Emily Wickersham plays Special Agent Ellie Bishop at NCIS on CBS. Originally joined the team in 2013, she is now a fan-favorite character on the long-running show, but what else can you see the actress in?
Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) joined the cast of CBS’s NCIS as the next female agent to pick up from where Zavi David (Cote de Pablo) left off after leaving the show. However, given her great popularity, many fans wonder what other projects she is involved in.
Emily Wickersham‘s career began in 2006, where she appeared in a parody of the Late Show with David Letterman. However, this wouldn’t be her big break though, as most of her fans recognize her from The Sopranos as Rhiannon Flammer.
Actress Emily Wickersham would join the cast of the legendary TV show near the end of her career in 2006, becoming a recurring character during seasons five and six.
Beyond The Sopranos, Wickersham has appeared in several other television series over the years, and even in several films. Some of his television credits include The Bridge, Trauma, Bored to Death and he made a cameo appearance in an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent in 2009.
As the main character of NCIS, she also appeared in the spinoff series NCIS: New Orleans in 2016, during the episode Sister City: Part II. The star’s film credits include Glitch, Gone, and I Am Number Four, along with a brief appearance in Definitely, Maybe.
NCIS recently renewed for its 19th season, and Emily Wickersham rejoined the cast. She originally joined in season 11 and there are no signs of the actress leaving the series anytime soon.
Recently on the show, fans were hoping to see Bishop finally begin a romantic relationship with Nick Torres. However, fans remained disappointed with this forced decision.
The plot of season 19 is currently unknown, but fans should expect more of the long-awaited romance. Filming NCIS takes up much of Emily Wickersham‘s time, and the star is currently not scheduled for any other projects.