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Who plays ATF Agent Anna Kolcheck on NCIS: Los Angeles?

Bary Paly as Anastasia Kolchek on NCIS: Los Angeles
Bary Paly as Anastasia Kolchek on NCIS: Los Angeles. Pic credit: CBS

ATF Agent Anna Kolcheck is back on NCIS: Los Angeles. The character is played by actress Bar Paly, and she has guest-starred on a number of episodes over the years.

On Season 10 Episode 5, called Pro Se, Kolcheck was shown having coffee with Callen (Chris O’Donnell). The early encounter in the episode ended with the former couple arguing but leaving on seemingly good terms.

During that episode, the NCIS: Los Angeles team was trying to save an informant from jail time. That informant had been working for them during the time of her alleged crime.

While they end up saving her, the episode comes to a close with Kolcheck being taken off to jail in a mystery situation.

Who is ATF Agent Anna Kolcheck on NCIS: Los Angeles?

NCIS has partnered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) a number of times. It typically has involved Anna Kolcheck guest-starring on an episode.

At the end of Season 9, they tracked a notorious international weapons dealer that had returned to the states, leading to a lot of drama. Repercussions await.

During the November 11 episode of the show, called One of Us, Callen is shown visiting Kolcheck in prison. Will he help to get her out of this situation?

Is this fallout from the joint ATF-NCIS investigation that took place? Does he still have feelings for her? Make sure to tune in and find out.

Who is actress Bar Paly on NCIS: Los Angeles?

Over the years, actress Bar Paly has starred in a number of movies. Her IMDb credits include roles on Non-Stop, The Ruins, Millon Dollar Arm, and Pain & Gain. She has also appeared on the television shows Jean-Claude Van Johnson, Legends of Tomorrow, and The Starter Wife.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on CBS.


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