David McCallum, star of “NCIS”, Spoke Openly About His Son’s Tragic Death

NCIS Star David McCallum Talks About Tragic Death of his Son

David McCallum, the star of NCIS, has had a lot of success in his life and career, but there has also been sadness and heartbreak. Jason, his adopted son, d1ed of an accidental drug overdose in 1989. He was 26 years old when he was discovered d3ad in his Los Angeles home. According to reports, the young man was struggling with drug addiction. McCallum is one of many parents who have had to deal with a tragedy like this.

According to Hello Magazine, he told The Belfast Telegraph, “You never come to terms with the d3ath of a child.” “The pain is real, but it’s more like an ache that turns into rage.” At the same time, you’re frustrated because you couldn’t do anything about it, which makes it worse.

What Will David McCallum Do On ‘NCIS’ This Season?

“In the end, he had the life he had,” McCallum said. “You simply have to accept it.” The tragedy continues to haunt me. Jason became involved with a certain type of show business persona, and there was a drug culture that k1lled him. I’ll always be sorry that I couldn’t help Jason. He was one of the most wonderful people I’d ever met.”

David McCallum is well-known for his role as Donald “Ducky” Mallard on NCIS. Older McCallum fans will recall him from his time on The Man From U.N.C.L.E. with Robert Vaughn. He’s been with the CBS drama since its first season. While McCallum was not seen as much last season, he is still an important part of the show’s storylines. Season 20 of the show is approaching, and there have been some concerns. Specifically, how much of McCallum can we expect to see in the upcoming season?

“I think it’ll be about the same, possibly more,” said executive producer Steven D. Binder in an interview with TV Insider. “One of the challenges last season was that there was no regular season. It began with all of our attention focused on how to get Gibbs off the show. How do we get him out for the time being? And that requires a lot of energy, a lot of time, and a lot of oxygen.”

Binder is referring to Leroy Jethro Gibbs, who is played by Mark Harmon on the long-running show. Harmon is no longer a regular on-screen presence. He is, however, involved as an executive producer. Let’s hope McCallum appears more frequently in Season 20. One of those well-known characters is “Ducky.”

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