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Jon Cryer (born April 16, 1965) is an American actor, screenwriter, film director, and film producer who first gained fame in 1986 for his role as "Duckie" Dale in the John Hughes film "Pretty in Pink"..
But nothing could have prepped him for the task at hand: saving the life of protagonist Gibbs (Mark Harmon), who was shot in the last season finale. This role came up so fast. I think he’s a good guy. He is also famous for appearing in the comedy series "Two and a Half Men". Actually I kind of hope I don’t come back. Jon Cryer has booked a return trip to NCIS for an upcoming February episode that will also feature Laura San Giacomo, EW has learned exclusively. How did you get into character? So it was only me, the guy who was supposed to be the badass doctor, who didn’t know what he was doing.
Jon Cryer talks about his love of ’NCIS’ and TV, wanting to play a dead body, and preparing to play a heart surgeon. ET on CBS.).
He is also famous for appearing in the comedy series "Two and a Half Men".
So far, the writers have only hinted at the depths of him. Way too comfortable making jokes in the operating room. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: We know Dr. Taft’s great at his job. That would’ve been great! What part of ‘I just want to die entertainingly in the first two minutes’ did you not understand?!”.
He’s not the kind of guy Gibbs usually takes to. This article, Jon Cryer Is Heading Into Surgery On NCIS, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. Could your relationship with the show continue beyond Taft’s arc this season? Offers may be subject to change without notice. Jon Cryer will be in the premiere of NCIS Season 13 as Dr. Taft, a surgeon holding Gibbs' life in his hands.. Cryer describes Dr. Taft as the Jeff Goldblum of Naval surgeons. Jan 7, 2016 - Jon Cryer's NCIS Character Has Us In Stitches Photos: NCIS on CBS.com
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© Copyright 2020 Meredith Corporation. I’ve loved it from the first season, but I always wanted to be one of the characters who die entertainingly in the first two minutes of the show. I spent a day working with a surgeon who they ended up hiring to actually assist me during the scene.
I kept thinking “I played a chiropractor for 12 years, that’s gotta count for something!”. What’s his personality like? JON CRYER: He’s kind of the Jeff Goldblum of naval surgeons. (NCIS premieres its 13th season on Sept. 22 at 8 p.m.
So when I first read the script and realized the importance of my character I thought “Sweet lord! What was it like working with Mark Harmon and having the life of NCIS‘ main character in your character’s hands?
What I’m looking forward to is seeing his friendship with Gibbs.
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Jon Cryer thought he’d be prepared for his guest spot on NCIS as Dr. Taft, a celebrated Navy surgeon, thanks to more than 10 years playing a chiropractor on Two and a Half Men.
I mean, how many times can they shoot Mark Harmon in the chest?
The actor spoke to EW about what it was like donning the medical gloves for the show. Bit of a wiseass. An edited version of this interview runs in Entertainment Weekly issue #1376, on newsstands Friday, Aug. 7. Nosotros y nuestros socios almacenaremos y/o accederemos a la información de tu dispositivo mediante el uso de cookies y tecnologías similares, a fin de mostrar anuncios y contenido personalizados, evaluar anuncios y contenido, obtener datos sobre la audiencia y desarrollar el producto. Cryer currently appears in the CBS series NCIS as Dr. Cyril Taft, Cryer having long since expressed a desire to appear in NCIS (the same year his other CBS show TAAHM premiered in 2003, along with Cold Case).
But I’m also one of those people who believe that the right set of circumstances can turn a good guy bad. Then you’d see me dead on a slab in Ducky’s [played by David McCallum] lab with my genitals all lit up later on. But don’t tell them that, I’ll never be able to ask for a raise. https://ncis.fandom.com/wiki/Jon_Cryer?oldid=176008.
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In fact everyone at the operating table with me in the scene was a trained medical professional. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Para obtener más información sobre cómo utilizamos tu información, consulta nuestra Política de privacidad y la Política de cookies.
I got a call while I was on the train to Comic-Con in San Diego this year, and within a week I was shooting. Two and a Half Men and NCIS actually started the same year, and ever since, every time I would run into one of the actors from NCIS at CBS functions, I’d hock them incessantly for a chance to act on the show.
Is he a good guy, or can we expect something more sinister? What will NCIS fans find most fascinating about Taft, and what do you find most fascinating about him?