Cote de Pablo
Birth Name: Cote de Pablo
Birth Place: Chile
Latina beauty Cote de Pablo (born María José de Pablo Fernández) is most known for her role in "NCIS." She was born Nov. 12, 1979, in Santiago, Chile, but moved to Miami, Fla. at age 10. She attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Penn., where she participated in several theater productions and graduated in 2000 with a BFA in Acting and Musical Theatre. Five years later she was scheduled to make her Broadway debut in "The Mambo Kings," but the show was shut down. In 2004 she starred in the short-lived TV show "The Jury." Two years later she joined the cast of "NCIS," playing Israeli Mossad operative Ziva David. She was nominated multiple times for an ALMA award for her role in...
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2011 2012 Tony Awards
2011 66th Annual Tony Awards
2005 JAG Spinoff
2005 Naval CIS
2005 Navy C.I.S.
2005 Navy NCIS