What Caused Alex Quinn to Leave NCIS? Where is Jennifer Esposito today?

Alexandra “Alex” Quinn joins Gibbs’ Major Case Response Team after leaving the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center during the fourteenth season of CBS’ thriller series ‘NCIS.’ Quinn leaves NCIS to care for her mother, paving the way for Jennifer Esposito’s departure from the series.

What Motivated Alex Quinn to Leave NCIS?

Jennifer Esposito has left the program ‘NCIS’ after Gary Glasberg’s narrative arc is concluded. Those who admired her answered the questions she had asked beforehand. Esposito said that she did not want to leave the program because of a presumed illness.

“No, I am not ill but I appreciate your concern.” Esposito said after her departure, explaining the reason for the same. “I couldn’t have asked for a better opportunity than to work with the NCIS cast and producers,” she said in a statement to Deadline.

Frank Cardea and George Schenck, long-term writers, were promoted to showrunners after Gary Glasberg’s death. It’s possible that Glasberg’s “creation” didn’t fit in Cardea and Schenck’s intentions for the series’ continuation, paving the way for Esposito’s departure.
Jennifer Esposito: Where is she?

‘Speed Kills’ as Katherine Aronoff is played by Michael Goi in the Gary Oldman-starrer ‘Mary,’ as well as Natalie Passatino in ‘Mob Town,’ played by David A. Abeckaser, who later joined the cast of ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.’

In 2019, Esposito joined the cast of Amazon Prime Video’s superhero series ‘The Boys,’ playing Susan Raynor, the deputy director of the FBI who has a sexual relationship with Billy Butcher. She also plays Nora’s father Wally’s girlfriend Brenda in ‘Somewhere in Queens,’ her film adaptation of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond.’

Esposito is currently working on her directorial debut, ‘Fresh Kills,’ which will star her, Odessa A’zion, Annabella Sciorra, and others. The film, which runs through the 2023 Tribeca Festival, will premiere at the 2023 Tribeca Festival.

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