The NCIS: Los Angeles
the cast members get along both on and off the set. They support each other and sometimes
offer advice. Here’s what Barrett
Foa he once said of the council LL
Cool J it gave him a difficult performance.
The cast members of “NCIS: Los Angeles” get along
Like the other shows in the NCIS franchising, the NCIS
THERE the cast members seem to get along and have fun working together. During
a 2017 discussion for The
Paley Center for Media, Eric Christian
Olsen (Marty Deeks) has compared being on set with his cast mates
high school and then college.
“We’ve been on the show for 190 episodes,” says Olsen. “So,
when you think about it, it’s eight years. It’s like going to high school
and then to college, with the same people every day for 10 months without
graduation. The fact that we have this chemistry after a long time I think
it is remarkable. “
In a separate interview, Daniela
ruah describes LL Cool J, Chris O’Donnell and Eric Christian Olsen as her
“older brothers.” He says he “loves them deeply” and sees them as a family. “They
they are literally my older brothers, “says Ruah.” I love them and I will protect them
in any way possible, but at the same time they drive me crazy just like a real person
brother would be. “
LL Cool J’s advice to Barrett Foa before a stimulating performance
During an interview with the hosts of The speech, Foa shares the advice that LL Cool J gave him before a tough performance he was supposed to give in a club. He says he’s used to singing in front of an audience, but there was a problem. One of the songs Foa was supposed to sing was very long. He decided to ask LL Cool J. for help. The rapper / actor suggested a simple solution: a teleprompter. Here’s what Foa says about LL Cool J’s performance and advice:
On the weekends I had to perform in a small club. I was doing this side concert. I was playing a computer nerd during the week and then I was a rock star on the weekend. So it was fun. It was this little club, a hundred seats, a kind of bar. And basically, in two days I had to learn five songs. Now I’m a Broadway artist, this is my old life in New York. The songs, well. But one of those songs was “Bust a Move”.
It’s such a long song, and I had two days to learn all these lyrics. So knock [LL Cool J’s] trailer and so I am like “I have problems with these texts. I have all these texts to learn, and he is like [in LL Cool J’s voice], “Do you have a teleprompter?” It is a 100 seat club, there is no teleprompter. But basically, I bit the bullet and learned it.
Foa continued to give a great show. Here is a video of him performing “Bust a Move”.
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