Daniel Sofia Korn Ruah got engaged to David Paul Olsen, the older brother and stunt double of another NCIS: Los Angeles star, Eric Christian Olsen. Ruah currently attends to her son and daughter’s needs, but this didn’t prevent her from turning into a fashion icon in magazines and enjoying a successful modeling career.
The TV star and fashion model also has an intriguing story regarding her eyes. Ruah possesses a unique birthmark in her right eye, called the nevus of Ota. This means that her right eye is nearly completely black, while her left one is light brown!
Pauley Perrette Now
On October 4, 2017, the TV Guide revealed that Pauley Perrette would be making her final performance on NCIS at the end of the 15th season – The American actress announced the move on Twitter with the post, “…it was a decision made last year. I hope everyone will love and enjoy EVERYTHING ABBY not only for the rest of this season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years. All the love, all the laughter, all the inspiration…I love her as much as you do.”
Pauley Perrette currently holds the best Q Score among female TV actresses, with a score of 44. Q Score, also widely known as Q-Rating, is used to measure the level of familiarity and attractiveness of a brand, personality, business or entertainment product (e.g., music video) in the US. The NCIS star also was featured as a judge on the sixth episode in season four of RuPaul's Drag Race. Her most recent TV appearance was on the miniseries When We Rise.
Daniela Sofia Korn Ruah as Kensi Blye
Daniel Sofia Korn Ruah began her career in Portuguese soap operas as a teenage actress. Ruah did her first stint in acting at the age of 16, as Sara, in the soap opera Jardins Proibidos ("Forbidden Gardens"). Two years later, she flew to London and enrolled in the Performing Arts School at London Metropolitan University.
Kensi Blye, Ruah’s character, appeared on the first season of NCIS in 2011, as a crossover guest appearance from another crime drama series, Hawaii Five-0. The Special Agent had a rough time growing up as a kid after her father got murdered, and had to survive on the streets for a significant portion of her life. Amidst her troubled past, though, Kensi manages to keep a professional attitude while on the job.
Liza Lapira Then
Liza Lapira enjoyed her first significant role in the Showtime TV series, Huff, where she depicted a staple character. The American actress also starred as neuroscientist 'Ivy', in two seasons of Dollhouse, by Joss Whedon. Aside from those two TV series, she also made regular appearances on Dexter, ER, Monk, Grey's Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, The Parkers as Shaquan, Sex and the City, and The Sopranos.
In NCIS, Liza Lapira plays Michelle, who is introduced on the series as both an NCIS Special Agent and a legal assistant. Eventually, though, it was revealed that Michelle was, in fact, a spy who leaked classified information to a secret source. The revelation soon puts her in a difficult spot. Liza played the role perfectly and was exceptional in rocking the mysterious look!
Liza Lapira Now
Following her successful performance in NCIS, which spanned for a total of two years, Liza Lapira has been featured in several TC shows, including The Good Doctor, Traffic Light, Angel From Hell and Battle Creek. These days, she performs for the comedy series 9JKL, as 'EVE', and in August 2018, became part of the regular cast of the Netflix limited-series, Unbelievable.
Outside of TV shows, Liza Lapira also landed various roles in popular movies, like J. J. Abrams' 2008 film Cloverfield, and was also featured in Table for Three and 21. In 2009, the American actress depicted the character Agent Sophie Trinh in the movie Fast & Furious, alongside the late Paul Walker, and in 2010, portrayed Alva, in Repo Men. Lapira also played Liz, Hanna’s sharp-tongued friend in the 2011 film, Crazy, Stupid, Love.