NCIS L.A star Barrett Foa Makes a Significant Career Move as the CBS Series Concludes


Barrett Foa, who left NCIS: Los Angeles at the end of Season 12, will appear in a new show on television this fall. On the hit CBS drama, Foa portrayed Eric Beale, a technical operator. On the show, the character collaborated closely with Nell Jones, played by Renee Felice Smith.

They collaborated on the technical aspects of the NCIS work. However, in the NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 finale, both characters were k1lled off at the same time. Foa will appear in a recurring role on a new show called The Residence, according to Deadline, Monsters & Critics reports.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ star Barrett Foa Is Getting Ready to Join ‘The Residence’

The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House is the basis for the show. It’s a Shondaland show that will air on Netflix, written by Paul William Davies. It’s marketed as a comedy. The premise of the show is that a d3ad body is discovered at the White House. As a result, a “screwball whodunit” mystery unfolds.

Elliott Morgan, the White House’s “first gentleman,” will be played by Foa. The character has just arrived on the scene. It should help to add some levity to the proceedings.

Andre Braugher (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat, Ant-Man 2), and Uzo Aduba have also been mentioned as possible cast members for The Residence. (Orange is the New Black).


On the new show, Foa will play the role of the First Gentleman.

“Exciting News! “I’m ecstatic to play the new First Gentleman of the United States in ‘The Residence,’ a modern madcap murd3r mystery on Netflix!” In an Instagram post, Foa stated. “(Think Knives Out meets Downtown Abbey meets the White House.) This ensemble! This play! This group! “I can hardly wait.”

NCIS: Los Angeles will be cancelled after 14 seasons on CBS. The Sunday night drama will conclude with a two-part series finale in May.

In addition to the final episodes, CBS will air a Special Salute to NCIS: Los Angeles. Many NCIS: Los Angeles fans are hoping that Foa will appear in the final episodes and special salute.

Chris O’Donnell is one of the actors who is getting emotional as the show nears its end. “I was more emotional than I expected two nights ago when we wrapped up,” O’Donnell said in an early March interview. “It was an odd feeling, coming to the set for the final time.” But it all comes back when it’s final-final and you say goodbye.”

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