the show, and now I would love to be able to play a little bit with (Gibbs).” Curtis added.

“He’s a fascinating character … He’s a tough nut to crack. He’s like a war photographer … he’s very much in his own world looking and trying to solve the world’s problems, but for this woman to be able to get in there a little bit, has been really challenging and fun.” Curtis explained further.

Jamie Lee Curtis, who is married to Christopher Guest since 1984 and also a best-selling book author, was initially known as the “scream queen” for her roles in ‘Halloween‘, ‘The Fog‘, ‘Prom Night‘, and ‘Terror Train‘.

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