‘NCIS: Los Angeles’: Miguel Ferrer Had Stroke, Daniela Ruah Leaving Show?
While “NCIS: Los Angeles” season 8 is still airing, rumors have been circulating about some cast members of the show, which might lead to their character’s demise.Advertisement
For one, “NCIS: Los Angeles” season 8 actor Miguel Ferrer, who plays as Assistant Director of NCIS Owen Granger, was rumored to have suffered from stroke recently.
According to circulating reports, the actor, who is George Clooney’s cousin, had a stroke and it might be a hereditary one.
A report from Morning Ledger noted that Miguel Ferrer’s father José Ferrer succumbed to colon cancer before. This made him to supporting cancer patients.
There has not been any confirmation whether Miguel Ferrer suffered from stroke.
Meanwhile, actress Daniela Ruah, who plays as Kensi Blye, was also noticeably absent from the previous episodes of “NCIS: Los Angeles.”
It can be recalled that she was seriously injured after her team had an encounter with Syrian armed forces while on a mission in Syria.
When their helicopter was shot down by the armed group and crashed on the ground, Kensi Blye was unfortunately injured after she was trapped underneath the helicopter.
Kensi Blye was then immediately turned over to an intensive care unit in U.S. She was in a state of coma since she was injured.
“NCIS: Los Angeles” season 8 spoilers even hinted that someone will die in the season.
Will it be Kensi Blye?
A report from Sportsrageous said that Daniela Ruah will not be leaving the “NCIS: Los Angeles.” Her absence was because she just gave birth to her baby and that she is spending quality time with her family for the mean time.
Catch “NCIS: Los Angeles” season 8 every Sunday on CBS.