A few months after stopping my uncle Charlie, Jon Cryer found the small American screen with NCIS. Finished the comedy, the actor will play a surgeon who has the life of Gibbs in the hands, in the first episode of season 13.

After having squatted for 12 years a huge house by the sea in Malibu with Charlie Sheen, then Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer said farewell to my uncle Charlie last February. Since then, the actor had not appeared on American television, but the start of the series in September will correct this error.

According to American website TVGuide, the comedian will appear in the first episode of season 13 of NCIS in crucial. (WARNING SPOILER) It will play Dr. Taft, a surgeon who will have the life of Gibbs (Mark Harmon) in the hands, after that he either gets shot in the final episode of season 12. (END OF SPOILER)

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jon Cryer returned to his chance to integrate the series, he has been waiting 13 years: "our series began the same year and whenever I met an actor in NCIS I asked him if I could appear in an episode". But this isn't really the the surgeon that interested him.

"I liked the series from the first episode, and I always wanted to play the type who dies in the first two minutes of an entertaining way. "And then appear on the mortuary table in the lab of Ducky (David McCallum) with my genitalia clearly visible" he said with humor.

To prepare for the role, Jon Cryer has spent a whole day with a real surgeon, which eventually accompany him on the shooting of the scene. "All the people around me were real professionals of the medical world, there was that I, who supposed to be a talented surgeon, who knew nothing" he said amused. The episode will be aired on September 22 next in the United States on CBS. Created by http://www.boxsetstore.com