Daniela Ruah, Star of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ Has Shared A Fan-Made Career Recap Video
Daniela Ruah, star of “NCIS: Los Angeles,” is getting sentimental in her latest Instagram video.
Daniela Ruah has had a successful and varied career. The “NCIS: Los Angeles” actress is multi-talented, having appeared in both Portuguese and American shows. She has had a diverse range of experience, from guest starring in Guiding Light to appearing in the mini-series A Espia.
Ruah reflects on her many roles throughout her career in her most recent Instagram post. The fan-created video is a montage of her career as an actress. Many of these shots show her stepping outside of her comfort zone, which is impressive.
“I’ll join the trend with ya,” Ruah captions her photo. Fans from all over the world are excited to learn more about the “NCIS: Los Angeles” star’s past.
Directorial Debut for “NCIS: Los Angeles”
Daniela Ruah made her directorial debut on “NCIS: Los Angeles” in 2021. The actress directed the episode “Russia, Russia, Russia” behind the camera. The episode, which will air on February 21, 2021, follows Callen on his mission to the National Countert3rr0rism Center. It’s a thrilling episode with a surprising twist.
View the trailer for Ruah’s directorial debut below.
In an interview, she stated that directing the episode during the cor0nav1rus pand3mic was difficult.
“What we can do is limited,” she says. “So it’s up to the director to use the camera creatively to recreate a rich aesthetic when we have so little to work with.”
The “NCIS: Los Angeles” star sat through previous episodes of the show to prepare for her big moment.
“I had to go back a little bit to see the style we used to have,” Ruah explains. “We used to have hundreds of extras and a full, visually rich scene, which is something we can’t do now,” she emphasizes. “It’s an aesthetic that we have to pretend exists while not displaying.”
Overall, it was a fantastic experience for the actress. She has since directed more episodes of the CBS drama.
“I’ve had a long-standing interest in it, but I’ve never pursued it because I was afraid.” “There was a lot of the image of a white man behind the camera, leading an entire team, and today we have a very different view,” she says. “We have a series of films – both commercial and independent – that are made, produced, and written by women or people from diverse backgrounds, and I believe that adds a lot of richness.”
We hope to see Ruah’s name as a director more frequently!