Mark Harmon Wouldn’t Work on His New Project Inspired by ‘NCIS’ Without This Person by His Side

Mark Harmon, known for his portrayal as Leroy Jethro Gibbs on ‘NCIS,’ has released his latest novel, “Ghosts of Honolulu.” But Harmon confesses that he would not have gone on this quest without the invaluable assistance of someone special: Leon Carroll Jr.

Carroll Jr., a former NCIS agent and technical advisor to the show, played a crucial role in Harmon’s understanding of the agency’s real-life workings. Harmon acknowledges Carroll Jr. as his “partner” and essential collaborator, emphasizing their deep bond developed over 18 years.

Their collaborative effort on “Ghosts of Honolulu” delves into a gripping narrative around Pearl Harbor, demonstrating Harmon’s dedication to revealing the true core of NCIS. Despite his departure from the series, Harmon’s commitment to preserving its legacy remains unshakeable.

Reflecting on his departure from ‘NCIS,’ Harmon admits feeling “tired” after years of commitment. Yet, his passion for storytelling endures, hinting at the potential for future collaborations or projects.

In short, Harmon’s most recent project not only celebrates his ‘NCIS’ history, but also emphasizes the value of collaboration and real storytelling in his creative path.

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