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“My kids and my marriage are the things I’m proudest of,” Bull star Michael Weatherly tells PEOPLE
Every Tuesday night, millions tune in to watch Michael Weatherly dominate courtrooms as ace trial consultant Dr. Jason Bull.
“He sleeps on his couch, drinks too much, doesn’t go to the gym, doesn’t take care of himself,” the Bull star says in the current issue of PEOPLE of his character, who’s at the top of his game professionally but “falling apart” privately. “He’s a guy I understand. I’ve gone through periods of my life where I’ve pushed myself a little too hard and it’s cost me.”
Weatherly enjoys a happy life in Los Angeles with wife Bojana Janković, 37, a physician, their daughter Olivia, 5, and son Liam, 4. But the actor, 49, admits his current bliss is a product of learning from stumbles — including his divorce from his first wife, actress Amelia Heinle, with whom he has a son, August, 21.
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Michael Weatherly with his wife and kids in 2017.
“That was a very difficult time,” he says of splitting in 1997 after less than two years of marriage. “When I got remarried, I wanted to do my very best to ensure that rupture wouldn’t happen again. My kids and my marriage are the things I’m proudest of.”
Weatherly was in his early 20s when he was cast on the soap opera Loving and its spinoff The City, where he fell in love with castmate Heinle.
The pair wed in 1995, but after The City was canceled the following year, Weatherly struggled with the stresses of supporting a wife and child.
“I was 27 and could barely take care of myself, but I had to feed people and put a roof over their heads,” he says. Weatherly took pretty much any job that was offered to him to help pay the bills, but that meant lots of time apart and, eventually, divorce. “It’s a tough thing for a kid,” Weatherly says of how son August adjusted to the split. “Especially when one of your parents is on the other side of the country.”
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Weatherly knew he wanted to do things differently moving forward.
After his two-year engagement to his Dark Angel costar Jessica Alba ended in 2003, he met Janković in 2007, and they wed two years later. Weatherly says he now makes family time a priority.
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“I don’t bring my work home,” he explains. “I’m a single-track-mind person, so at work I do my work, but at home I’m devoted to my kids.” He credits his profession for a lot of his personal growth. “Acting has given me a way of understanding myself,” he says. “It’s made me a better person.”
Weatherly jokes that his wife, an internist, “probably sees me more as a patient than a husband at this point,” but he is grateful for their successful eight-year marriage and looks forward to enjoying their golden years together. “I’m lucky. I have a wonderful wife and am well on my way to a very happy retirement,” he says. “I just gotta educate these kids first!”
Bull airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on CBS.
The Real Reason Michael Weatherly Left NCIS After 13 Seasons
In April 2020, the longrunning CBS crime drama NCIS wrapped up its 17th season. After all these years, the cast is still headed by Mark Harmon as Special Agent Gibbs, and the 17th season saw appearances from classic characters like Ziva David and Jimmy Palmer, played by Cote de Pablo and Brian Dietzen, respectively.
Obviously, the NCIS team that we first met in 2003 has changed quite a bit over the years. Other than Mark Harmon, David McCallum is the only series regular who’s been around since the very beginning. He plays Dr. Donald \”Ducky\” Mallard, as you probably know.
But few former NCIS characters are missed as much as Michael Weatherly’s Tony DiNozzo. People just loved tuning in to watch his antics every week.
So it’s no surprise that many fans were downright disappointed when he left the show at the end of season 13. His departure left us with two burning questions: One: Why did Weatherly decide to hang up his badge after 13 seasons? And, two: Will Tony DiNozzo ever make another appearance on NCIS?
It’s hard to say. Remember what happened in the season 13 finale? Tony was mourning the alleged death of Ziva, with whom he’d always enjoyed a loving but complicated relationship. After Ziva’s supposed death, Tony learns that she’d given birth to their child…a secret she decided to keep from Tony to avoid complicating their lives. Talk about an emotional burden.
Though Tony is understandably shocked by this news, he takes to fatherhood quickly. By the end of the episode, Ziva’s alleged killer has been taken down by the team, and Tony has made a really tough decision: He’s going to step away from NCIS to raise his daughter and rebuild his life. Of course, everyone is devastated by his departure, but they certainly understand his reasoning. It’s one of the most emotional sendoffs in the history of the series.
But why did Weatherly step away from NCIS after such a long run? Ultimately, he left for the same reason that many people leave their jobs: After 13 years, he felt it was time to move on. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he said he was burned out by the show’s taxing schedule. As to how Tony’s story wrapped up, Weatherly said,
\”It really felt like a circle that had gone all the way around and I really felt happy with the resolution of character and my time on the show.\”
Weatherly left the show on good terms with the cast and crew, and he quickly landed a role on another CBS series. While he was preparing his departure from NCIS, it was announced that he would be the lead of a new primetime drama, Bull. The show was somehow inspired by the life and times of the decidedly uninspiring Doctor Phil. It finds Weatherly playing a psychologist, Dr. Jason Bull, the head of a jury consulting firm. Keep watching the video to see the real reason Michael Weatherly left NCIS after 13 seasons.
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Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly at the 50th Monte Carlo TV Festival
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Actor Michael Weatherly talking about what his time on NCIS meant to him. ❤️
Actor Michael Weatherly (Dark Angel, NCIS, BULL) talking about what his time on the hit TVShow meant to him. ♥️
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