Cote de Pablo is still the object of affection for many fans of the popular CBS television show "NCIS" even though she left the series almost a year ago. The actress as such needs to do more than just leave the show to change her entertainment image as an actress, she must reinvent herself and she is on the road to accomplishing this objective with her new television miniseries "The Dovekeepers" which will hit the airwaves in 2015.
The gorgeous Chilean-American actress who has no social media connection to the chagrin of many will star in the series alongside "House of Cards" actress Rachel Brosnahan and Kathryn Prescott. The show is set in Ancient Israel and explores the life of four women who come together in a fight for survival. It is based on the true life events of 70 AD when 900 Jewish people were forced out of Jerusalem by the Romans.
The role is ideal for the talented actress because it is as far removed from her sophisticated, Mossad trained NCIS agent as she will likely find and yet enables her to showcase her dramatic acting skills in preparation for what I believe will eventual result in her making a move to the big screen of Hollywood.
If she is able to start becoming known as the dramatic acting star with leading lady looks that she showed on NCIS it will convince filmmakers that when she is one screen fans will not look at her and think of her as the NCIS star in their show but actually will look at her as the character in the project.
As such, by taking on the role in "The Dovekeepers" fans will not be able to think of her interaction as this feisty, assertive, ultra-talented NCIS agent but instead as a woman fighting for her survival as one of many Jewish people being persecuted by the Romans.
Cote de Pablo is reinventing herself as a dramatic actress and the second step following her leaving NCIS will be with the airing of her new television miniseries "The Dovekeepers".