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Mar 13

On September 18th 2011, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen and his brother David participated at the 25th Annual Nautica Triathlon, an event benefiting the UCLA Mattel´s Children´s Hospital in Los Angeles.

Check the video with Jay Leno introducing the NCIS: LA cast runners and all the photos at the gallery link below.

25th Annual Nautica Triathlon – Jay Leno… by DanielaRuahFans

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Mar 13

I´ve finally updated all the photos that were missing to the gallery, namely several NCIS Los Angeles On Set photos, 2010 Candids and Parties/Events that Daniela attended. Enjoy 😉

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Feb 13

Daniela Ruah has just joined the cast of Proof, a theatre play by the Whitmore Eclectic Productions which will take place at The Hayworth Theatre from April 20 to May 12, in Los Angeles. “Proof”, by David Auburn, premiered on Broadway in October 2000. It received national attention, earning the Drama Desk Award, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Tony Award for Best Play.
She will play Catherine, the female lead.

Daniela Ruah acaba de ser escolhida para integrar o elenco da nova adaptação teatral de Proof (A Prova), uma adaptação da obra literária de David Auburn, cuja estreia na Broadway teve lugar em Outubro de 2000 e que foi distinguida com vários prémios, entre os quais o Prémio Pulitzer de melhor Peça de Teatro.
A produção será levada a cabo no Teatro Hayworth de 20 de Abril a 12 de Maio, em Los Angeles.
Daniela irá interpretar Catherine, a protagonista.

About the Play:
Catherine, the twenty-something daughter of an esteemed mathematician, has just laid her father to rest. He died after suffering through a prolonged mental illness. Robert, her father, had once been a gifted, ground-breaking professor. But as he lost his sanity, he lost his ability to coherently work with numbers.

The audience quickly learns that Catherine is brilliant in her own right, but she fears that she might possess the same mental illness which ultimately incapacitated her father. To make matters worse, her older sister wants to take her to New York, where she can be cared for – in an institution if need be. On top of everything else, Hal (a devoted student of Robert’s) searches through the professor’s files hoping to discover something useable so that his mentor’s final years weren’t a complete waste.

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That’s when Hal discovers a pad of paper filled with profound, cutting-edge calculations. He incorrectly assumes the work is a product of Robert. In truth, Catherine wrote the mathematic proof. No one believes her. So now she must provide proof that the proof belongs to her. (Note the double-entendre of the title.)


Feb 13

Chris O’Donnell has starred on NCIS: Los Angeles as special agent “G. Callen” for each of the procedural drama’s four seasons. Passionate about getting behind the lens, he recently directed an episode of the show, and ET gauged the cast’s reaction to his directing.

While a little friction between O’Donnell and his co-stars wouldn’t be entirely unexpected in his new role, the cast revealed that he was nothing but a pleasure to work with. If anything, his personal acting experience made it easier both for him and his co-stars in communicating orders.

“I’ve loved it,” said Daniela Ruah (“Kensi Blye”). “The expectation of Chris directing was very exciting, especially because as a cast I think we’re very open about giving each other ideas for scenes. …So, knowing the kind of notes that Chris has given me before not as a director were always great, I was kind of positively expecting him to be great.”

The episode marks the first time that O’Donnell has directed the show, which made for a unique experience for the cast. Renée Felice Smith (“Nell Jones”) credited his effective directing from the onset to his extensive acting experience.

“It’s kind of seamless, his rolling into directing,” she said. “…It just kind of makes sense for our show. He’s a great director because he’s very specific in what he wants and he talks to the actor. He’s an actor himself, so he knows how it feels. …It’s really been a great experience. I hope it happens more often.”

O’Donnell revealed that he was excited to be directing the show for the first time, saying, “I’m having a blast with it. I love it.”

While the NCIS: LA cast is tight-knit group, LL Cool J (“Sam Hanna”) assured that no pranks were played on O’Donnell and he wasn’t subjected to any hazing.

“I’m giving him all the love I can give him,” he said.

Check out the video to hear O’Donnell’s co-stars’ opinions on his directing gig as well as a sneak peek at tonight’s episode. NCIS: Los Angeles airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on CBS.


Feb 13

Series Star Chris O’Donnell Directs the Episode

Aunjanue Ellis (“The Mentalist,” “The Help”) Returns to Guest Star as Sam’s Wife

“Wanted” – Sam fears for his family’s safety when his wife is called to resume a former CIA cover after a case suggests ties to the infamous Sidorov and his stolen nukes, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, March 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Series regular Chris O’Donnell directed the episode. Aunjanue Ellis (“The Mentalist,” “The Help”) returns to guest star as Sam’s wife, Michelle Hanna/Quinn.