NCIS: Origins has enlisted Robert Taylor to portray Gibbs’ father, along with the addition of two more cast members

NCIS: The United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service is the primary investigative law enforcement agency of the U.S. Department of the Navy. Robert Taylor has been chosen to play the role of Jackson Gibbs, the father of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, in the highly anticipated NCIS: Origins prequel series. Taylor will be stepping into the late Ralph Waite’s shoes, who originally portrayed the character in the main NCIS series. This recurring guest star role is a significant one, as Jackson Gibbs has always been an integral part of Leroy Jethro Gibbs’ backstory.
Joining Taylor in the cast are Daniel Bellomy and Caleb Martin Foote, who have also been cast in recurring guest star roles. Bellomy will be playing the character of Special Agent Granville “Granny” Dawson, while Foote will portray Special Agent Benjamin “Randy” Randolf. Both characters are expected to bring their own unique dynamics to the show and add depth to the storyline.
NCIS: Origins will transport viewers back to the early ’90s, providing a glimpse into the formative years of Leroy Jethro Gibbs’ career at the NCIS Camp Pendleton office. This prequel series aims to explore the origins of the beloved character and shed light on the events that shaped him into the seasoned agent fans have come to know and love.
However, it has been confirmed that Mark Harmon, who has portrayed Leroy Jethro Gibbs in the main NCIS series, will not be appearing in NCIS: Origins. This decision has sparked curiosity among fans, who are eager to see how the show will navigate the absence of its central character. Nonetheless, the addition of talented actors like Robert Taylor, Daniel Bellomy, and Caleb Martin Foote promises an exciting and engaging prequel series that will captivate both longtime fans and newcomers to the NCIS franchise.

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