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“I spent eight years crafting this character and loving her, so when I perceived the character wasn’t being treated with the respect she deserved…
all the money in the world [can’t change that].” Elsewhere in the discussion, de Pablo said she remains “very close” with Weatherly, adding: “One of the greatest things about my job is that every once in a while you meet people and say, ‘They’re going to be in my life forever,’ and I think he’s one of them.” Carter first reported on de Pablo’s confirmation.
Weatherly got a taste of creative freedom by directing a documentary and establishing his own production company, so in the end, he just came to the realization that it might finally be time to retire Agent Tony Di Nozzo and let the man behind the agent branch out more.
However, the fact that he decided to leave the series does not mean that he made the decision lightly.
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I would look around the room and other people were really in sync and having fun. There's something so sad about him likening his recent time on the show as staying at a party too long.
The show was a huge success, but I just suddenly realized that I probably had other things that I should be doing. Parties aren't supposed to get old, and Di Nozzo isn't supposed to be bored.
Glasberg has also said that the foundation for Di Nozzo’s exit story has been threaded throughout the season.We cannot exactly say we blame him for wanting to find a new gig for himself, though.13 years in the same job would be enough to make anyone stir crazy.However, one of the most consistent factors on the show has come in the form of Michael Weatherly’s Tony Di Nozzo.Part team hunk and part comic relief, the character always brought a particular light-heartedness to even the most violent and somber of criminal cases.