NCIS Diona Reasonover shows support for writers strike from hospital bed

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NCIS actress Diona Reasonover has shown her ongoing support for the writers’ strikes, despite having just had major surgery and is now in recovery.

The 31-year-old actress has been a fan-favourite since joining the CBS police procedural’s cast back in season 15.

She’s had her own drama to contend with away from the cameras as Reasonover had a myomectomy to remove 10 fibroids.

Thankfully, the surgery went well and she shared with her fans she is “home now and resting”.

But, prior to leaving the hospital, Reasonover once again showed her support for the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.

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Taking to Instagram, she shared a picture while lying in a hospital bed with a WGA West shirt laid on top of her, asking followers to “picket extra hard” on her behalf.

Reasonover wrote: “Union strong even after surgery. Had a myomectomy to remove 10(!) fibroids.

“I’m home now and resting. Patricia is the best nurse.

“We’re good on food, flowers and errands, just picket extra hard for me, plz.”

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When the WGA strike began in May, Reasonover openly supported the writers alongside NCIS co-stars Brian Dietzen and Katrina Law.

She received a flurry of well wishes on Instagram from both fans and celebrities.

Agent Timothy McGee actor Sean Murray posted: “Rest up you” with a winky face and a red heart emoji.

Actress Meredith Eaton commented: “Sending a big hug to you!”, and Dietzen said: “Sending love and strength my friend!”

Unfortunately, due to the strikes, any non-independent project in Hollywood has been postponed, including NCIS.

CBS has released a revised fall schedule which sadly confirmed NCIS wouldn’t be returning later this year.

Season 21 has been confirmed though so production on the new episodes can finally begin once the strikes come to an end, whenever that may be.

NCIS is available to watch on CBS.

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