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The show will feature "three unlikely colleagues—two of them played by de Pablo and Jack Davenport—who inadvertently stumble upon an invention that challenges the very nature of quantum physics—a discovery which in turn puts their lives in grave danger." However, in August 2016 Deadline reported that Syfy passed on the show. Her full performance of the song, including some lyrics in French, appears for the first time on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack, which was released on February 10, 2009.De Pablo performed a portion of Tom Waits' song "Temptation" on the NCIS episode, "Last Man Standing", which first aired in the U. She is also the singer in Roberto Pitre's Vivo en vida where she sings "Samba in Prelude" and "Cry Me a River".
In the fifth grade, she found many people could not properly pronounce her first name of "María José", so she asked them to call her "Coté", a common Chilean nickname for María José.De Pablo co-hosted episodes of the Latin-American talk show Control with former Entertainment Tonight host, Carlos Ponce, at the age of 15 before attending Carnegie Mellon University to study music and theatre.After appearing in a number of television roles, she was cast to portray main character Ziva David in the CBS television series NCIS in 2005.Cote de Pablo is a remarkable and a famous Chilean-American actress. She is a very talented and gorgeous actress and singer who made many people fund of her acting skills and her melodious voice. Her nationality is American, Chilean and her ethnicity is Chilean She is the daughter of Francisco de Pablo and María Olga Fernández. Her younger sister's name is Andrea and a brother name's is Francisco.She has been nominated for many awards and won a few. She completed her schooling from Arvida Middle School.She started her college from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she choose to study Music and Theater and performed in several plays like And the World Goes ' Round and A Little Night Music.
She graduated college in 2000 with degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater.
Her big break came later that year, however, when she landed a starring role as Mossad Officer Ziva David on the CBS crime drama Her performance as Officer Ziva David won Cote de Pablo her first major award in 2006, when she was given the Imagen Award for best supporting actress.
In 2008, Cote de Pablo was nominated for two more awards: the Alma Award for outstanding actress in a drama television series, (for which she won in 2011), and another Imogen Award for best supporting actress.
When she was 10, Cote de Pablo and her family moved to Miami, Florida, where her mother landed a job on the Spanish-language television channel, Telemundo.
Once in the United States, de Pablo began to focus her education on music and theater, including studying at Carnegie Mellon University., playing the role of Dolores Fuentes, but the show was canceled after a trial run in San Francisco.
She had sent in a videotape audition while waiting for The Mambo Kings to move forward and was asked to fly to Los Angeles for a screen test two days after it was canceled.