Jonathan Togo

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  • Birth Place: Rockland, MA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 08/25/1977, Virgo
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Friending Emily

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Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Friending Emily
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Length: 42:49
Aired: 10/29/2003

An underage girl disappears after following her older sister to a college party in Manhattan. The SVU detectives mobilize to recover the missing girl but find themselves thwarted by a high-tech kidnapper using the internet to cover his tracks. watch

VIDEO: CSI: Miami: Habeas Corpse

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CSI: Miami: Habeas Corpse
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Aired: 4/8/2012

When one of the CSI's biggest enemies is murdered, Horatio must determine which of his team members is a suspect. watch

VIDEO: Habeas Corpse

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Habeas Corpse
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Length: 43:34
Aired: 4/8/2012

When one of the CSI's biggest enemies is murdered, Horatio Caine must determine which of his team members are suspects. watch

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Csi: Miami Season 9 (Reality Kills)
CSI: Miami, Season 4 [HD]
CSI: Miami, Season 2
CSI: Miami, Season 9

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CSI: Miami: Law & Disorder

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Covert Affairs: There Goes My Gun
Season 4, Episode 15
Episode, Actor
2009 My Best Friend Is My Penis TV Show Series, Actor
2003 Judging Amy: Looking for Quarters
Season 4, Episode 18
Episode, Actor - DJ Dizz
2003 Ed: The Offer
Season 4, Episode 6
Episode, Actor - Keith Kessler
2002 CSI TV Show Series, Actor - Ryan Wolfe

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CSI: Miami Finale: Will Horatio Lose One of His Own?

Call it the curse of being on the bubble: After 10 roller-coaster years, CSI: Miami will end its season without a major cliff-hanger.

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"We've gone more internal. It's a more emotional story that goes to the soul of these characters," executive producer Barry O'Brien tells TVGuide.com. "It is a far more personal ending. You're left with this feeling that the team is a family."

But the foundation of that family will buckle a little... read more

CSI: Miami Gets Psychic for Sweeps and Holds Out Hope for Lady Gaga

CSI: Miami is welcoming some psychic friends for a special sweeps episode. On November 7, Southland's Shawn Hatosy guest stars as a murder suspect with no recollection of how he ended up in the proximity of a dead body. To verify his story, CSI Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue) goes undercover and investigates a suspicious psychic, played by Beth Littleford (The Hard Times of RJ Berger). "She's drugged him, but I don't believe the drug story," says La Rue. "So I go under cover and she drugs me."

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May 14, 2007: Y?

Well, it was no, “We’re going to Brazil.” In fact, it didn’t even feel like a season finale. Where was the cliff-hanger? Where was the oh-my-god moment? It’s a sad indicator of the state of CSI: Miami when the scariest aspects of an episode are the fashions. Was there ever a more disturbing haircut than that sported by Mama Wade? And was Ryan wearing a pseudo-Members Only jacket? It’s depressing, really, because this one had potential. In the end, both Lucas and Lindsay Wade were murderers. She killed their other sister by pushing her down the stairs when they were all children, and everyone blamed little Lucas because he was supposedly genetically predisposed to violence. He took this to heart, and as an adult just started murdering women. Because it was her fault that Lucas did this, Lindsay decided to kill another woman to get her brother off the hook. Oh, and back in his corrupt traffic-cop days, Ryan pulled Lucas over, but had no reason to suspect... read more

May 7, 2007: Cry, Wolfe

Here comes the new Wolfe, same as the old Wolfe. Talk about giving someone the benefit of the doubt. After the list of grievances Calleigh gave early in the episode (just to add to my list from last week), it turned out that all Ryan needed to do was admit the error of his ways while he was live on the air, and subsequently apologize directly to Horatio. If only everyone were so forgiving.The crime was a vehicle to serve up Ryan’s redemption, and as such, was mostly a yawner. As always, for those who missed it, the carjacker, Jim, wasn’t actually a carjacker. Sherry, the “victim,” was getting paid by his brother to get him out to her car so that said brother could shoot him, on orders from the drug lord. When Jim discovered his brother’s duplicity, the two got into a fistfight on Jim’s boat, during which Jim was knocked overboard. The drug lord decided that he’d rather have Jim dead than discover where the missing kilos of heroin were. Oh, and Hora... read more

April 30, 2007: I Fell into a Burning Ring of Fire

Let’s get the simple stuff out of the way first: Everyone was guilty of something. Claire dumped the gasoline to frame Anthony (her ex-boyfriend), who then sent Ron Cramer after her anyway, and Ron accidentally created the catalyst for the fire to start. Oh, and Ryan got fired for owing money to Michael Lipton. (Sidenote: I have a good family friend named Michael Lipton. Remember that episode of The Simpsons where a TV character has the same name as Homer? That’s how exciting this was for me.) However, before we get into Ryan’s misdeeds, I find it necessary to point out that not only is there no way this could have taken place in under 24 hours (how could the house have cooled enough to let in people without fire suits?), police departments have special arson units who deal with these kinds of cases. The CSIs would not be involved to the degree that they were.For a show that isn’t really into thematic cohesion, I was pleasantly surprised to find one major symboli... read more

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