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Can you tell us more about your first day at work on NCISLA?


Welcome back to our exclusive wikiDeeks video series with Eric Christian Olsen! In part two of this week’s response, Eric answers a question inspired by wikiDeeks reader ncisla_4everfans and tells us more about what it was like to start work on NCIS: Los Angeles in Season 1’s “Hand-to-Hand” episode. He shares his first impressions of the cast and reveals a key line of improvisation that set the stage for so much more to come.

In case you missed it, Eric also discussed “Hand-to-Hand” when talking about his favorite action scene in an earlier edition of #askECO. Check it out along with the behind-the-scenes footage from his first ever day of filming. What a way to start!

If you also have a question for Eric leave it below in the Comments and we will pass it along to him. #askECO

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3 Comments on Can you tell us more about your first day at work on NCISLA?

  1. Yes it was awesome and I have watched that episode over and over. Seasons one and two are really good. You’re quite a guy Eric and I enjoy watching you and the rest of the crew every week. Well done sir.

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  2. Michelle McNally // January 21, 2019 at 6:21 PM // Reply

    did you get the idea of esme’ for your precious baby girl from the undercover character kensi had in season 2. it is a pretty name and very unusual.. i watch ion tv reruns all day sunday and the watch reg episodes at8 sun night and the her uder cover name was esme’ was there a connection? i just love you to pieces even if i am old. georgeous and talented and funny and an amazing family man. ncisla would not be the same w/o you

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  3. #askECO – After the sad, sad day eventually comes when NCIS: LA and Deeks are no more, what kinds of projects would you like to tackle next? What types of characters would you love to explore and play?

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