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CSI:Crime Scene Investigation's Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger)
Marg Helgenberger AKA Catherine Willows
Catherine is a Night Shift Assistant Supervisor on LVPD.She has 1 daughter named Lindsey Willows and had a stormy relationship with ex-husband Eddie until his murder ("Lady Heather's Box").

CSI:Crime Scene Investigation's Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox)
Jorja Fox AKA Sara Sidle
Sara was born on September 16, 1971.She was born in Tamales Bay, an hour and a half outside of San Fransisco. Her parents were ex-hippies who ran a bed and breakfast, where Sara preferred to associate more with the adults than with other children. Her intellect, energy and curiosity were much greater than that of a typical child.Sara recalled that her father told her she was both "smart" and "pretty" when she was growing up. However, in season five of the series, it was revealed that Sara’s mother (Laura Sidle) killed her father in 1984, and Sara was subsequently taken into foster care. Laura Sidle apparently stabbed Sara's alcoholic father, who had frequently battered her, in self-defense. After the incident, Sara was taken into foster care. At this stage, she once found a bag of weed under her "brother's" bed and ratted him out to their foster parents.

CSI:Crime Scene Investigation's Detective Sofia Curtis (Louise Lombard)
Louise Lombard AKA Sofia Curtis
Sofia was introduced in the season five episode "Formalities". It is later explained in the season six episode "Bodies In Motion" that, though she qualified to become a detective, the sheriff "pulled her papers" and assigned her to CSI due to her lab skills. Due to a struggle in office politics, Conrad Ecklie demoted her from acting day shift supervisor (season 5 episode "Mea Culpa") to night shift; she subsequently thought about quitting. Gil Grissom talked her into staying, and in season six she resumed her original career path and returned to police work as a detective, like her mother. She originally took a position in Boulder City, but transferred back to Las Vegas in the first episode of season six. In the two part episode A Bullet Runs Through It, she believes that she may have accidentally shot and killed Deputy Daniel Bell in a wild shoot out with drug dealers. The shooting causes her great anxiety and emotional stress, but forensic investigation eventually proved that Captain Jim Brass was the accidental shooter (the officer had unwittingly stood up in Brass's line of fire). Later, Curtis is horrified to discover that she had actually watched an undercover cop die on camera from carbon monoxide poisoning. Though she takes it more calmly than the incident with Deputy Bell, she still feels responsible for the officer's death (season 7 episode "Monster in the Box").At the beginning of the seventh season, Sofia becomes a main cast member.

CSI:MIAMI's Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter)
Emily Procter AKA Calleigh Duquesne
Calleigh is a ballistics specialist; originally from Darnell, Louisiana, she is fluent in Spanish and has a bachelor's degree in physics from Tulane University. While working for the New Orleans Police Department, she gained the nickname "Bullet Girl". Calleigh is an almost eternal optimist, with a sunny disposition and a smile to match. However, this attitude does not in any way interfere with her quest to put criminals where they belong. She is pretty much universally liked by her co-workers, who sometimes remark on her being nearly 'too happy.' And while she does not believe in supernatural curses and the like, she does believe in karma (episode 5-06, "Curse of the Coffin"). Though her time as a CSI has exposed her to intense violence and gore, in episode 218 "Wannabe," she has an intense fear of ants which Eric Delko helps her overcome.

