Pauley Perrette is Abby Sciuto figure not only Gibbs's favorite protege, but also the most popular character on the TV screen. To devote time for us the favorite of NCIS junkies as a Five Facts.
The series "NCIS" is in the U.S. the most popular and most successful crime series on TV. So it is not surprising that Pauley Perrette aka Abby Sciuto Gothic Forensikerin was voted last year to the most popular actress in prime-time program. And her colleagues were in the top 10 is also well represented. Perrette is also himself Abby's biggest fan and gushed in an interview about the probably most able and smartest person on the TV screen: "Abby is great! Abby is my idol! I want to be when I grow up. "
But Perrette itself has long been an idol, because in addition to the plays she is also a singer, poet, writer, photographer and a committed activist. In addition, they can represent their character so convincingly, because she has always been interested in criminology, as you can see this Five Facts.
Perrette as Abby was born and grew up in New Orleans and mostly in the southern states, however, the family moved frequently during her childhood in order - a total of 14 times Pauley P., as is her nickname and she took her first roles, has a sister.
After her wild phase, Pauley Perrette chose to study and completed her studies with a Masters in Criminology. Then she went to New York where she attended first as a waitress in a bar on roller skates, for Taco Bell and even as a cook aboard a cruise ship for a living. Always been true to her own style, she wore a white-blond mohawk then cut, which they probably owed their first jobs in television commercials, followed by the more numerous. With a VW spot they first drew attention to himself and moved to Los Angeles.
There, barely arrived, they took the same number of television roles on land: a recurring role in the crime series "Murder One" (1996-97), as well as guest roles on "Early Edition" (1997) and "Frasier" (1996/97). Her first starring role Perrette took over in the romance "The Magic of Love" (1997), followed by a short-lived in the comedy "That's Life" (1998) followed, as well as recurring roles on "The Drew Carey Show" (1998) and "Jesse "(1999).