NCIS Actor Gary Cole Will Appear in Brand-New Drama Series for ‘Showtime’

Gary Cole, who plays Special Agent Alden Parker on NCIS, is set to appear in a new Showtime drama series. Yes, he will appear on CBS’s NCIS in its 21st season. But he has another drama series in the works. Cole will appear in Showtime’s miniseries Waco: The Aftermath. According to Hello! Magazine, the series will premiere on April 16. Cole will play Gordon Novel, a private investigator.

The five-part series is now a follow-up to the 2018 miniseries Waco. It depicted the 51-day standoff in Waco, Texas in 1993 between the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), and David Koresh’s religious faction, the Branch Davidians. It caused a fatal fire.

Gary Cole, star of ‘NCIS,’ appears in the five-part miniseries ‘Waco: The Aftermath.’

The sequel depicts both the aftermath and ramifications of the siege. This includes the trials of the Branch Davidians’ surviving members.

According to the miniseries’ synopsis. “Five-part drama series depicting the searing aftermath of the disastrous FBI standoff at the Branch Davidian compound in 1993 – an event that galvanized American militia movements and helped radicalize Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nichols, and many others,” it says.

Michael Shannon, who starred in Bullet Train, will play FBI hostage negotiator Gary Noesner in the series. John Leguizamo plays undercover ATF agent Jacob Vasquez, and David Costabile plays Judge Smith, who preside over the Branch Davidians’ trial.

Succession actress J. Smith-Cameron will also appear in the series as Lois Roden, the religious faction’s leader and Prophetess. Waco: The Aftermath premieres on Showtime on April 16 at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

Gary Cole has discovered a new hobby: jigsaw puzzles.

Meanwhile, Cole found a new hobby to keep him occupied. Of course, his NCIS shooting schedule keeps him on his toes. Even so, everyone requires a side hobby to help them unwind when they are not working. Cole is passionate about jigsaw puzzles. “The pand3mic got me into jigsaw puzzles,” Cole explained. “I got really into it.” I think I’ve done about 20 now.’

Cole had a lengthy resume of various roles prior to joining NCIS. In Office Space, for example, he portrayed Bill Lumburgh. Cole’s performance in the film made him a household name for the many people who saw it. But, if he could play any role again, what would it be? It isn’t Lumburgh. No, Cole chooses another character from a scary show. Cole told Entertainment Weekly in an interview, “Sheriff Lucas Buck on American Gothic.”

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