CSI:MIAMI's Dr.Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander)
Khandi Alexander AKA Dr.Alexx Woods
Alexx is a medical examiner, originally from Queens, New York but currently employed by the Miami-Dade Police. She is married with two children and is always upbeat and has a good bedside manner with her patients, despite being a coroner. Alexx has a tendency, displayed in many episodes, to talk to the corpses she is examining. She often addresses the corpses as "sweetie", "honey", or "baby" in a maternal way. She has a close relationship with Horatio Caine and his team of CSIs from the lab. This has led to friction in the autopsy room from her fellow MEs as well as her boss, who at one point tells her to transfer to night shift if she wishes to have any future promotions.
She has had to autopsy several people she knew, including CSI Tim Speedle (episode 301, "Lost Son") and Officer Aaron Jessop (episode 425, "One of Our Own").
Alexx is very maternal by nature and looks out for her co-workers as though they were her children. This is evident in season 4 of the show when she continues to care for and worry about Ryan Wolfe after he is injured by a nail gun. She prescribes him antibiotics after he experiences vision troubles (episode 410, "Shattered"). She is the first person he sounds out as the possible mole in the lab and is hurt by his suspicion. In the episode Nothing To Lose from season three, Alexx is held hostage by a serial killer.
She is superficially injured when a rocket is launched at the courthouse where she is preparing to give testimony. Alexx immediately begins to treat the wounded while the police attempt to discover the reason for the attack (episode 514, "No Man's Land"). When Eric Delko is shot in the head not long afterwards, she and her colleagues at the crime lab express great concern over his well-being. Alexx is the first to point out that because of the nature of the injury, Delko, if he should recover, might not be the same person they knew before (episode 515, "Man Down").
She is also seen addressing her own children in a very natural maternal way when talking about "bad people" to them after a case involving a child.
She often comments that the victims were too young to die. It is nearly her mantra.

CSI:MIAMI's Natalia Boa Vista (Eva LaRue)
Eva LaRue AKA Natalia Boa Vista
Natalia was a victim of spousal abuse by her husband Nick Townsend. Her association with the battered woman society helps the CSI team solve the murder of a woman who was killed by her ex-husband. Natalia is a Latina DNA analyst initially assigned only to work on unsolved or cold cases, though this is, until the end of season four, a cover for her.
At the end of season four it is revealed that Natalia is an FBI informant in the lab, assigned to help build a case against Horatio Caine and his team. However, when questioned by her co-workers, she claims to have only reported information that made the Miami Dade Crime Lab look good. It is eventually revealed that the negative information that was soiling the lab in fact came from another source, State Attorney Monica West (episode 425, "One of Our Own").
In episode 508, "Darkroom", CSI Ryan Wolfe finds a stash of photographed girls. Natalia discovers that one of the pictures is of her sister Anya. DNA from a crime scene reveals that Anya is indeed one of the women that the CSIs are looking for. It is also revealed that, in addition to Anya, Natalia has another sister named Cristine. At the end of the episode, Horatio manages to locate and rescue Anya, and the sisters are happily reunited. Eva LaRue's sister Nika was offered the role of Anya, Natalia's sister, but she declined. Instead she played a reporter. In fact, the episode was based on the real-life convicted serial killer William Richard Bradford; Nika LaRue was one of the women photographed by Bradford for his collection. She was no. 3 (out of 54 women) on the poster, created by the LAPD. Bradford would photograph women he met in bars under the guise that he would assist their modeling careers.In episode the"Internal Affairs", Nick Townsend is found murdered. All the evidence is pointing to Natalia as the killer. Horatio, the night-shift lab and Calleigh's ex-boyfriend Detective Jake Berkeley must find evidence to clear Natalia. Natalia admits to Berkeley that she was outside Nick's house. She was handcuffed by Jake at the beginning of the episode. Earlier on, Nick and Valera went on a lunch date. Valera ignored Natalia's warnings about Nick being dangerous so Natalia went there to watch over her. She sees Nick trying to force Valera into the bedroom and watches Valera push him and run out of the house. Thinking that she killed Nick, Valera tries to admit to Jake but he denies her confession. It is later discovered that another man murdered Nick over a pair of earrings that Nick had stolen from a crime scene (which linked the man's wife to said crime). At the end of the episode, Natalia leans on Horatio's shoulder and sobs quietly as they both look at a picture of Nick and Natalia in happier days, a reminder that Nick had not always been the abusive person he had become.

CSI:NY's Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes)
Melina Kanakaredes AKA Stella Bonasera
Stella Bonasera is Mac Taylor's second-in-command and right-hand woman in the New York Police Department's crime lab. She began her career working as a patrol officer and once worked Narcotics out of Brooklyn North. She has a strong personality and her determination to solve a crime and help victims sometimes leads her to step on the toes of those who get in her way. She has at least four complaints on her record as a result. Stella is often referred to as the 'Statue of Liberty', due to her strong personality, determination and intelligence.
Due to events in "Heart of Glass", it is suggested that she may be HIV-positive, but a test later on reveals she is HIV-negative.Stella is a half-Greek, half-Italian orphan (yet identifies more with being Greek than Italian) who grew up at St. Basil's Orphanage. She left when she was eighteen (episode 115, "Til Death Do We Part"). Her parents remain unknown at this time. Mac teases her about just "know[ing] all that stuff," but most of what she knows about her Greek heritage she learned from a book.

