Actress Troian Bellisario (TV's Pretty Little
Liars) is the daughter of producers Donald P. Bellisario and
his third wife, Deborah Pratt. Troian made her onscreen debut as a
toddler in 1988's Last Rites, which was written and directed by her
father. Before Pretty Little Liars, she appeared on several TV
shows her father produced. Deborah and her now ex-husband Donald worked
together on the series Quantum Leap, as well as Tequila and
Bonetti (1992), in which Troian appeared. Deborah also starred in
2010's Peep World. Troian had a small part in the film. Troian,
Donald, and Deborah have all appeared in episodes of JAG and Quantum
Leap, both of which Donald has written for and produced.
Troian's brother Nicholas Bellisario appeared in an
episode of the 2002 series First Monday, created by his father.
Troian appeared in two episodes.
Troian's half-brother, Michael Bellisario (2007's The
Picture of Dorian Gray), is the son of Donald and his second wife, Lynn
Halpern. Lynn appeared in a 1979 episode of Donald's show Battlestar
Gallactica. Michael's first onscreen appearance was in a 1983 episode of
his dad's TV show Tales of the Gold Monkey. Michael also had a role
with Troian in Last Rites, and has appeared in episodes of his
dad's shows JAG, Quantum Leap, and NCIS.
Troian's half-brother David Bellisario is Donald's son
from his first marriage. David is a producer who has worked with his father on
the series Magnum, P.I., Quantum Leap, JAG, NCIS,
and NCIS: Los Angeles. He also co-produced the 1995 TV movie Crowfoot,
which Donald wrote.
David's sister Julie B. Watson is also a producer
whose first project was the 1987 TV movie Three on a Match, which
Donald wrote and directed. Julie has worked with her dad and brother on JAG, Crowfoot,
and NCIS. She also worked with her dad and younger half-sister
Troian on Tequila and Bonetti.
Troian's step-brothers Sean Murray ("Timothy McGee" on NCIS,
1993's Hocus Pocus and This Boy's Life) and Chad
W. Murray are Donald's stepsons from his fourth marriage. Troian
played Sean's sister on NCIS. Sean appeared in six episodes of JAG. Chad,
post-production coordinator and associate producer of NCIS, played
the victim on a 2003 episode. Chad also worked as a post-production
coordinator of JAG and assistant producer of First