Bradley Simek
D     E     C     E     A     S     E     D
Gender: Male   Male
Died: April 2015, Washington D.C.
Status: Deceased- died after triggering a bomb on a bus that killed him instantly.
Portrayed by: Cody Sullivan
 First Appearance
  ●   NCIS: Troll (episode).
 Last Appearance
  ●   NCIS: Troll (episode).
List of Appearances

Bradley Simek was a teenager who was also a member of The Calling.



The son of Peter Simek and Mrs. Simek, Bradley led a relatively normal life up until 2013 where his father, Peter who Bradley had presumably admired died of a heart attack.

Left grief-stricken and unable to cope with his father's death, Bradley turned to the Internet for comfort and was subsequently recruited into the international terrorist group, the Calling which fed off his insecurities, loneliness as well as Bradley's need for companionship and also his anger against a world that he probably felt didn't understand him.

Bradley also sent regular emails to his father, none of them going unanswered due to the fact that Peter Simek was dead.

At some point, Bradley became a permanent member of the Calling.

NCIS Season 12Edit

In Troll (episode), Bradley was first seen leading NCIS Special Agents Leroy Jethro Gibbs and Eleanor Bishop to Curry, a basketball coach with Curry thanking Bradley before telling Bradley to go back to class.


In his first appearance, Bradley appeared to be quiet and unassuming.

However, in a later confrontation with Gibbs, Bradley appeared to be extremely aggressive and very loyal to the Calling, suggesting that his loyalty to the group was unbreakable given how he saw them as an important factor in his life although he displayed some shock upon learning that Ensign Janine Wilt was dead.


Bradley was a teenager, presumably sixteen years of age with short light brown hair that had a slight fringe at the top with the fringe covering the top of his forehead and green eyes.


Intelligence Edit


Peter SimekEdit

As seen in various photographs and information collected during the investigation, Bradley greatly admired his father with the two sharing a strong relationship.


In addition to being injured by the blast, Gibbs was left stunned and shell-shocked by Bradley Simek's death with Gibbs presumably berating himself for failing to get through to Bradley.

This protectiveness as well as a resolve not to fail again would manifest itself in Gibbs's dealings with teenager Luke Harris and although Gibbs would attempt to save Harris from the clutches of the Calling, this would ultimately lead to disastrous consequences for Gibbs himself as he was later shot and left for dead by Luke in a street in Iraq.