Sasha Alexander's guest and recurring roles on TV.

Sasha Alexander has made notable appearances on various television shows throughout her career, portraying a diverse range of characters across different genres. Here's an exploration of her television roles, including guest appearances and recurring characters 

Dawson's Creek" (1998): – Alexander appeared in a guest-starring role on the popular teen drama "Dawson's Creek." She portrayed Gretchen Witter, the older sister of Pacey Witter (played by Joshua Jackson), in several episodes during the show's second and third seasons.

Wasteland" (1999): – Alexander had a recurring role on the short-lived drama series "Wasteland." She portrayed Jesse Presser, one of the main characters, in this ensemble drama about a group of friends navigating life and relationships in New York City.

Presidio Med" (2002-2003): – Alexander starred as Dr. Jackie Colette, a surgical resident, in the medical drama series "Presidio Med." The show followed the personal and professional lives of doctors and nurses working at a San Francisco hospital.

NCIS" (2003-2012): – Alexander joined the cast of the long-running crime procedural "NCIS" in its second season. She portrayed Special Agent Caitlin Todd, a skilled and determined agent who worked alongside Leroy Jethro Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) and the rest of the NCIS team.

– While her tenure on the show was relatively short-lived, Alexander's character made a lasting impact on fans of the series, and her departure from the show was met with surprise and sadness by viewers.

zzoli & Isles" (2010-2016): – Alexander co-starred in the crime drama series "Rizzoli & Isles" as Dr. Maura Isles, a brilliant medical examiner with a knack for solving crimes. The show centered around the partnership between Dr. Isles and Detective Jane Rizzoli (played by Angie Harmon) as they solved murders in Boston.

 Guest Appearances:In addition to her recurring and starring roles, Alexander has made guest appearances on various television shows, including "Friends," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "E.R.," and "The Nine."

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