Eric Olsen Poses with His Beautiful Wife and Their Lookalike Children in Sweet Photo
On "NCIS: Los Angeles," actor Eric Christian Olsen plays the jokester Detective Marty Deeks who is in a loving relationship with Kensi. In real life, he is married to actress Sarah Wright Olsen and a devoted family man.
Christian met his wife Sarah Wright Olsen in 2006 on the set of the Fox sitcom, “The Loop.” They tied the knot near Jackson Hole, Wyoming in June 2012.
The couple shares two children, Wyatt Oliver Olsen and Esme Olivia Olsen, together. They regularly show off their lighthearted love and family on social media.
Most recently, Eric took to social media site Instagram to share a sweet picture of their family. In the caption, he wrote:
"2020 starting off family-folk-band strong in the desert."
He also used the hashtags: " #2020 #weouthere #couldntgetupfromthiskneel #oldknees #stillthere #comegetme #forrealstho." The picture was taken at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.
It was liked by more than thirty-one thousand people. Many fans also took a moment to share their admiration for the family in the comments section.
Fan comments varied from simply complementing the family to admiring their fashion choices. One fan wrote:
"Can I get a blanket made of all of these coats, dope thanks."
Another fan jokingly wondered "How many muppets were murdered for those coats?" to which another fan responded, writing, " I was just going to ask if anyone had seen Fozzie Bear lately."
The couple kicked off the new year with multiple projects already in the works. Aside from acting in "NCIS: LA," Eric is also executive producing two new CBS shows.
He is also producing a CBS drama called “First Lady,” and a Hulu action-comedy called “Woke.” In late 2018, Sarah launched a line of organic skincare products called Bāeo Baby.
However, despite his busy schedule, Sarah revealed Eric always has time to put his family first. She wrote:
"I am completely in awe of what you do, how you do it and how you make so much time for us it never feels like you are away."