David Caruso - Horatio Caine
Prior to CSI: MIAMI, David Caruso received critical acclaim, a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Det. John Kelly in “NYPD Blue.” He later starred in the drama series “Michael Hayes,” on CBS.
His feature film credits include “Proof of Life,” “Session 9,” “An Officer and a Gentleman,” “First Blood,” “Body Count,” “Cold Around the Heart,” “Jade,” “Kiss of Death,” “Mad Dog and Glory” and “Hudson Hawk.”
Emily Procter - Calleigh Duquesne
Prior to CSI: MIAMI, Emily Procter portrayed Republican attorney Ainsley Hayes in “The West Wing.” Her additional television credits include guest-starring roles on the series “Friends” and “Just Shoot Me,” and a starring role opposite David Schwimmer and Chris Cooper in the movie “Breast Men.”
Procter starred with Martin Lawrence in the hit sequel “Big Momma’s House 2.” Her feature film credits also include a starring role in “Body Shots” and appearances in “Leaving Las Vegas” and “Jerry Maguire,” as well as a cameo in the upcoming comedy “Barry Munday.”
Procter graduated with degrees in journalism and dance from East Carolina University. While in school, she worked as a weather anchor at WNCT-TV Greenville, N.C. Soon after graduating, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.
Procter was born and raised in Raleigh, N.C., and lives in Los Angeles, where she enjoys interior design and supporting a variety of charities when not in production. Her birth date is Oct. 8.
Adam Rodriguez - Eric Delko
When a sports injury sidelined “CSI: NY” star Adam Rodriguez in high school, his dreams of becoming a professional baseball player were put aside and he turned to acting. His break came when a friend of his father’s helped Rodriguez win a guest-starring role on “NYPD Blue.”
Rodriguez is also familiar to television audiences from his roles in “Brooklyn South,” on CBS, and “Roswell.” His additional television credits include “All Souls,” “Resurrection Boulevard,” “Felicity” and “Ryan Caulfield: Year One.” He starred in the feature films “Bohica,” “Let The Game Begin,” “Love and Debate,” “CielitoLindo,” “Take,” “Impostor,” as well as in Lionel Richie’s video “I Call It Love” and Jennifer Lopez’s video for “If You Had My Love.” He was featured in People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” issue and in People en español magazine’s “25 Most Beautiful People.” He will be seen this year starring in Tyler Perry’s new film “I Can Do Bad All by Myself,” and also alongside Chris Klein and 50 Cent in the independent feature “Caught in the Crossfire.”
Jonathan Togo - Ryan Wolfe
Prior to joining the cast of CSI: MIAMI, Jonathan Togo co-starred in the television series “Special Unit 2″ and played a recurring role in the primetime series “Ed.” In addition, Togo has guest-starred in numerous series, including “Judging Amy”, on the Network, “Law & Order” and “The Jury.”
Togo received a B.A. in theater from Vassar College and went on to study further at the National Theater Institute of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. His film credits include roles in Clint Eastwood’s “Mystic River” as well as “Raccoon” and “Up,” the latter made through the Sundance Director’s Lab.
Turning to his comedic side this year, Togo recently developed, wrote, directed and starred in a web series for Comedy Central on their atom.com site.
Born on Aug. 25, Togo was raised in Boston and makes his home in New York and Los Angeles.
Rex Linn - Det. Frank Tripp
Rex Linn’s passion for acting started at a young age when he grew up in his small Texas town watching monster movies starring Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney, and westerns starring John Wayne. After he earned a B.A. degree in radio, television and film from Oklahoma State University, he found a job with an oil company and eventually landed in banking, where he became the vice president of his branch. It was shortly after that when, in the middle of processing a loan for a young man who was talking about how his loan was going to help him fulfill his lifelong dream, Linn went into his boss’s office and turned in his resignation. He knew that it was time for him to live out his dream of being an actor. Although he was already in his early 30s at the time, he moved to Los Angeles and was able to convince a talent agent to take a chance on him and the rest is history.
In 1989, Rex was cast as serial killer Floyd Epps in the feature film “Night Game.” However, his big break came when he landed the role of Richard Travers, the bad U.S. Treasury agent in the film “Cliffhanger,” which stayed at the #1 spot in America for four weeks. Since then he has appeared in over 30 films, including “After the Sunset,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” “Rush Hour,” “Breakdown,” “Jack Bull,” “Ghosts of Mississippi,” “Tin Cup” and “Clear and Present Danger.” His television credits include “Jag”, on the Network, “Third Rock from the Sun” and “Snoops”.
Eva La Rue - Natalia Boa Vista
Daytime Emmy-nominated actress Eva La Rue continues to heat up primetime television. Her numerous television credits include recurring roles on “The George Lopez Show” and “Third Watch”. Her television movie credits include starring roles in “Cries in the Dark,” Danielle Steele’s “Remembrance” and as the title role in “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story.” She is also known for her role as Dr. Maria Santos on the daytime drama “All My Children.” For this role she earned an Emmy and NAACP nomination and won two ALMA Awards. She was also awarded an esteemed Gracie by the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television.
La Rue was a co-host on the E! Style Network’s “Modern Girl’s Guide To Life” and served as a correspondent and part-time weekend anchor for the syndicated show “Extra!”.
On the charity front, La Rue served two years as spokesperson for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and continues to help raise money for ovarian and breast cancer. She recently served as host for the 2009 Lupus LA Orange Ball. A native of Southern California, La Rue lives in Los Angeles with her daughter, Kaya.