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'NCIS:LA' Star Chris O'Donnell Prioritized Having A Family Over A Massive Film Career

Chris O'Donnell has been one of Hollywood's go-to good guys since the early 90s. Recognizable from his roles playing Dick Grayson/Robin in Batman & Robin and Batman Forever, D'Artagnan in The Three Musketeers, and Charlie Sims in Scent of a Woman, it seemed like O'Donnell was on the path to becoming one of the next big movie stars. But towards the end of the 90s, he started slowing down and decided that he wanted to prioritize starting a family over having a big film career.
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‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star Chris O’Donnell Recalled Getting Fired By Barbara Streisand

Before starring in NCIS: Los Angeles, Chris O’Donnell got his start on the big screen in the 1990 film Men Don’t Leave at just 17 years old. Still pursuing acting while he was at Boston College in the early 90s, O’Donnell tried out for a part with the legendary singer/actor Barbara Streisand. He later got a call from the music icon with some bad news.
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‘NCIS: Los Angeles’: Eric Christian Olsen or Chris O’Donnell: Who Has the Higher Net Worth?

Eric Christian Olsen and Chris O’Donnell are best known for their roles on NCIS: Los Angeles. Which star has the higher net worth? Here’s what Showbiz Cheat Sheet knows. Olsen made his acting debut in a 1997 episode of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. After that, he appeared in the TV movies Black Cat Run (1998) and Arthur’s Quest (1999). In 1999, Olsen landed a recurring role in the television series Get Real. He played Cameron Green until 2000.
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Val Kilmer and Chris O’Donnell Become Batman Forever Hot Toys Figures

Val Kilmer and Chris O’Donnell Become Batman Forever Hot Toys Figures. At the time of its release, Batman Forever appeared to be the movie that saved the Batman cinematic franchise. Steering away from Tim Burton’s more gothic horror elements, it replaced Michael Keaton with the more conventionally square-jawed Val Kilmer, and included references to the 1966 TV show. In the decades since, it’s become known as the movie that put nipples on the Batsuit. Director Joel Schumacher, previously a costume designer, revamped the Batman and Robin outfits to look more like Greek statues.
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‘NCIS: Los Angeles’: Chris O’Donnell Says They Almost Never Film at Night

NCIS: Los Angeles star Chris O’Donnell has been on the show since it first aired in 2009. Here’s what he revealed about why the TV show rarely films at night. O’Donnell plays G. Callen on NCIS: Los Angeles. His character often partners with Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J). Things on the show have been getting tense for Callen. He recently tried to propose to his girlfriend, Anna (Bar Paly), but it didn’t go as planned. When he came to her motel so he could pop the question, the love of his life was nowhere to be found.
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