Nia Long continues to prove that after 25+ years in the game, she is still very in demand in Hollywood. The beautiful and talented actress has just added another huge role to her already impressive resume, as she has just joined the cast of the long-running CBS hit NCIS: Los Angeles.
In 2017 alone, Nia Long has secured roles on both FOX’s Empire and Netflix’s Dear White People where she made a lasting impression in both roles that were a departure from what fans are used to seeing from her. Now, she’s taking her talents to the popular drama series NCIS: Los Angeles as a series regular. Shadow and Act has the full details about Nia’s new role and more.
Want gospel news at your fingertips? Text NC to 60796 to join our text club!
Via Shadow and Act:
Nia Long has joined the cast of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ in a major role. She’ll be a series regular, portraying Shay Mosely, the team’s new executive assistant director.
As a former Secret Service agent now working for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Mosely is an experienced Washington insider who brings an east coast style and demeanor to the west coast team.
“The character was created specifically for Nia to capitalize on her strengths and personality, and we are excited about the new opportunities and dynamics she brings to the show. We couldn’t be happier to have her join our family,” said executive producer R. Scott Gemmill.
NCIS: Los Angeles also stars LL Cool J and Nia’s addition to the show will reunite the two former costars who were last seen onscreen together in the 1999 crime drama In Too Deep, which also starred Omar Epps.
The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: Follow @‘praisecharlotte’
Check out today’s Top Stories here:
Misty Copeland Becomes New Face Of Estee Lauder
Phaedra Parks Is Living It Up In Martha’s Vineyard
Sign Up For Our Newsletter!
Nia Long Heads To ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ As New Series Regular was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
Tye Tribbett Brings The Gospel To NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts
Carolina's Own: Submit your Gospel music for a chance to be played on the radio
Donald Trump indicted by Manhattan grand jury
Warning: What You Need To Know About Scam Using Urban One-Radio Name
Gospel Star’s Ex-Wife Takes To Social Media To Call Husband Out
GoFundMe For Irvo Otieno Slow To Gain Traction As Family Prepares For Funeral
Gospel Music Legend Tyrone Porter Passes Away
‘I Said What I F****** Said’: Uju Anya Doubles Down On ‘Excruciating’ Queen Elizabeth II Comments