Pauley Perrette has shared a sweet video following the sad loss of her former NCIS co-star, David McCallum, revealing how she is supporting David’s son, Val. The star shared a clip of enjoying a concert, where Val was performing on guitar, on her Instagram account, and her fans were thrilled to see her enjoying herself.
She captioned the video: “My pastor and I went to see @JacksonBrowne. SUCH a good show. The OUTSTANDING #guitar player on the right in the red shirt is @valmccallum.7. Son of #DavidMccallum. Excellent musicianship all around. And I could listen to just his backup singers all day. Lovely young ladies Jackson met in a youth gospel choir.”
Responding to the post, one person wrote: “I like hearing good musicians that know how to play well myself. Well orchestrated, well written and delivered . That’s always a good time, Pauley.” Another person added: “His vocals are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing, Pauley.” A third person wrote: “Fantastic music, love them!! Wonderful to see @valmccallum.7, talented family.”
Val’s father, NCIS star David McCallum, very sadly passed away in late September aged 90 of natural causes at New York Presbyterian Hospital. NCIS’ executive producers released a statement following his death, which reads: “For over twenty years, David McCallum endeared himself to audiences around the world playing the wise, quirky, and sometimes enigmatic, Dr. Donald 'Ducky' Mallard.
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"But as much as his fans may have loved him, those who worked side by side with David loved him that much more. He was a scholar and a gentleman, always gracious, a consummate professional, and never one to pass up a joke. From day one, it was an honor to work with him and he never let us down. He was, quite simply, a legend. He was also family and will be deeply missed."
A statement from CBS added: “We are deeply saddened by the passing of David McCallum and privileged that CBS was his home for so many years, David was a gifted actor and author, and beloved by many around the world. He led an incredible life, and his legacy will forever live on through his family and the countless hours on film and television that will never go away.”
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"We will miss his warmth and endearing sense of humor that lit up any room or soundstage he stepped onto, as well as the brilliant stories he often shared from a life well-lived. Our hearts go out to his wife Katherine and his entire family, and all those who knew and loved David."