CSI:NY's Lindsay Monroe (Anna Belknap)
Anna Belknap AKA Lindsay Monroe
Lindsay is a native of Bozeman, Montana - the same hometown as Catherine Willows of the original CSI:Crime Scene Investigation. Her Midwestern manners, such as removing her shoes before entering a suspect's home, are a novelty to her co-workers. Because of her roots, she is particularly sensitive about cases in which the victim comes from a small town. Ten years before her arrival in New York, she was the lone survivor of a multiple homicide in which four of her friends were killed (episode 312, "Silent Night"). This event is what motivates her to become a CSI, but it has also left some deep scars; she finds it difficult to talk to mothers of crime victims (episode 305, "Oedipus Hex"), and is particularly rattled by the sight of deceased girls.Lindsay had worked as a CSI in Bozeman for three years when she is sought out by crime lab supervisor Mac Taylor to replace the recently-dismissed Aiden Burn (episode 203, "Zoo York"). While, according to Stella Bonasera, her dedication and abilities in the lab first drew Mac's notice, she has since proven herself to be not only a good CSI in the field, but also a competent interrogator (episode 205, "Dancing With The Fishes"). Occasionally, Lindsay has put her life on the line when she believed there was no other alternative (episode 302, "Not What It Looks Like"). She is immediately put to work when she arrives in New York; Mac has her aid him in obtaining evidence from a tranquilized tiger at the zoo. She later takes down a fleeing suspect, who was much larger than her, with such ferocity that Mac asks her, "What do they feed you in Montana?" During her first few weeks, because of her newcomer status, she is given the "dirty" jobs, like sifting through tiger dung, recovering evidence from a pool full of personal lubricant, and dumpster diving to recover a discarded shotgun.
Lindsay abruptly leaves a crime scene almost as soon as she arrives in "Silent Night," forcing Stella to cover for her sudden absence. Lindsay is initially tight-lipped about her actions to Stella, but later comes clean about memories of the decade-old murder that she survived, which were triggered by her arrival at the crime scene and a trip to the morgue in which she saw the bodies of young women on the autopsy table.
Lindsay was bitten by a cobra that escaped from a victim's car at a crime scene (episode 310, "Sweet 16"). This was primarily a device used to cut back on Anna Belknap's screentime during her pregnancy.
In episode 314, "The Lying Game," Lindsay takes a leave of absence to return to Bozeman; she is to testify for the state against a suspect arrested for the murder of her friends (The leave of absence coincided with Anna Belknap's real-life maternity leave from the show.). She is shown on the witness stand in episode 318, "Sleight Out Of Hand," struggling with recalling the events when Danny Messer suddenly enters the courtroom. Buoyed by his presence, she regains her composure and confidently gives her testimony, positively identifying the suspect as the gunman. Thanks in part to Lindsay's testimony, the suspect is found guilty.

