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What happened to Dom on NCIS: Los Angeles?

Agent Dom Vail was on Season 1 of NCIS: Los Angeles — but didn’t make it out alive. Played by actor Adam Jamal Craig, he appeared in 15 episodes of the show. Craig’s acting credits also include smaller roles on shows like Heroes, Crossing Jordan, and Las Vegas. What happened to Dom on NCIS: Los Angeles? Agent Dominic Vail was originally partnered with Kensi Blye, who has been played by actress Daniela Ruah for years. He was a rookie agent at the time the show began and would end up being the unfortunate center of an episode arc. Dom was kidnapped, […]

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NCIS: Los Angeles Producer: Dom is Gone; No One is Safe!

NCIS: Los Angeles began and ended last night's episode, "Missing," with the disappearance of rookie agent Dom Vaile. The story was left wide open to interpretation.

Until now. Cast member Adam Jamal Craig (Dom) is leaving the hit procedural, according to Entertainment Weekly, which spoke with snow creator Shane Brennan.

The only question is when. Pretty much the only thing clear after last night was that this is the shocking, emotional story teased by producers earlier this month.

Adam Jamal Craig (Dom Vaile) is leaving NCIS: Los Angeles.

The pilot episode of Lost originally called for Jack to be killed off immediately after establishing him as the main character. Dom is no Jack, but his departure did come out of nowhere, and seemed to be engineered to generate the same kind of shock value.

Tuesday's episode left the character’s fate very much up in the air. Is Dom dead?
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Forlani Joins The "NCIS: Los Angeles" Team

Actress Claire Forlani ("Meet Joe Black") will play the recurring character 'Lauren Hunter' in the CBS TV 'police procedural' series "NCIS: Los Angeles", as the militaristic La team’s new 'Operations Manager'.

"NCIS: Los Angeles" ('Naval Criminal Investigative Service: Los Angeles') debuted on CBS September 22, 2009, as a spin-off of "NCIS", which itself was a spinoff of another CBS series, "Jag".

Created by Shane Brennan, the series stars Chris O'Donnell, Peter Cambor, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen, Adam Jamal Craig, Barrett Foa, Renée Felice Smith, Linda Hunt and LL Cool J.

O'Donnell plays lead character, 'G. Callen', an agent whose natural talent for undercover work is considered 'legendary', LL Cool J is 'Special Agent Sam Hanna', a former Navy Seal, fluent in Arabic and an expert on Middle Eastern culture, Ruah is agent 'Kensi Blye', Olsen plays 'Marty Deeks', the team's liaison with the Los Angeles Police Department and Cambor plays 'Nate Getz',
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NCIS: Los Angeles - The First Season - DVD Review

NCIS: Los Angeles - The First Season does an excellent job separating itself from the original NCIS series, and giving fans a reason to like the new series on its own. The show features a slicker feel, a little less comedy, and amps up the action. Like NCIS, it also features an ensemble cast with great chemistry. Led by Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J, NCIS: Los Angeles features standout performances from its cast of fresh faces including Daniela Ruah, Barrett Foa, Peter Cambor, and Adam Jamal Craig. It also benefits greatly from the brilliant performance of Linda Hunt. The series might be anchored in action, but Hunt brings the laughs and steals every scene she
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Daniela Ruah Exclusive Interview NCIS: Los Angeles; Plus an Update on George Lucas’ Red Tails

The CBS drama NCIS: Los Angeles is about the high-stakes world of a division responsible for apprehending dangerous and elusive criminals that pose a threat to the nation’s security. By assuming false identities and utilizing the most advanced technology, this team of highly trained agents goes deep undercover, putting their lives on the line in the field to bring down their targets and protect the country. Assisting the team, which includes Special Agent Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), is Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah), the daughter of a slain Marine who lives for the adrenaline rush that comes with undercover work.

During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Daniela Ruah talked about being the only female member of the team, kicking ass and forming real family bonds with her co-stars. She also revealed what it was like to work with George Lucas,
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Review – NCIS: Los Angeles, The First Season

It’s a spinoff of a spinoff! NCIS: Los Angeles, the spinoff of the ever-popular NCIS, which is in itself a spinoff of the long-running Jag, hit DVD at the end of August. If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, we have the breakdown for you here!

The Show

I’m sort of a probie to the Jag/NCIS universe. I only watched Jag when Steven Culp was making appearances as CIA agent Clayton Webb, and while I’ve seen my fair share of NCIS thanks to a crush on Mark Harmon, I’m not a truly regular viewer. When I heard that there was an NCIS spinoff, I went, “Really?” (I think I would’ve been even less impressed if it had debuted after we’d heard of Dick Wolf’s plans for Law & Order: Los Angeles.) However, I’ve liked Chris O’Donnell’s work since Batman Forever,
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NCIS: Los Angeles: The First Season Comes to DVD on August 31st

You can bring home one of the hottest new series' of this past season on DVD at the end of August. NCIS: Los Angeles: The First Season will be released on DVD on August 31. We don't have any pricing details as of yet, but you can take a look at the cover art for this new DVD set below. The series stars LL Cool J, Chris O'Donnell, Peter Cambor, Adam Jamal Craig, Daniela Ruah and Linda Hunt.

