If you've ever crammed for a high school or college exam, you know how hard it is to fill your head with new knowledge overnight. It's one thing to spew it back to answer a list of multiple-choice questions but quite another to sound like an expert in an eight-page paper about the subject. And when that subject is science, you can't exactly fudge your way through, writing around the holes in your comprehension.
The original cast of "NCIS" is, especially for die-hard fans, iconic. That's especially true of Pauley Perrette's Abby Sciuto, who was on the show when it debuted in 2003 and remained with the series through 2018. Although cast turnover is inevitable on a show that's run as long as "NCIS," it can be hard for fans who are used to a certain dynamic to adjust when that dynamic suddenly changes.
With a decade of experience under her belt, Diana Reasonover has officially reached a point in her career where she’s accomplished a lot but still has so much more she would like to do. She has proven that she’s capable of playing a wide variety of roles, but she is most well known for her portrayal of Kasie Hines in NCIS. Since joining the show in 2018, she has become an important part of the series and a fan favorite. While viewers would love to see her stay on the show for as long as possible, it’ll also be interesting to see what kinds of roles she ends up doing in the future. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Diona Reasonover.
Although Mark Harmon is the core ingredient that keeps "NCIS" humming along, he's surrounded by a changeable lineup of great actors who make the show consistently compelling. In recent seasons, one of those supporting players has been Kasie Hines (Diona Reasonover). Kasie is the forensic scientist for the team who replaced Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) after Perrette left the series.