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William Petersen as Gil Grissom
Born: February 21, 1953
Birthplace: Evanston, IL
William Petersen has an extensive background in film, theater and television. His television credits include the films "Long Gone," "The Rat Pack," "The Kennedys of Massachusetts," which won a Golden Globe Award, "The Beast," and "Keep the Change," which he also produced.
Among his theatrical film credits are "To Live and Die in L.A.," "Manhunter," "Fear," "Cousins," "Young Guns II," "Hard Promises" and, most recently, "The Skulls." This fall he will be seen in "The Contender."
Petersen made his Broadway debut in a revival of Tennessee Williams' "The Night of the Iguana." In 1979, he founded the Remains Theater Ensemble in Chicago with a group of fellow actors and has appeared in a number of regional stage productions, including "A Streetcar Named Desire," "The Time of Your Life," "Glengarry Glen Ross," "Fool for Love" and "Speed-the-Plow."
Petersen was born in Evanston, IL., and first discovered acting while on a football scholarship at Idaho State University. He later studied acting in Spain.
Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
Born: November 16, 1958
Birthplace: North Bend, NE
Marg Helgenberger is best known to television audiences for her Emmy Award-winning role as K.C. in the series "China Beach." Her other television credits include recurring guest appearances in the series "ER," as George Clooney's character's love interest, and roles in the movies "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town," on the CBS Television Network, "Thanks of a Grateful Nation" and "The Happy Face Murders" and the mini-series "The Tommyknockers." Helgenberger recently starred in the feature film "Erin Brockovich" with Julia Roberts. Her additional feature films include "Species," "Species II," "Fire Down Below," "The Last Time I Committed Suicide," "My Fellow Americans," "The Cowboy Way," "Bad Boys," "Always" and "Crooked Hearts."
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Alan Rosenberg, and their son, Hugh.
Gary Dourdan as Warrick Brown
Born: December 11
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Gary Dourdan recently appeared as Malcolm X in the television movie "Muhammad Ali: King of the World." His additional television credits include a starring role in the series "Swift Justice" and guest appearances in the series "New York Undercover," "Cold Feet" and "Beggars and Choosers."
Among Dourdan's feature film credits are "Impostor," "Alien Resurrection," "Playing God," "Scarred City," "New Jersey Turnpikes" and "The Weekend."
George Eads as Nick Stokes
Born: March 1
Birthplace: Fort Worth, TX
George Eads, who played Thumper in the comedy series "Grapevine" on the CBS Television Network, also starred in the series "Savannah" and has appeared as a guest star in "Strange Luck" and in several episodes of "ER." His television film credits include "The Spring," "Broken Crown" and "The Ultimate Lie," and among his feature film credits are "Only in America" and "Dust to Dust."
Eads' immense fondness for playing "make believe" while growing up should have been a good indicator that he would not end up with a career in sales, which was his initial intention. So when the opportunity to teach drama at a local middle school presented itself, he jumped at it.
He lives in Los Angeles.
Jorjy Fox as Sara Sidle
Born: July 7
Birthplace: New York
Jorja Fox's television credits include a starring role in the series "Missing Persons" and recurring roles in the "The West Wing" and "ER." She also guest starred in the "Coming Out" episode of "Ellen."
Her film credits include the independent features "Memento," "Tiarra Tango" and "Down with the Joneses." Fox is the co-founder of Honeypot Productions, an independent avante garde theater company in Los Angeles, which so far has produced five original productions, four of which starred Fox.
Fox was born in New York and raised in Melbourne Beach, a small coastal town in Florida. She now lives in Los Angeles.
Born: April 28
Birthplace: Boston, MA
Veteran actor Paul Guilfoyle's feature film credits include "Random Hearts," "Anywhere But Here," "The Negotiator," "Amistad," "Air Force One," "L.A. Confidential," "Ransom," "Extreme Measures," "Striptease," "Quiz Show," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Primary Colors" and "Wall Street."
Among his theater credits are Broadway productions of "Search and Destroy," "The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel," "Richard III" and "Glengarry Glen Ross."
On television, he has appeared in the series "Wiseguy" and "Kate & Allie," both on the CBS Television Network, "Law & Order" and "Miami Vice" and in the movies "Notorious," "September," "Curiosity Kills," "Unnatural Pursuits" and "Amelia Earhart."
Guilfoyle lives in New York with his wife and daughter.
Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders
Born: July 24
Eric was born and raised in Wisconsin. After graduating high school, he attended Carroll College in Wisconsin, participating in a variety of theater arts productions. Soon thereafter, he moved to California where he attended and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California. He was also active in AADA-West Theater productions such as Moonchildren, Living Quarters, and G.R. Point. He also starred in Black Box at the Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles.
He's known for his part on the TV series The Net, and is now garnering a new legion of fans as Greg, the off-beat lab technician, in CSI.
Robert David Hall as Dr. David Robbins
Robert David Hall is an accomplished film and television actor who has appeared in movies such as The Negotiator and Starship Troopers, as well the Emmy-award winning TNT mini-series Andersonville. His television appearances include West Wing, Judging Amy, Family Law and course CSI as coroner Dr. David Robbins.
Viewers may notice that Hall uses a cane in his role as the coroner. It's not a prop, but something he uses in his daily life. In 1978 at the age of 31, he was involved in a car-truck collission and suffered severe burns and injury that resulted in the amputation of both his legs above the knee. After a year in the burn unit, he learned to walk on artificial limbs. His role in the 1991 film Class Action closely parallels his life.
Hall is active in advocating changes for the disabled in the entertainment industry, and serves on professional, government and charitable boards, such as Media Access Office (to create opportunities for people with disabilities), and Other Voice Playwright's Lab (for disabled actors in theater).
Besides acting, Hall is a disc jockey for an alternative music station, announces for national commercials, and plays guitar and sings with live band.
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