NCIS: Los Angeles is a drama about the high stakes world of the Office of Special Projects (Osp), a division of NCIS that is charged with apprehending dangerous and elusive criminals that pose a threat to the nation's security. By assuming false identities and utilizing the most advanced technology, this team of highly trained agents goes deep undercover, putting their lives on the line in the field to bring down their targets.
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NCIS: Los Angeles Review: "Found"

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Quite a night for Shane Brennan Tuesday. After a terrific NCIS, the executive producer's spinoff delivered a thrilling installment as well, continuing the story of Agent Vaile.

It was back in January that Dom went "Missing," nabbed by Colombian gangsters and handed over to more sinister, unknown captors who evaded the L.A. team's pursuit.

Last night, NCIS: Los Angeles finally revisited the issue of Dom's capture in "Found." The result was non-stop action reminiscent of a big-budget Jerry Bruckheimer film.

Upon receiving a video of Agent Vail being held by Muslim extremists demanding the return of an imprisoned terrorist in exchange, the Osp team sprung into action.

We had barely gotten to know Dom when he vanished, and some say his character was mishandled as a result, his loss clearly weighed on the team, particularly Sam.

Naturally, Sam would have boarded a plane for Africa, where he believed his young protege was being held,
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NCIS: Los Angeles: “Found” – review

This episode continues the storyline from “Missing”, in which three Colombians kidnapped Agent Dominic Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig), but handed him over to more sinister captors who escaped the Osp team’s grasp. The team reconvenes in “Found” upon receiving video of Agent Vaile being held by Muslim extremists. The extremists want to trade Vaile for [...]

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Will the NCIS: Los Angeles Team Find Dom Before It's Too Late?

Will the NCIS: Los Angeles Team Find Dom Before It's Too Late?
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After months of searching for clues, the NCIS: Los Angeles agents are finally close to rescuing an abducted colleague from his captors. But they may not have time.

Check out photos of the NCIS: Los Angeles Cast

In Tuesday's episode (9/8c on CBS), Callen (Chris O'Donnell) & Co. receive video of Dom (Adam Jamal Craig) being held hostage, setting off a desperate dash to save him ...

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Will the NCIS: Los Angeles Team Find Dom Before It's Too Late?

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After months of searching for clues, the NCIS: Los Angeles agents are finally close to rescuing an abducted colleague from his captors. But they may not have time.

Check out photos of the NCIS: Los Angeles Cast

In Tuesday's episode (9/8c on CBS), Callen (Chris O'Donnell) & Co. receive video of Dom (Adam Jamal Craig) being held hostage, setting off a desperate dash to save him ...

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NCIS: Los Angeles Spoilers: Dom Found!?

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He's been missing ever since, well, "Missing." The January 26 episode of NCIS: Los Angeles shockingly saw one of the Special Projects office's own agents abducted.

The case went cold soon after.

Is it about to be reopened, though? The May 4 episode of the NCIS spinoff is called "Found," which alone got us thinking that Agent Dom Vail might reappear.

There's no doubt now, since the abducted character played by Adam Jamal Craig can be seen in the below after Callen & Co. get a tip about his whereabouts.

But we still don't know if he makes it, or why he was abducted in the first place. Any theories on either component to this unraveling NCIS: La mystery?

Agent Dom Vail has been gone for months. Now he's been found - at least by viewers. He looks to be in dire straits, however. Will the NCIS: Los Angeles team get to him in time?
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Exclusive First Look: The 'NCIS: La' crew tracks down [spoiler alert]!

Exclusive First Look: The 'NCIS: La' crew tracks down [spoiler alert]!
The title of NCIS: La's May 4 installment, "Found," should've been your first clue that a major breakthrough was imminent in the case of missing agent Dom (Adam Jamal Craig). Your second clue comes via this exclusive first look at the episode, which finds Callen & Co. closing in on their kidnapped colleague thanks to a video tip. Will they get to him before it's too late? I honestly have no clue My lips are sealed!
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NCIS: Los Angeles Round Table: "Chinatown"

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We broke down last night's NCIS: Los Angeles in our "Chinatown" review. Here, we further discuss some of the events from the episode in a Round Table Q&A ...

1. What was your favorite scene from last night?

L.J. Gibbs: The conversation about why they aren't still looking for Dom, and what he would do in that situation. Who would have guessed that would lead them to the cloner and thus uncover the spy ring? Dom is gone, as we know, but certainly not forgotten.

M.L. House: Hettie putting Nate in his place so nonchalantly.

The Barnacle: The warehouse fight. While it might be more realistic for Sam and Callen to get their asses whomped one of these days, we are talking about Sam here. At least they incurred some scrapes after taking on a dozen guys themselves.

