Sean Murray's mother is Vivienne Bellisario, she is the fourth wife of American television producer and screenwriter Donald P. Bellisario, making Sean Bellisario's stepson. He has one brother, Chad W. Murray who works on NCIS: Los Angeles as a producer and seven stepsiblings including Pretty Little Liars actress Troian Bellisario.
The reason for his parent’s divorce is not known. Most of Sean’s childhood was spent in Maryland and he completed his schooling in the same state.
Early Acting Career
Sean started his career early in 1991 and the first movie he worked in was Backfield in Motion and the same year he also worked in Civil Wars. Civil Wars was a small TV series. The next year he appeared in a short film called Too Romantic. His popularity kept on growing and because of his growing fame, he got to work in three shows and movies in 1993. He worked in Hocus Pocus, This Boys’ Life and River of Rage in 1993 and he was also nominated for the award for Best Youth Actor for his work in Hocus Pocus.
In 1995, he got a chance to work in ER and Trial by Fire. Sean also worked in several movies in 1996, the movies he worked in that year fall into Darkness, The Lottery and For My Daughter’s Honor. All three movies were loved by the audience and critics.
In 1997, Sean was featured in The Sleepwalker Killing and from 1998 to 2001 he worked in the show called JAG. In 1999, Sean also worked in Touched by an Angel and in 2000, Sean was hired for an episode of Boston Public.
Big Role With NCIS
Sean is best known for his role in NCIS. The crime show has been the No. 1 drama on TV for almost a decade. In the United States and around the world, the show is in constant syndication and has aired over 300 episodes.
The good times have certainly lasted for the group of friends who launched the flagship NCIS series in September 2003. Originally an NCIS agent assigned to the naval base in Norfolk, Virginia, Sean’s character Agent McGee turned up one season with a face mask as he stood watch on a decomposed body and caught some attitude from boss man Mark Harmon's gritty Jethro Gibbs.
|15 Nov, 1977
|United States of America
|Net Worth 2021: