Michael Weatherly won himself a legion of fans for starring as Agent Tony DiNozzo for 13 years before making his NCIS exit in 2016. Shortly after, Weatherly launched his own legal drama Bull with CBS, portraying the psychologist and trial-science expert Dr
NCIS legend Michael Weatherly – best known for playing Tony DiNozzo in the CBS drama – has shared a sweet tribute to a fellow actor he worked with on the recently ended series, Bull.
The former NCIS agent has celebrated his 54th birthday this week with a heart-warming throwback video on Twitter. Having spent over a decade with Leroy Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) and his team of investigators, Michael Weatherly has been taking a look
Michael Weatherly had originally shot to fame in the 1990s soap opera Loving, before moving on to Fox’s Dark Angel in 2002. But it wasn’t until he joined the cast of NCIS as Agent Tony DiNozzo did he reach true international stardom.
The series is also partially based on the career of Phil McGraw, who is famously known as Dr Phil and is credited as the show’s executive producer. When Weatherly first said goodbye to viewers, he dropped a major hint at a possible
After rumours of Bull coming to end circulated, Weatherly took to Twitter back in January to confirm the show would end after season six. In his tweet, the actor wrote: “Hello all! It’s been my privilege to play Dr Jason Bull but
Prior to NCIS and JAG, Weatherly had appeared in shows including Loving, Significant Others, and Jesse with one-off appearances in movies and series like Ally McBeal and Charmed. However, it was the Jessica Alba sci-fi series Dark Angel, which was a big
NCIS legend Michael Weatherly has paid a sweet tribute to his on-screen dad Robert Wagner in one of his latest social media posts, proving the feel-good NCIS relationships are still alive.
However, many speculate Bull was cancelled due to its tumultuous run on television after a number of allegations made against Michael. It was revealed Eliza Dushku, who starred as J.P Nunnally, departed from the series after reaching a $9.5 million (£7.6 million)
The sixth and final ever season of Bull is just a handful of episodes away from its series finale on CBS as fans ready themselves to say farewell to the likes of Jason Bull (played by Michael Weatherly) and Marissa Morgan (Geneva