Marie Jose de Pablo Fernandez, professionally known as Cote de Pablo, is a Chilean-American actress and singer. She has an estimated net worth of $4 million, and she is best known for her roles in NCIS, starring Pauley Perrette, Mark Harmon, David McCallum, etc.
Pablo who is currently 38-years-old has won the prestigious ALMA Award, but she is very inactive in the entertainment industry. The last time she appeared in a role was as Laura Kale in 2016's TV movie Prototype.
So, here we are going to share some details related to her net worth, salary, career, and awards.
As of 2018, Cote de Pablo has an estimated net worth of $4 million. And her net worth in our opinion is not going to increase anytime soon because she has been very inactive in the following years. She has not only not appeared in any role, but she is also not in the limelight.
However, back when she was a part of the show NCIS, she received a salary of $120,000 per episode. And before she was all set to quit the show in 2013, the producers of the show decided to increase her salary to a jaw-dropping $175,000 per episode. But she kindly denied and left the show despite the massive offer.
Watch Cote de Pablo on NCIS.
Other than this, there is no information related to her salary and earnings from her career as an actress. Likewise, details about her properties like cars and houses are also a mystery.
Cote de Pablo made her debut on TV in 1994 as the co-host on Control. She hosted the show for a year, and five years later, she received her first role as an actress.
Watch Cote de Pablo on Control.
In 2000, she appeared as Fiona in an episode of The $treet. In the following years, she appeared in numerous other minor roles, but in 2005, she got her breakthrough as she was cast as Special Agent Ziva David in the TV series NCIS.
She appeared in a total of 188 episodes on the show from 2005 to 2013. And after Pablo left NCIS, she has only appeared in four roles to date.
Her latest work as an actress was her portrayal of Laura Kale in TV movie Prototype. Other than this, she has not appeared in any film or TV show.
But throughout her years in NCIS, she was nominated for numerous awards, and in 2011 she won her first award, i.e., an ALMA Award under the category Favorite Television Actress—Leading Role in a Drama.