When this Latina looker joined the cast of NCIS at the start of its third season, she made quite a first impression as a multilingual Israeli super agent, capable of killing her own kin if necessary. But in real life, the Chile-born/Miami-raised De Pablo is a much more light-hearted lady, who cohosted the Spanish-language talk show Control as a teen and studied musical theater at Carnegie Mellon University. She appeared on stage and in the soap All My Children before landing her first series gig on the short-lived courtroom drama The Jury. After a brief stint in the musical The Mambo Kings on the West Coast, she snagged her signature NCIS role, for which she won a 2006 Imagen Foundation Award and was nominated for ALMA Awards in 2008 and 2009.
Made her TV debut as the host of Spanish-language talk show Control.
First small-screen acting job was on long-running ABC soap All My Children.
Made her Broadway debut in a 2005 musical adaptation of The Mambo Kings.
Though born in Chile, de Pablo played an Israeli Mossad agent on CBS crime drama NCIS, where she was frequently required to speak in Hebrew.
Writes and performs original music in her spare time.
Francisco de Pablo — Father
Francisco — Brother
Diego Serrano — Significant Other
Maria Olga Fernandez — Mother
Andrea — Sister
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States (BA in Musical Theater, 2000)