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G. Callen

G. Callen (portrayed by Chris O'Donnell) is an NCIS Special Agent in charge of the Office of Special Projects Team stationed in Los Angeles, introduced in the series' backdoor pilot, "Legend" from NCIS. He had a troubled past. He often eats bananas to calm himself. He is known by friends as "G". It is revealed in "Identity" that he is called G not because he doesn't like his first name, but he doesn't actually know what it stands for because the state never told him. In the episode "Pushback", it is revealed that Callen had moved from 37 foster homes, sometimes every few days. The longest he stayed with one place was when he was fourteen years old, for three months, with the family of a Russian girl named Alina Rostoff who, in 2009, was watching Callen and trying, but failing, to protect him from being shot. Callen and the team later realized that his non-fatal shooting was traced back to a mission Callen took part in when he was a DEA agent ten years earlier. In the first season's final episode "Callen, G", Callen tracks down a woman named Amy Callen who initially claims to be his sister, but then admits her name is Hannah Lawson, and that she knew Callen's sister when they both lived in an orphanage together. Amy had died, however, when the two snuck out at night to play in the river. When Hannah returned, she slept in Amy's bed, and the caretakers there never realized what had happened. When Amy's body was found a few months later, she was buried under Hannah's name. G later goes to visit that grave, and finds an obviously recent note left to "my Sweet daughter". Also during the episode, Nate Getz discovers that a list of all G's foster homes and orphanages was written by one person, but over a number of years, indicating that someone has been keeping an eye on him during that time. Callen once served with his good friend Leroy Jethro Gibbs, who is now working with the NCIS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Callen specializes in undercover work.

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