Sean Murray, Where’d He Come From Before NCIS?

by on November 20, 2011

in Entertainment

Sean Murray in NCIS fr 2009

Sean Murray in NCIS fr 2009

Sean Murray plays Special agent Timothy McGee on CBS’s notoriously popular NCIS. NCIS cast also includes Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum and a slew of others in this high rated TV show.

But of late, fans have become concerned with what looks like Sean Murray’s weight loss over the last few seasons.

Fans are going nuts worried about what they feel is a new, sickly look of Sean Murray. But publicity releases from both CBS and Sean Murray himself are saying he’s not sick. In fact Murray took to twitter a long time ago and said he had lost 25 pounds by abstaining from alcohol and sugar.

You can check the above referenced article for everyone’s worries on Sean’s health.

But has anyone ever wondered, before NCIS, where we’ve possibly seen Sean?

Sean Murray was born in Bethesda, Maryland on Nov 15th, in 1977. He’s married to Carrie James and they have 2 children.

His stepfather is Donald P. Bellisario.

His first acting credit in IMDb is the 1991 TV movie, Backfield in Motion.

On the silver screen, he has two movies under his name… the 1993 movies This Boy’s Life and Hocus Pocus.

But then Murray landed a role in the 1993 TV series, Harts of the West. That comedic Western starred Beau Bridges, Meghann Haldeman, Nathan Watt, Saginaw Grant and others.

After that, he landed singular roles a few TV series and TV movies… including ER, Touched by an Angel & Boston Public.

Here’s a bit that might feel confusing, but he had guest starred in six episodes of JAG. Yes, JAG was what NCIS spun off from, but Murray’s guest shots weren’t as Timothy McGee, but once as a character named Terry Guitry (1998), then his other guest spots were as a Danny Walden, in 2000 and 2001 on JAG.

His first credited role on NCIS was on November 18th, 2003, in “Sub Rosa.” That episode was the 7th of the first season of NCIS.

And from there, the rest is history!

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