David Caruso
David Caruso
David Stephen Caruso is an American actor and producer. His most prominent role is the portrayal Lieutenant Horatio Caine on the TV series CSI: Miami. He has also appeared as Detective John Kelly on the ABC crime drama NYPD Blue.
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<i>Weeklings!</i>: The 7 Deadly Facebook Sins (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Sometimes Facebook makes you feel more connected than ever to your friends and family, and sometimes it makes you want to remove yourself from your own personal timeline. Today, as a public service, I'm counting down the seven types of Facebook statuses that I hate most. Let's retire these once and for all. Oh, and here's the unlisted #8: announcing that you're leaving Facebook. You think you sound like Dave Chappelle in '04, but you actually sound like David Caruso in '94. WATCH: You can find previous Weeklings! episodes here.
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CSI: Oral History
Oxford University Press Blog - over 3 years
By Caitlin Tyler-Richards In our first podcast of the season, managing editor Troy Reeves speaks with the newest addition to the Oral History Review (OHR) editorial staff, David J. Caruso. As you will learn, David wears a number of hats in the oral history community. In addition to taking John Wolford’s place as OHR book review editor, he is director of the Center for Oral History at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, and acting board-president of the non-profit organization Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region (OHMAR). He is not yet a seasoned actor with a penchant for serial cop drama, but we’re sure it is only a matter of time. Welcome to the team, David! Or listen to the podcast on the Oral History Review Soundcloud page. The Oral History Review, published by the Oral History Association, is the U.S. journal of record for the theory and practice of oral history. Its primary mission is to explore the nature and significance of oral history and advance underst ...
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TSA drops plan to allow small knives on planes
Fox News - over 3 years
The Transportation Security Administration is abandoning a plan to allow passengers to carry small knives, souvenir bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes in the face of fierce congressional and industry opposition, the head of the agency said Wednesday. By scuttling the plan to drop the knives and sports equipment from TSA's list of prohibited items, the agency can focus its attention on other priorities, including expanding its Pre-Check program to identify ahead of time travelers who don't pose a security risk, TSA Administrator John Pistole told The Associated Press. Pistole had unveiled the proposal to loosen the rules for carry-ons in March, saying the knives and other items can't enable terrorists to cause a plane to crash. He said intercepting them takes time that would be better used searching for explosives and other more serious threats. TSA screeners confiscate over 2,000 of the small folding knives a day from passengers. ...
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300 potential abuse victims emerge in BBC scandal
Fox News - over 4 years
The scale of the child sex abuse scandal engulfing the BBC expanded on Thursday as authorities announced that 300 potential victims had come forward with accusations against one of the broadcaster's most popular children's entertainers and that others might have acted with him. The scandal swirling around one of Britain's most respected news organizations also prompted a spirited defense from New York Times chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. of the paper's incoming CEO, the former top executive of the BBC. In a letter to staff, Sulzberger said he was satisfied that Mark Thompson, who was the BBC's director general until last month, had no role in the decision to scrap an investigative segment about the abuse allegations against the late Jimmy Savile. The well-known children's TV and radio host is accused of using his fame to coerce teens into having sex with him in his car, his camper and even in dressing rooms on BBC premises. ...
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Informant: NYPD Paid Me To 'Bait' Muslims
Huffington Post - over 4 years
NEW YORK — A paid informant for the New York Police Department's intelligence unit was under orders to "bait" Muslims into saying inflammatory things as he lived a double life, snapping pictures inside mosques and collecting the names of innocent people attending study groups on Islam, he told The Associated Press. Shamiur Rahman, a 19-year-old American of Bangladeshi descent who has now denounced his work as an informant, said police told him to embrace a strategy called "create and capture." He said it involved creating a conversation about jihad or terrorism, then capturing the response to send to the NYPD. For his work, he earned as much as $1,000 a month and goodwill from the police after a string of minor marijuana arrests. "We need you to pretend to be one of them," Rahman recalled the police telling him. "It's street theater." Rahman said he now believes his work as an informant against Muslims in New York was "detrimental to the Constitution." After he ...
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Slideshow: RunUp fashion show draws huge crowd
The Business Journals - over 4 years
More than 600 people got jazzed up at RunUp 2012 Friday night. The annual event was held at The Pritzlaff building, 305 N. Plankinton Ave. Event organizers Jordan Dechambre, David Caruso and Libby Castro picked the Roaring 1920s theme for this year's occasion and the crowd loved it. "It was big town culture at a small town price," said Theresa Balistreri, a Milwaukee freelance make-up artist. "Milwaukee has the culture of a big city but is accessible to everyone." The evening highlighted local…
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Blu-ray Review - King of New York (1990)
Flickering Myth - over 4 years
King of New York, 1990. Directed by Abel Ferrara. Starring Christopher Walken, Laurence Fishburne, David Caruso, Wesley Snipes, Victor Argo and Giancarlo Esposito. SYNOPSIS: After being released from prison, a former drug lord sets out to eliminate the competition and distribute their wealth among New York's lower classes. With his bug eyes and intense stare, Christopher Walken has been one of the most interesting actors on screen in the last 30 years. From playing Russian roulette in The Deer Hunter to telling stories of mice churning butter in Catch Me If You Can, Walken has been a constant delight to watch. Always watchable, and able to elevate crap when he’s perhaps selling out (Click), we’ve been treated to an array of creepily told anecdotes and fantastically (and effortlessly) menacing characters. King of New York is a trashy, dirty, degenerate, yet striking and engaging film from Abel Ferrara. Ferrara is perhaps the grimy, rough handed cousin of Martin Scorsese. The ...
