Where Is NCIS’ Agent Clayton Reeves Star Duane Henry Now?


NCIS’ Agent Clayton Reeves made his heartbreaking exit five years ago so where is actor Duane Henry now?
NCIS Agent Clayton Reeves left fans in tears when his exit storyline aired and fans are interested to find out what Duane Henry has been up to since
Clayton was tragically killed in the line of duty during season 15 when a hit was put on Abby Sciuto (played by Pauley Perrette).

The colleagues were out together when a gunman tried to shoot at Abby and Clayton got in the way to protect her and he sadly died as a result.

This led to Abby herself leaving, wanting to work on the charity Clayton talked about setting up, in his honour.

With Clayton’s departure causing such a ripple effect in the CBS police procedural, it’s no wonder viewers are interested to find out what he has been up to.

Where is NCIS’ Agent Clayton Reeves star Duane Henry now?

Actor Duane Henry has only had a small handful of projects since leaving his days at NCIS behind.

He has worked on two Christmas TV movies, A Gingerbread Romance and Mistletoe in Montana which came out in 2021. Henry also entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a Talos-Kree Soldier in Captain Marvel four years ago.

In the same year, he starred in a couple of episodes of What Just Happened??! In some of its sketch shows. Since his most recent Christmas film, however, Henry hasn’t been on our screens.


In fact, he stopped posting on X, formerly known as Twitter, the same year he left NCIS.

He does have an Instagram account but it is on private settings so cannot be accessed by the public.

Henry did share an emotional message at the time of his departure from the police procedural.
He wrote: “I’ve been wanting to share this with you guys for so long but for the sake of entertainment, I couldn’t and it has been one of the toughest things I’ve had to deal with.

“Not only saying goodbye to playing Clayton Reeves with a great cast and an incredible crew and most of all to you guys who not only made me feel like part of the NCIS family but you made me feel like your family also.

“Week in and week out for the past two years, I’ve felt the acceptance grow, NCIS will always have an emotional attachment to me for the rest of my life, not only being homeless before this show and it changing my family’s life and showing people dreams do come true no matter where you are.”