Hollywood stars and musicians joined forces Friday in the televised broadcast of the “Stand Up To Cancer” telethon for the fourth time. The event at the Dolby Theatre was broadcast on CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox, along with 26 cable channels and streamed live on Hulu and Yahoo.
Before he played a special agent on television, NCIS star Mark Harmon played a real-life hero to a local man when an accident trapped him inside a burning car in front of the star’s Brentwood home.
“NCIS” star Mark Harmon received Monday the 2,482nd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Now, when you watch the show, you understand some of my surprise. Carroll was laughing and smiling and being a regular dude. He has a sense of humor. This is not the same person as Director Vance.
Television’s top-rated scripted series, “NCIS,” will be back this fall for a ninth season.
When Mark Harmon–”Leroy Jethro Gibbs”–greatest character name ever–talks to his staff, he always looks to me like a guy who’s struggling with his anger-management classes. Waiting to see how he responds to his underlings, it’s hard to take your eyes off him.