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|NATE GETZ played by PETER CAMBOR|
| Title/Rank: || Operational Psychologist |
| Nickname(s): || Doc|
|Specialties:|| He is able to profile suspects and gives operational support for the agents|
plays the harmonica and banjo, and ping pong, and can beat you at Pictionary
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Quiet, Only talks when needed
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|Quirks:|| funny way he smiles and holds his mouth|
|Weakness(es):|| Not very good at being an agent. Doesn't know how to handle a gun. Can't handle his alcohol |
|Strength(s):|| Thinks very logically. Able to profile suspects and analyze them. He is a very good listener. Gives good advice.|
|NATE GETZ BACKSTORY|
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|NATE GETZ DEFINING MOMENTS|
|Chinatown||Nate went out in the field. Uncovered a silent Chinese sleeper cell of agents that would have gone well into the future.|
|Legend 1||Macy confides in Nate about the history between she and Gibbs|
|Legend 2||Nate tells Gibbs the complete story of the evidence Macy covered up|
|Ambush||Was in charge while Hetty was out. Led the militia operation at Ops.|
|Brimstone||Finds out Stanton Olin, the paranoid marine, was lying about what he did in Iraq and after he gave his bible to him, Nate figures out that Olin is going to commit suicide.|
| G ,Callen ||Found out that someone has been watching Callen since he went into his first foster home. When ever Callen went to a new foster home, his new address was written in the same handwriting as it happened. Hetty says that someone's been watching Callen all these years.|
|Human traffic||Has his passport packed because Hetty is sending him on a mysterious assignment. hope you come back?|
|NATE GETZ PHOTOS|
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● See also: G. Callen | Sam Hanna | Kensi Blye |Nate Getz | Henrietta "Hetty" Lange | Director Leon Vance | Nell Jones | Marty Deeks | Lauren Hunter || FORMER NCIS Members: Dominic Vail | ●
● See also: NCIS: Los Angeles Cast | NCIS: Los Angeles Episode Guides | NCIS: Los Angeles Top 100 Reasons to Watch | ●
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|Mulchahy||Nate (page: 1 2)||21||May 27 2011, 6:36 PM EDT by bookworm100|
Thread started: Nov 15 2009, 8:58 AM EST Watch
I get this feeling that Nate is a troubled person. There have been 7 episodes and I feel like we got to know him best in Legend from the regular NCIS. Callen seems to get mad at him a lot and he is unsure of what to do sometimes. Maybe it is just early in the season, but we know the least about him and he knows the most about everyone else. I like him because he is secretive or maybe the team doesn't let him voice what he thinks. So far I have only seen him talk a bunch with Hetty and sometimes Kensi. I just find it wierd.
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|TXJ||Nate not Gone - Cambor twitters TV Guide link||1||Oct 7 2010, 9:36 PM EDT by TXJ|
Thread started: Oct 7 2010, 9:35 PM EDT Watch
I can't get the news feed to work right so I'll just post it here The below is a copy/paste from tv guild.
On Tuesday's NCIS: Los Angeles, team psychologist Nate returned from his top-secret assignment, only to leave again by episode's end. Is he gone for good?
"I don't think this is the last you'll see of Nate," Peter Cambor tells TVGuide.com of his character's arc. "It's kind of a big mystery. If there's not a bullet in my head, I'm not gone. It's left open-ended for some reason, and that adds to the mystery."
Cambor says he's been sworn to secrecy by executive producer Shane Brennan, who first pitched the storyline to Cambor last season. "I was like, 'Oh, that's different than what I thought it was going to be,' but I totally understand the reasons," Cambor says. "It's just part of the deal."
"It's a really exciting profession in the sense that you don't know what the next day's going to bring," he says. "It can be awesome, crazy, surprising and scary, but that's part of why I signed up to do this. In a strange way, being an NCIS agent is a microcosm for the entertainment business."
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