CSI:NY's Aiden Burn (Vanessa Ferlito)
Vanessa Ferlito AKA Aiden Burn
Aiden was a Brooklyn native who had the ability to adapt to new situations very quickly and had a love and drive for her job similar to that of Sara Sidle on CSI:Crime Scene Investigation.She was dismissed from the team in season two, episode 2 ("Grand Murder At Central Station") after becoming obsessed with a rape case concerning her friend Regina Bowen. Regina had previously been raped by a man named D.J. Pratt, but had not sought to press charges against him at the time, in spite of the forensic evidence that linked him to the crime. Regina was raped by Pratt a second time later on, and she sought out Aiden's help. Unfortunately for Regina, Pratt had left no evidence that he had assaulted Regina this time, but Regina was adamant about pressing charges against him.Aiden pulled the evidence gathered from the first rape, which included one of Pratt's hairs. She broke the seal on the packet containing Pratt's hair and contemplated planting it at the alleged scene. Though Aiden did not actually plant the hair, the fact that she had broken the seal on the evidence packet earned her a severe reprimand from her supervisor, Detective Mac Taylor. Intent on preserving the integrity of the crime lab, Mac felt that he had no other option than to fire Aiden. Aiden understood Mac's decision, even agreeing with it, because she admitted to not knowing if she would resist similar temptation in the future. Before she left, she got Mac to promise that he would eventually bring Pratt to justice. Aiden's dismissal from the team left a vacancy that would be filled by Lindsay Monroe, a transfer from Bozeman, Montana ("Zoo York").After her dismissal from the crime lab, Aiden was apparently working on getting her private investigator's license while continuing to search for evidence that would conclusively tie Pratt to the Regina Bowen case. In the penultimate season 2 episode "Heroes," Aiden, after shadowing Pratt for months, was lured, ambushed, and brutally murdered by him, her body incinerated inside a stolen car. However, knowing that her time was drawing short, she left behind critical evidence that she knew would help her former colleagues to close in on Pratt and finally see him arrested.
Aiden's murder devastated Mac and the rest of the team, particularly Detective Danny Messer. Though she at one time had joked that she was way out of his league, Aiden and Danny shared a very close, sibling-like relationship. Stella Bonasera also wistfully told Lindsay, about Aiden, "You would have liked her."

CSI:NY's Dr.Peyton Driscoll (Claire Forlani)
Claire Forlani AKA Dr.Peyton Driscoll
Dr. Peyton Driscoll serves as one of the medical examiner for the New York Police Department. She is originally from London, England. Though she first appears on screen in episode 301 (People With Money), it is indicated that she has worked in New York for some time longer. She has been a colleague of both Doctors Sid Hammerback and Sheldon Hawkes for a number of years and considers herself "a little protective"(episode 307, "Murder Sings the Blues").
Peyton is currently romantically involved with CSI lead investigator Mac Taylor. The difficulty they face in maintaining their relationship while remaining professional on the job has been demonstrated many times. Plans for dinners and time together are constantly being interrupted by the demands of their jobs (episodes 301, "People With Money," 316, "Heart of Glass," et al); on Mac's birthday, the workload is such that Peyton's birthday party for him is reduced to her buying him a cupcake from one of the office vending machines and lighting a candle atop it.Mac initially wishes to keep their relationship a secret, despite Peyton's desire to be more open about it. She is deeply hurt when he yanks her hand away from his face when he sees Stella approaching, and when he accidentally calls her "Claire," the name of his deceased wife (episode 311, "Raising Shane"), she walks away from him, seemingly for good. Mac reconciles with her shortly after, acknowledging that while he may still be a bit gun shy about their relationship, he wants to make it work (episode 312, "Silent Night"). By episode 316 ("Heart of Glass"), they have revealed their romantic connections to their colleagues, and no one has expressed any objections.Peyton is hurt, though not seriously, when she is slammed against the coroner's van by two men outside the lab, who then steal the body of a man that the MEs had just retrieved from a crime scene. The body is later fished out of the Hudson River, still in the body bag. To Peyton's shock, the man is alive, though in a permanent vegetative state. She is distressed about how she could have pronounced the man dead in the first place, but is reassured, by Mac, that her pronouncement was perfectly reasonable under the circumstances; it is eventually determined that the victim had been intentionally placed in a state of hibernation by a combination of chemicals administered to him. (episode 320, "What Schemes May Come").When Mac is accused of fatally pushing kidnap/murder suspect Clay Dobson off a roof, Peyton stands firmly beside him throughout his ordeal. She counsels him to visit jailed former Detective Dean Truby to reinforce the point that Taylor was right in arresting Truby (episode 323, "...Comes Around").In the season 3 finale, "Snow Day", Peyton announces to Mac that she is taking a trip to London for 10 days to attend a medical examiners' conference. She invites him to accompany her, citing that he has not taken a vacation day in years. At first, Mac is uncertain if he wants to go, but at the end of the episode, he informs Stella and Flack that he is going to London.


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