'NCIS: LA' scoop: Meet Chris O'Donnell's new crush!

Chris-o-Donnell-Monet_lNCIS: LA is giving Chris O’Donnell’s naval stud his first significant crush this November in the form of actress Monet Mazur.

The star of 40 Days and 40 Nights and Monster-in-Law will play the potentially recurring role of Natalie Buccola, a bright and confident secret service agent who develops a flirtation with O’Donnell’s Callen.

Mazur is scheduled to first appear in episode 6.

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  • Kermonk

    Who?

    • tiginfl

      she played rick castles ex in the pilot to castle – i think

  • Alley

    I see him a raven haired brunette!

  • Joanne Owens

    Chris has matured very,very nicely!

    • XK

      I actually think his face is a bit pudgy on the show, but that’s just me.

      I liked the second episode of NCIS:LA much more than the first. I’ve got high hopes that it will eventually become a consistently good companion to the original NCIS. :)

  • taylor(:

    secret service agent. they are always entwined with ncis arent they? ahah, kate was a secret service agent too(:

  • Alex

    This show is asinine. Their headquarters is a Spanish mission style mansion? Linda Hunt in the Navy? Loved the ridiculous computer magic in the episode as well. Then again if CSI: Miami can attract viewers I guess this garbage can too.

    • Cara

      Totally agree except for the part with the computer magic – that’s real, actually.

      She’s beautiful and the show could definitely use more women on it. I hope it works out well.

    • JMike

      Doesn’t anyone pay attention? The “Spanish mission style mansion” is an abandoned water plant admin building (supposedly condemned after an earthquake) but later turned into their undercover HQ – this was revealed in the first episode. As for Linda Hunt and the Navy – no one on either show is in the Navy. Sam Hanna is the only former Navy and Gibbs is the only former Marine. Everyone else… civilians – just like the real NCIS. And yes, the “computer magic” is real. Even CNN uses it. I hope the show adds more women too. Although NCIS seems to be doing okay with just two.

      • Alex

        I watched the show cold, as in I have seen maybe 1-2 episodes of NCIS, both of which I found somewhat entertaining if a bit far-fetched. The mansion is still ridiculous regardless of the back story and the way they used that giant wall of screens and tapped into the security cameras? Please that is not realistic in the least. The problem shows like this and CSI create is that juries now expect this sort of evidence in order to convict people. The reality is that shows like this and CSI create unrealistic levels of proof which real police that are burdened with things like a real budget simply cannot meet. My greatest laugh this week though came on CSI when one of the scientists pulled his gun out and told the sheriff’s deputy to go clear the house. In real life the deputy probably would have laughed at the scientist (who would not have a firearm) and told him to shut up.

  • hope

    Haven’t seen NCIS LA since it began, frankly I could care less Give me McAbby any day!!!!=)

  • NavyResGirl

    Alex,
    None of the characters in “NCIS: Los Angeles” are in the Navy – they’re civilians who work for the Navy.
    Same goes for “NCIS”.

  • Nerwen Aldarion

    Hey it’s Castle’s Ex! She’s his publisher, cool! I still think NCIS: LA is boring and yes while none of the characters on NCIS are in the Navy (though Gibbs was a Marine) at least on NCIS they actually seem to work FOR the Navy, you know solving the murders of petty officers and the like. NCIS: LA looks like a mixture of James Bond and CSI with none of the likable charactes

    • Kvivik

      WHY!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Why is everyone comparing NCIS:LA with CSI????
      There are no forensics in NCIS:LA.
      No working with the police. No morgue, no labs…that is all on the original NCIS, not NCIS:LA!!!!!!!!
      As much as I love Gibbs, McGee and Abby, I actually prefer LA because there is none of that.
      I’m only hoping that they actually give Callen an undercover op that requires him to BE undercover.

      • Nerwen Aldarion

        Actually I called it a James Bond and CSI mash up, because James Bond doesn’t investigate crimes. You are right there is not forenics in NCIS: LA, but you also reminded me of something else the show is missing the NAVY!!!! Where is the N in NCIS: LA? Why do they work in a spanish mission with Edna Mode as their boss? Why can’t the supporting cast even resemble meaningful characters?????

  • dipozzo

    already thinking ahead those producers!
    because we all know the most important thing on a tv show is the loooooooove interrrrest!

  • Charlotte

    Why must they give him a love interest already? Its been like, 2 episodes!

    • tvfan

      And if he needs a love interest, why does she have to be a nobody?

  • Kvivik

    And why Callen? Give Sam a life outside the team. Sigh.

    • Charlotte

      Seriously! Why not Sam? It seems so typical that they are gonna put G, arguably the lead; with someone. Sam needs a social life.

  • Freelancer

    Sam is married, or so I thought… Of course they can give him a love interest anyway, no problem for me^^ but I doubt it would please most of the audience.
    NCIS:LA, Kvivik, I don’t wish to compare, but hey, I’m only human.
    I really wish LA to be very good, because if not, NCIS franchise is going to suffer (and THAT I certainly don’t want it).
    I’ve seen the first 2 episodes, and it’s not really good, the main problem goes with the acting skills (and writing skills maybe). I sincerely hope it’s gonna be better very soon.

  • paladin7

    Monet Mazur was the Female Lead in the movie TORQUE,she plays a MOTO GP Bike Rider.

  • Sam

    I think the show has potential, but the only characters I think I would be interested in watching are Callen, Sam, and Linda Hunt’s character. I don’t like the rest of the team, which is a big problem. They are poorly written and stiffly acted (which may be because of their cliched, empty lines). Compare that to the original NCIS, which does the ensemble proud all around; for example, while I love Gibbs, McGee is my favorite! It’s too early to tell if the supporting characters will be good or not, but they didn’t give me a great first impression, either in these two episodes or in the two-part backdoor pilot last season, when I only liked Callen (and seeing LL Cool J, even though he didn’t really do anything in those episodes).

  • Charley

    Monet Mazur just guest-starred on the TNT show Dark Blue.

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