Robert David Hall


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  • Birth Place: East Orange, NJ
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 11/09/1947, Scorpio
  • Profession: Actor; singer; musician
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VIDEO: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 14 Recap

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Posted: 8/24/2014

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VIDEO: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 15

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a fast-paced drama about a team of forensic investigators trained to solve crimes by examining the evidence. They are on the case 24/7, scouring the scene, collecting the irrefutable evidence and finding the missing pieces that will solve the mystery. watch

VIDEO: Dead in His Tracks

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Dead in His Tracks
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Aired: 5/7/2014

The CSIs investigate a present-day crime with ties to a mob heist that occurred 25 years ago. Meanwhile, Brass has a decision to make when his daughter attempts suicide. Treat Williams guest stars. watch


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Year Title Description
2007 TV Guide Special TV Show Series, Appearing
2000 CSI TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Albert Robbins
1998 The Negotiator Movie, Actor - Cale Wangro
1997 Starship Troopers Movie, Actor - Recruiting Sergeant
1994 Dream Lover Movie, Actor - Dr. Sheen

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CSI Renewed, Ted Danson's Contract Extended

CBS has extended Ted Danson's contract for another season of CSI, the network announced on Wednesday.

Elisabeth Shue will also be back, along with original cast members George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Paul Guilfoyle and Robert David Hall. Wallace Langham, Elisabeth Harnois, David Berman and Jon Wellner will also return.

Fall TV Scorecard: What's renewed and what's canceled?

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Marg Helgenberger Says Goodbye to CSI

It's not every job where having your boss call you "the perfect ex-stripper/cokehead" could be considered a compliment, but for 12 seasons now, that's exactly what CSI exec producer Carol Mendelsohn has thought of her departing star, Marg Helgenberger. "Some actresses might shy away from playing a part like Catherine Willows, but Marg turned all of Catherine's negatives into positives. I miss her already." Helgenberger exits the series this week after a dozen... read more

Advocates for the Disabled Speak Out Against Glee's Wheelchair Episode

In Wednesday's episode of Glee, the glee club members spend time in wheelchairs to get a feel for what their pal Artie (Kevin McHale) does on a daily basis. The story line has caught the attention of actors with disabilities and their advocates, according to The Associated Press.

Advocates see the casting of McHale, who is not disabled, as a lost chance for someone with an actual disability to get the role... read more

April 26, 2007: Happy

As I begin, it's now exactly 34 minutes past the end of this week's episode and I'm still laughing. What a riot this was. You know Brass always brings a little bit of humor and he dominated this episode from the start. So, let's see. Our boxer "Happy" gets injected with snake venom, then has a severe allergic reaction to shellfish, which transferred to him via some "very special first-aid." Then as his lungs are tightening and he's about to lose all his air, he gets an arrow through the throat that actually keeps him alive and then he takes a crowbar to the skull. Oh, and that didn't kill him, either. A broken pool chair did. The scenes inside the Sugar Cane Ranch were so funny. Right from the start when Brass is interviewing the owners, Binky and Doris, I was rolling with laughter. Between Binky telling Brass the last time he saw Happy was when he was being rolled away and Doris saying that she fixed his favorite meal — meat — you could just tell that stupidity was going ... read more

On CSI, Lab (and Other) Rats Rule

It's easy to take shows like the original CSI for granted. (I often hear from viewers wondering why no one makes a bigger fuss over the better procedurals of the day, from Cold Case and Without a Trace to the various incarnations of Law & Order. The simple answer: Glut exhaustion.) Which is why I found Thursday night’s “Lab Rats” episode of CSI so captivating. Switching up the formula a bit, adding welcome doses of humor and even a bit of slapstick, while never losing sight of the joy of the puzzle, CSI delivered one of the most purely enjoyable episodes of anything this season.The idea was to give the lab-bound geeks a moment in the spotlight, taking advantage of Grissom’s absence in the morgue to do their own digging into the crime-scene miniatures that have haunted the show most of the season. (The episode was also a nifty primer of this mystifying case for those who might have missed an episode along the way. Which in this age of Grey’s Anatomy compe... read more

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