11:01 AM EDT 11/20/2013
Originally posted 11/13/2013 01:00PM
Jorja Fox wasn't quite ready to adopt a new dog. The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation star was still mourning the loss of her old pet, who died in January, when a scruffy little mutt came into her life.
"When we found each other, I had just lost my dog of 14 years," she reveals in an interview with Sweden with Love. Bexar (pronounced "bear") had been found roaming the streets of San Antonio, Texas, but it wasn't exactly love at first sight.
"I actually spent the first months kind of pushing her away a bit and she did the same to me … Then all of a sudden, it flipped, and now I'm completely in love with her," Fox, 45, admits. "She's the coolest, little scruffy dog I ever knew."
Originally posted 11/18/2011 06:30PM
Elisabeth Shue is going back to Las Vegas.
The award-winning actress, who was nominated for a best-actress Oscar for her role in Leaving Las Vegas, is joining the cast of the Vegas-based CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS announced Friday. Her character's first appearance will be in the Feb. 15, 2012 episode.
Shue, 48, also known for her roles in 1980s flicks including Adventures in Babysitting and The Karate Kid, will be a series regular.
Originally posted 08/23/2011 04:30PM
It's a boy and a girl for William Petersen.
The CSI actor, 58, and wife Gina Cirone welcomed twins via surrogate on July 5 in Los Angeles, PEOPLE confirms.
The pair were born prematurely, Petersen's rep says, but are steadily improving.
"The babies are doing great and are improving every day and we can't wait for them to come home," the couple, who married in July 2003, tell PEOPLE.
Petersen is already dad to daughter Maite, 36, who has two young sons of her own.
Originally posted 07/13/2011 07:50AM
Ted Danson has a new role: crime fighter.
The actor, 63, who earned an Emmy nomination as a villain on FX's Damages, is back with the good guys, joining the cast of CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as the show's chief investigator.
He replaces Laurence Fishburne, who played Dr. Raymond Langston for two years. Fishburne had replaced the show's original star, William Petersen.
Originally posted 05/09/2011 02:40PM
Justin Bieber probably won't be invited back to the CSI set if the show's star Marg Helgenberger has anything to say about it.
Almost a year after Bieber, 17, filmed a guest spot on the hit CBS series, Helgenberger recalls the experience as less than pleasant.
"I probably shouldn't say this, but he was kind of a brat," the Emmy-winning actress, 52, said Friday in an interview with the French radio show Le Grand Direct des Medias.
Originally posted 09/24/2010 01:45PM
Actress Marg Helgenberger is going through big changes both professionally and personally: The CSI actress, who recently announced she is leaving the hit CBS show after 11 years, has been quietly dating a new beau.
Seen strolling the streets of Milan this week hand and hand with her mystery man, Helgenberger beamed as the pair shopped and snuck kisses.
This appears to be the first public love for Helgenberger, 51, since her divorce from actor Alan Rosenberg in 2009, after 19 years of marriage.
When reached, a rep for Helgenberger says she does not comment on the actress's personal life.
Originally posted 08/04/2010 01:00AM
Who knew Bieber Fever could be deadly?
Filming his role as a troubled teen for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Justin Bieber came face-to-face with a fake corpse on set of the CBS show. Hovering over the prop, the pop star, 16, got into character and gave the camera his best look of horror.
"He did a really good job," CSI's executive producer Carol Mendelsohn tells USA Today.
In his acting debut, Bieber plays Jason McCann, a troubled teen in a dysfunctional, anti-government family. He has a foster dad in prison and a brother bent on revenge against the police. So where does that leave Bieber's character? "Is he a good kid stuck in a bad situation or is he a bad kid hiding behind the cutes?" Mendelsohn says. "He's caught in the middle."
Originally posted 07/23/2010 01:00AM
Meet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation's latest guest star -- Justin Bieber.
Originally posted 10/13/2006 11:00AM
Kevin Federline's dramatic television debut on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Oct. 12 was, well, overhyped. Maybe this shouldn't come as a surprise – there's always an element of hard sell to get us beyond the fact that he's Mr. Britney Spears – but it was still a letdown, a waste of anticipation. I mean, I spent the day leading up to the show in a sort of happy dream, wondering whether Federline, playing a young thug named Cole Tritt, would have the guts, the talent, the firepower to outdo Jack Nicholson in The Departed. Departed? The guy never even fully arrived. These were his only lines of dialogue (minus one that would be a spoiler for K-Fed fans who recorded the show):
Originally posted 07/27/2004 12:00PM
Things are not entirely back to normal on the set of CBS's top-rated CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which last week was rocked by the firings – and subsequent re-hirings – of costars George Eads and Jorja Fox, who were both reportedly demanding a salary hike.
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