Eva LaRue twits new picture from the set

Eva LaRue twitpicture from the set:

Eva LaRue, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Eric Winter.
The picture has been added to the Season 10 "behind the scenes" photoalbum in the gallery.


A quick chat with CSI: Miami’s Emily Procter

Emily Procter will remember the latest series of CSI: Miami for the rest of her life. The 42-year-old actress, who plays the Florida crime lab’s ballistics specialist Calleigh Duquesne, was pregnant while filming the ninth season of the long-running show and gave birth to her first child, Pippa, in January.

The crime drama returns to Channel 5 on Tuesday, July 26 in the midst of the deadly gas attack that left Calleigh and her colleagues fighting for their lives. As Horatio Caine, played by David Caruso, races to their rescue,TV&Satellite Week magazine asked Emily what the rest of the series holds in store...

Mega Buzz: Miami's Mommy

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Have you gotten any new information about Calleigh and Delko on CSI: Miami? — Mary
Nothing new to report on the relationship front, but I can promise that you'll see Calleigh out in the field much more now that Emily Procter is no longer pregnant. Her maternal instincts will come in handy when Calleigh forms a strong bond with the rescued children of a wanted fugitive in the season premiere. In fact, the word adoption will come up.

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Eva LaRue posts picture from CSI:Miami set with Emily Procter and David Caruso

First day back and first little treat by CSI:Miami stars...

Feels like the first dayback at school!!

This pictures starts the Season 10 BTS album on our Photogallery.


TV Choice Magazine - Interview Extra - CSI:Miami Emily Procter

As CSI: Miami returns, Emily Procter, who plays Detective Calleigh Duquesne, tells TV Choice how she’s juggling her time between being a mother and an actress. She also reflects on the ninth series, which begins with one of the forensic team dying from a lethal gas attack, and Lt Horatio Crane (David Caruso) trying to track down a serial killer…

How are you coping with being a mother and an actress? Do you take your seven-month-old daughter Pippa on set with you?

Yes, I went right back to work and she came with me and that was very difficult because she was so new, and I think I was really insane. I was like [puts on a manic voice] ‘I feel fine!’ But it’s going to be interesting to take her now because we’re getting ready for season 10, and she’s bigger and can sort of toddle around and engage with people, so I’m excited to see how she likes it.

Memmo Fierro, who murdered Horatio’s wife, appears in episode four of this series. Is that one of the standout stories?

One of the things that I think is really fun about our show is that it has this comic book undertone. We’re able to have these villains that last for seasons. So Memmo is sort of a presence throughout season nine and even into season 10. He’s a bad guy.

Do you have a favourite villain?

We had a bad guy for many years, who was Clavo Cruz and he eventually died, but we all loved Clavo so much. It was also very painful when Sergeant Rick Stetler left, but we do get quite attached to our bad guys.

The stories are pretty intense, so do they ever upset you?

They used to really upset me. I had a very difficult time when I first started and I thought, ‘I’m not going to make it because the subject matter is so gruesome.’ But over time, we’ve developed such a jokey rapport with one another, we just end up laughing and the people who come on to play the dead bodies are great sports. So we just end up having an atmosphere that’s fun, and that helps — you don’t really think of the truth of it.

Do you do your own stunts?

I do. In fact, I love to do my own stunts. I have a stunt girl I work with called Nancy and sometimes when I make them nervous they call Nancy in.

What’s been your most difficult stunt?

Definitely the episode Going Under, when I was swimming around in a Hummer. The crew said, ‘Let’s take 10 minutes and teach Emily how to scuba dive.’ So in 10 minutes they taught me how to scuba dive and it’s something that I’m so thankful to learn, because I love it. I can understand why people want to be stunt artists.

Do you have real life police officers saying you’re an inspiration?

Oh God, no — that would be highly doubtful. We do have a lot of officers on set, and I love hearing their stories. It’s such a sacrifice that kind of work, for the loss of innocence alone. It’s a sacrifice, and they’re just interesting — very admirable I think. I think they do care about people’s safety, and that’s amazing.

You’re a fan of Eighties music, and your boyfriend and Pippa’s father, Paul Bryan, is a musician and producer. 
Do you have similar tastes?

I’m looking at our record collection now, and we segment it off. The one band we both tend to enjoy is Rush, but my side is Van Halen and Rush, and his side is Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington. We met through the singer songwriter Aimee Mann — she’s great. Paul plays with her and produced her last couple of albums and she and I knew each other, so she introduced us.

David Collins

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Emmy Magazine - CSI:Miami FYC Ad

Emmy Magazine - CSI:Miami FYC Ad
Issue No 3, 2011