NCIS TV CAST - SCRIPT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID McCALLUM, MARK HARMON, PAULEY PERRETTE, SEAN MURRAY, AVA GAUDET, STEVEN C. PARKER, VINCENT WARD, MARK R. SCHILZ, BRIAN DIETSEN, STEVEN D. BINDER, STEVEN KRIOZERE - HFSID 290167
NCIS TV CAST Script of the episode "Kill Screen" from Season 8, signed by five series regulars and three guest actors, and by three writers and producers Script signed:
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NCIS TV CAST Script of the episode "Kill Screen" from Season 8, signed by five series regulars and three guest actors, and by three writers and producers Script signed: "Mark Harmon", "David McCallum", "Sean Murray", "Pauley Perrette/xx", "Brian Dietsen", "Ava Gaudet", "Vincent Ward", "Steven/C/Parker", "Mark Schilz", "Steven D. Binder" and "Steven Kriozere". In all 11 signatures. 59 pages, 8½x11. Script for Episode #178, "Kill Screen", broadcast on February 22, 2011. NCIS, the TV drama featuring the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, premiered in 2003. This NCIS team is led by Leroy Jethroe Gibbs (MARK HARMON), as no-nonsense Special Agent in Charge. A former Marine Gunnery Sergeant, Harmon (b. 1951), the son of Heisman Trophy winner Tom Harmon and himself a star quarterback at UCLA, has played screen roles as diverse as serial killer Ted Bundy and astronaut Wally Schirra. Anticipating his present role, he played a Secret Service agent on four episodes of The West Wing and debuted as Gibbs on two episodes of JAG. PAULEY PERRETTE (b. 1969) has played brilliant, eccentric forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on NCIS since 2003. She arrived at this role after many TV guest appearances, often on crime dramas. (Criminology and forensic science were her career goals before she found success in acting.) Perrette is also a published short story writer, a human rights activist, and a vocalist (formerly of the band Lo-Ball). Scottish-born actor DAVID McCALLUM (b. 1933) has played Chief Medical Examiner Donald "Ducky" Mallard throughout the series. In one episode, Gibbs was asked, "What did Ducky look like when he was younger?" His answer: "Illya Kuryakin". That was McCallum's starring role on the series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968). McCallum has made many TV guest appearances, and his feature film credits include Billy Budd (1962), The Great Escape (1963) and The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965). SEAN MURRAY (b. 1977) joined the NCIS cast in its second season as Special Agent Timothy McGee. The stepson of series producer Donald Bellisario, he previously had recurring roles on the TV series Harts of the West and JAG. BRIAN DIETSEN (b. 1977) has appeared in over 100 episodes of NCIS as Medical Examiner's assistant Jimmy Palmer. A stage veteran of both contemporary and Shakespearean works, he was a regular on the single season of My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (2002). AVA GAUDET made a guest appearance in the episode as Lisa Bock. Trained in music and dance at the Berklee College of Music, she was a regular on the TV series Ugly Betty (2006-2008). VINCENT WARD played a cop in "Kill Screen." Ward is very familiar with small roles like this, having played police officers and bodyguards in many films and TV shows, beginning with an Uzi-toting guard in Ocean's Eleven (2001). STEVEN C. PARKER, cast as a "passing player" in "Kill Screen", has had meatier roles in other shows, including recurring roles on ER (2005-2008) and the animated series Fish Hooks (2011). MARK SCHILZ has been production manager on many TV series, beginning with Magnun P. I. in 1982. He has often worked with producer Donald Bellisario. Among his other efforts have been The X-Files, JAG, and dozens of episodes of NCIS. STEVEN D. BINDER has been an executive producer and story editor on NCIS since 2006. He previously filled the same roles on the series Tremors and Stephen King's Dead Zone. TV co-producer STEVEN KRIOZERE wrote the story on which "Kill Screen" was based. He has many other television credits, from V.I.P. (2002) to Femme Fatales (2011). Filing holes at left edge with two brass fasteners. Corners lightly creased. Top filing hole torn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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