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The upcoming NCIS: Origins series has added three new cast members to its roster: Daniel Bellomy, Caleb Martin Foote, and Robert Taylor. These actors will bring fresh faces to the prequel series, set to launch next season, which delves into the early days of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, originally portrayed by Mark Harmon in the original NCIS series.

Bellomy steps into the role of Special Agent Granville “Granny” Dawson, a young probationary agent eager to climb the ranks from his position as the Evidence Custodian’s assistant to a field agent.

Foote takes on the character of Special Agent Benjamin “Randy” Randolf, described as the agency’s affable golden boy. Assigned to guide the newly minted Agent Gibbs, Randy’s experience as a father of young twins has honed his patience.

Taylor portrays Jackson Gibbs, the stern father of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a character previously depicted by Ralph Waite in various episodes of NCIS.

The series, featuring Austin Stowell, Kyle Schmid, Mariel Molina, Tyla Abercrumbie, and Diany Rodriguez, promises to offer insights into the formative years of one of NCIS’s most iconic characters. The premiere date for NCIS: Origins is yet to be announced, but the addition of these talented actors adds further intrigue to the series. Are you excited to explore the origins of NCIS with this new cast?

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