“Extra” joined the cast of “NCIS” on the set as they celebrated being named the No.1 show in the world, and actress Pauley Perrette talked to Renee Bargh for the first time since being hospitalized for an allergic reaction to hair dye.
Actress Pauley Perrette, who plays the spunky Abby Sciuto on the hit CBS show “NCIS,” stopped by Universal Studios Hollywood to talk with “Extra’s” Maria Menounos about saying goodbye to Agent Ziva David, played by Cote de Pablo.
De Pablo is leaving the show after eight seasons. Perrette said, “It's tough, and it's sad, but it is incredible!” Pauley added she’ll miss having another girl around. “I’m the only girl.”
Actor Mark Harmon earned a permanent place in Hollywood on Monday. The “NCIS” star accepted his star on the Walk of Fame with help from co-stars like Pauley Perrette and longtime friend and CBS honcho Les Moonves.
The ever-humble Harmon told “Extra’s” Renee Bargh that he was in awe of the honor.
"Extra's" Maria Menounos caught up with the entire cast of "NCIS" and quizzed them on how much they know about their own show.
Find out how knowledgeable Pauley Perrette, Michael Weatherly and Mark Harmon are -- as Maria puts them to the test!
"Extra" talked with some Hollywood A-listers about what they will change in 2012!
At the premiere of her film "We Bought a Zoo," actress Scarlett Johansson said, "I'm sleeping for the holidays this year."
Mark Wahlberg, starring in the upcoming action thriller "Contraband," replied, "I'm trying to do the right thing every day."
Actress Pauley Perrette cares as much about the world as her character Abby Sciuto does about finding out the truth on "NCIS."
The active TV star told "Extra's" Mario Lopez she's involved in many projects. "I'm producing and directing a documentary. I'm finishing my record, 'Stop Making Friends," Perrette said, adding, "And I work for like 30 charities." Two of her favorites are Project Angel Food and The Amanda Foundation for Homeless Animals.
The stars of "NCIS" answered some fan questions at The Grove.
#1: How do you all interact with military personnel?
Pauley Perrette, who plays quirky forensic science specialist Abby Scuito, said, "We have so much involvement with the military, and they're welcome on our set. They act as technical advisors."