The reason NCIS has been so successful since 2003 is that the show sheds light on what life is like for law enforcement officials as they try to solve crimes. After 21 seasons, NCIS has a dedicated fan base that's devoted to finding out how things are going to play out with each character.
Former NCIS star Duane Henry is opening up about his character’s shocking exit from the long-running hit show. Henry’s character, Clayton Reeves, was introduced early in season 14. Reeves was a British agent that made a guest appearance before being bumped up to a series regular. He was then recruited as the NCIS Liaison Officer for their global desk.
Duane Henry would play a beloved character on NCIS in Special Agent Clayton Reeves but his stay on the show didn’t last too long. Henry came on the show after trying out for the role with late showrunner Gary Glasberg. Yet Glasberg would die in 2016 and it left others wondering what to do with this character. Well, there really happened to be just one choice those others on the show would make collectively.
It was a heroic death for MI6 Agent Clayton Reeves (Duane Henry) on NCIS. He lost his life saving the much-loved Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) by stepping in front of her and taking the bullet meant for her. “I couldn’t have asked for a better exit,” Henry told Parade.com in...
“Duke” Duane W. Henry passed away on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. As were his wishes, his body has been cremated with no services planned at this time. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family and mailed c/o Pedrick Funeral Home, P.O. Box 516, Keosauqua, IA 52565. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.cranstonfamilyfuneralhome.com.