Maya Stojan Grey's NCIS

Castle/S.H.I.E.L.D. Alum Maya Stojan Heads to NCIS, Grey's Anatomy

Maya Stojan, who last TV season juggled her recurring role as Castle tech whiz Tory Ellis with an arc as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Agent 33 (aka Kara), is once again doubly busy on your TV box.

TVLine has learned that Stojan will guest-star in a February episode of CBS’ NCIS as one of four privately commissioned deep sea divers who, after a retired petty officer dies under fishy circumstances, must remain in the diving chamber for four days to decompress… alongside the deceased’s body… while the NCIS team attempts to crack the case from land.

Stojan also will appear in an upcoming episode of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, though details on her role were unavailable.

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  1. DL says:

    I think Ms. Stojan is a decent enough actress, but I’m curious why she seems to get special attention on TVLine when she’s primarily appeared in recurring/supporting roles of little particular note. Anyone else noticed this?

    • Shannon says:

      All I seem to notice is that they give a lot of attention to Castle, S.H.I.E.L.D., Grey’s and NCIS. Maybe that’s it?

    • Bryan says:

      well, tvline’s sister site Deadline always does this even in movie projects so why not?

    • Shaun says:

      because she’s awesome in everything she’s on?Annie Wershing is pretty much that way too.Give some love to journeyman actors too :)

      • Patrick says:

        Maya is one of those actresses that seems to be on the verge of making it big, if she can find the right vehicle. Media outlets like to ID these types, build relationships, which can turn into gold mines if said actor has a huge project. If Maya becomes the lead in a hit show, TVLine will have an in which will lead to exclusive stories etc.
        Also, Maya might well be one of those “unnamed sources” that feed juicy gossip/breaking stories to the site. The quid for that quo is that she gets extra coverage. Its how entertainment “news” operates.

    • peterwdawson says:

      A recurring character on one of the site’s favorite shows who also appeared on another favorite for a season appearing on two more shows that get solid coverage, not an unusual mystery to solve. It’s not like they cover all actors, shows or TV events equally. Heck, I had to point out more than once on the ‘what to watch’ list some stuff they missed that is arguably big news for those fandoms before. It happens, it’s a solid and respectable site but it isn’t exactly equal opportunistic.

    • John NYC says:

      Her Tory was a fan favorite. ?

  2. KLS says:

    She’s missed on Castle, especially when her replacement character is not liked very much.

  3. John NYC says:

    Ah just a guest shot. I’d like her to be on more, was hoping the announcement was for one of the open NCIS team slots. She was terrific on SHIELD.

  4. Luis says:

    I have been missing her on the TV screen