‘NCIS L.A’ star Eric Christian Olsen Reveals Major Changes Following Series Finale


Eric Christian Olsen, star of NCIS: Los Angeles, appears to be undergoing a major transformation after the series concludes. Yes, his facial features will change slightly as he plans to cut his blonde hair back for a shorter look.

“Yes, I intend to cut [my hair].” “I’m going to cut it short,” Olsen told Parade at the show’s Season 14 wrap party. “Did you watch the last six months?” It’s been getting shorter and shorter. I understand how emotionally invested fans are in that hair, but I’m going to cut it.”

Fans of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ can now enjoy Eric Christian Olsen’s hair for a little longer.

Fans of Eric Christian Olsen’s blonde hair will have to wait a little longer, as Season 14 will end in May. The show’s finale will be broadcast in two parts. The first installment will be released on May 14, followed by the second on May 21. The final episode will be followed by an hour-long special salute to NCIS: Los Angeles. Kevin Frazier, who co-hosts Entertainment Tonight, will host the show.

The special will include both old and new interviews with cast members, as well as plenty of behind-the-scenes footage from the show’s 14-year run.

Cutting his hair isn’t Olsen’s only plan for when the show ends. The actor has already begun work on his next project. According to Hello Magazine.


What Will Olsen Do After the Series Ends? He’ll Serve as an Executive Producer for the ‘Matlock’ Reboot.

Eric Christian Olsen, 45, will serve as an executive producer on the CBS remake of the 1980s television series Matlock. He announced the news on his Instagram page in February, posting a photo of an article announcing the news. “So overwhelmed with excitement to be collaborating with these creative superstars,” the caption read. Jennie, Joanna, Sierra, Bethany, Kathy, Kat, Anna, Meagen, John, our @cbstvstudios and @cbstv LFG partners!!!!”


According to the logline, Kathy Bates plays septuagenarian lawyer Madeline, who returns to work at a prestigious law firm, where she “uses her unassuming demeanor and wily tactics to win cases and expose corruption from within.”

Marty Deeks is leaving primetime television. Let’s take a look back at the scenes Olsen described as “awful.” They happened to be the torture scenes from the fifth season of the show. “It was awful,” Eric Christian Olsen said in an interview. I couldn’t make a horror film. That I am aware of.”

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