2. How would you rate the episode overall, on a scale of 1-5 stars?
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NCIS: Los Angeles Cast Reflects on Shocking Agent Abduction

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Last week's episode of NCIS: Los Angeles took what has been an enjoyable but often unremarkable NCIS spinoff and really put it on the map with an identity all its own.

Unfortunately for agent Dom Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig), that came at a heavy price. The hour ended without solving his abduction, leaving fans - and the cast - shocked.

"I didn't know it was going to happen; I was surprised," said Daniela Ruah, who plays Kensi.

"But just like on the original NCIS, you never know who's going to stay."

"You never know what to expect. For the audience, it's crazy and keeps people hooked on. For [the NCIS: Los Angeles cast], it can be a little scary here and there."

Executive producer Shane Brennan says Dom is gone and Craig will no longer be a regular part of the cast. But still, he says not to give up hope for Dom's survival.

"We
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What's Next for NCIS: Los Angeles Following Dom's Departure?

What's Next for NCIS: Los Angeles Following Dom's Departure?
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NCIS: Los Angeles' last episode shocked fans when the hour ended without solving the abduction of rookie agent Dom Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig).

Check out photos of the NCIS: Los Angeles cast

Viewers weren't the only ones caught off-guard.

"I didn't know it was going to happen; I was surprised," Daniela Ruah tells TVGuide.com. "But just like on the original NCIS, you never know who's going to stay and who's going to go. For the audience, it's crazy and keeps people hooked on. For [the cast], it can be a little scary here and there."

So what are we to make of the jaw-dropping twist?

Executive producer Shane Brennan has confirmed that Craig will no longer be a regular part of the cast. But there's no reason (yet) to give up hope for Dom's survival...

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What's Next for NCIS: Los Angeles Following Dom's Departure?

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NCIS: Los Angeles' last episode shocked fans when the hour ended without solving the abduction of rookie agent Dom Vaile (Adam Jamal Craig).

Check out photos of the NCIS: Los Angeles cast

Viewers weren't the only ones caught off-guard.

"I didn't know it was going to happen; I was surprised," Daniela Ruah tells TVGuide.com. "But just like on the original NCIS, you never know who's going to stay and who's going to go. For the audience, it's crazy and keeps people hooked on. For [the cast], it can be a little scary here and there."

So what are we to make of the jaw-dropping twist?

Executive producer Shane Brennan has confirmed that Craig will no longer be a regular part of the cast. But there's no reason (yet) to give up hope for Dom's survival...

Read More >
See full article at TVGuide - Breaking News »

NCIS: Los Angeles Producer: Dom is Gone; No One is Safe!

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NCIS: Los Angeles began and ended last night's episode, "Missing," with the disappearance of rookie agent Dom Vaile. The story was left wide open to interpretation.

Until now. Cast member Adam Jamal Craig (Dom) is leaving the hit procedural, according to Entertainment Weekly, which spoke with snow creator Shane Brennan.

The only question is when. Pretty much the only thing clear after last night was that this is the shocking, emotional story teased by producers earlier this month.

Adam Jamal Craig (Dom Vaile) is leaving NCIS: Los Angeles.

The pilot episode of Lost originally called for Jack to be killed off immediately after establishing him as the main character. Dom is no Jack, but his departure did come out of nowhere, and seemed to be engineered to generate the same kind of shock value.

Tuesday's episode left the character’s fate very much up in the air. Is Dom dead?
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Exclusive: 'NCIS: La' star goes Awol

Exclusive: 'NCIS: La' star goes Awol
Warning: Stop reading if you have yet to watch last night's NCIS: La. Everyone else, onward and downward... NCIS: Los Angeles has been on the air for just five months and already it's undergoing its first major shake-up: Original castmember Adam Jamal Craig is leaving the hit procedural. But when? Last night's powerful episode — which revolved around the abduction of Craig's special agent, Dom Vaile — left the character's fate very much up in the air. Is Dom dead? Will his kidnapping remain an unsolved mystery? Why was Craig written out? In this exclusive interview, executive producer Shane Brennan clears the
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Photos – NCIS: Los Angeles 1.13 "Missing"

A new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles will be airing on January 26 and CBS has released a synopsis and a few promo photos for the episode, which you can view below.

The Team Receives An "Agent Needs Assistance" Page And Discovers One Of Their Own Is In Grave Danger, On "NCIS: Los Angeles," Tuesday, Jan. 26

"Missing" – The team rushes to a crime scene after receiving an "agent needs assistance" page and learns that one of their own is in peril, on NCIS: Los Angeles, Tuesday, Jan. 26 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt) on the CBS Television Network.

Series Regulars:

NCIS Special Agent G. Callen…………………………. Chris O'Donnell

NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna…………………………… LL Cool J

Henrietta "Hetty" Lange……………………………………. Linda Hunt

Operational Psychologist Nate Getz…………………………… Peter Cambor

NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye …………………………. Daniela Ruah

NCIS Special Agent Dominic Vail ……………….. Adam Jamal Craig

Tech Operator Eric Beal………………………..Barrett Foa

Guest Cast:

Claudia Taro…
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