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David Schwimmer, 'Madagascar 3' Star, On Why He Wants To Be Part Of The Xanth Movies
Moviefone Blog - over 4 years
David Schwimmer is an enigma to me. So much so, that I called him one during our recent interview. Since "Friends" ended in 2004, Schwimmer -- part actor, part director, part "Xanth" fan who really wants to be in the movie adaptation (we'll get to that) -- is the hardest former cast member to label. And, as I found out, that's the way he likes it. Schwimmer is promoting "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted," where he reprises the role of Melman, a neurotic giraffe, who -- along with his friends -- is trying to return to the Central Park Zoo in New York City. When I met Schwimmer in his Manhattan hotel room -- a room that featured a quite illustrious buffet; Schwimmer swears it wasn't all his -- he was very polite but, well, much nerdier than I expected. For instance, Schwimmer is such a huge fan of the "John Carter of Mars" book series that he pulled some strings in an effort to get a role in the film version. Along those lines, he also has a message for Peter Jackson, should the "Hob ...
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CBS Cancels 'CSI: Miami,' 'Rob' & 'NYC 22,' Renews 'CSI:NY'
The Guestlist - almost 5 years
It's the end of 10 seasons of investigations, pun-filled taglines and best supporting sunglasses on "CSI: Miami" -- CBS has canceled the long-running series. Star Eva LaRue visited "Live with Kelly" last month to lament the fact that the show didn't get a proper send-off, if that was to be their series finale, after their episode order was cut to 19 to make room for Robert De Niro's rookie cop drama "NYC 22." "It's not fair, we didn't get to tie it up right," LaRue said. "After 10 seasons, we ended in a bar. That doesn't seem right." But there you have it -- "CSI: Miami," ending in a bar. CBS sent out this quote with the official announcement: “'CSI: Miami' leaves an amazing television legacy -– a signature look and style, global popularity and as a key player in CBS’s rise to the top over the past decade. We thank all the producers -– led by Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman and Ann Donahue -- and its talented cast, led by David Caruso, for 10 outstanding seaso ...
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TV Review: Community 3.17, ‘Basic Lupine Urology’
Obsessed with Film - What Cultur - almost 5 years
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars All the tedious romantic plots and sentiment are put on the back burner this week as Community delves straight back into another concept episode, the highly anticipated ‘Law &amp; Order’ parody, in which the study group investigate who it was that sabotaged their biology assignment. It truly was Community at its best, showcasing as many minor characters as it could squeeze in and it will stand out as one of the strongest episodes of the season. Not to mention an appearance by ‘90’s action movies’ royalty, Michael Ironside. The entire episode stuck within the framework of a generic ‘Law &amp; Order’ episode, down to the sound effects, opening titles and even a twist ending, as well as using pretty much all the cliché’s in every other police procedural going. The episode opened with the two janitors finding the bloodied corpse a squashed yam (sweet potato) in the biology room belonging to the study group. Professor Kane offers the study group a passing grad ...
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Daily Links – April 26, 2012
Red State - almost 5 years
Today is April 26th. On this date in 1514, Copernicus recorded his first observations of Saturn. He concluded that God must have liked it, because “he puteth a ring upon it.” Also on this date, in 1711, David Hume was born in Scotland. His “Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth” essay was a big influence on the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. Also, he could out-consume both Schopenhauer and Hegel. On this date in 1865 Abraham Lincoln’s assassin John Wilkes Booth was killed by Union soldiers at a Virginia farm. His final words, apparently directed at his hands, were “useless, useless.” To this day, historians are unsure why both of Booth’s hands had the same name. And finally, today is National Richter Scale Day, in honor of the birth of seismologist Charles Richter in 1900. Says David Caruso: I guess you could say he really … [puts on sunglasses] shook things up. YEEAAAAAHHHH! Consider this an Open Thread. Exclusive: Red State Founder Erickson Fires Back At Sen. Mcconnell | Big Journalis ...
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David Caruso and 'CSI: Miami' repeats coming to AMC
LATimes - about 5 years
Don Draper, meet Lt. Horatio Caine: "CSI: Miami" is headed for AMC. The cable network announced Friday that it had acquired the first 10 seasons of the CBS forensics drama starring <a class="fplink fp-59538" href="/david+caruso">David Caruso</a> as the hard-boiled Caine -- more than 200 episodes in total -- plus an additional two seasons if those episodes are produced. "CSI: Miami" will premiere on AMC on Jan. 2 and run weekdays at 5 p.m. AMC has lately staked out a reputation for high-prestige original programming, such as "Mad Men," "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead." By buying repeats of an established broadcast hit, the cable outlet is turning to a ratings-boosting tactic long used by other networks, including USA and A&amp;E. The move also takes AMC further away from its original mission to air classic Hollywood features. "CSI: Miami" marks the first time the network has bought an existing show off the broadcast networks. "'CSI: Miami' is one of television's most powerfu ...
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David Caruso meets a childhood favorite in the block-tacular ‘CSI: Legoland’ — VIDEO
Entertainment Weekly - over 5 years
After nearly 12 violent years and two very successful spinoffs, Austin filmmaker Joe Nicolosi has finally taken the CSI franchise to the next
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Dr. Stephen Neun Named VPAA at Antioch University New England - PR Web (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
“Dr. Neun has a deep personal commitment to AUNE&#39;s core values of ecological sustainability and social justice,” said David Caruso, president of AUNE. “I believe he will be a wonderful colleague and a supportive, collaborative and focused leader
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Crime Story - The Complete Series: 25th Anniversary Edition - TVShowsOnDVD.com
Google News - over 5 years
Guest stars include David Caruso, Julia Roberts, Gary Sinise, Kevin Spacey, Ving Rhames, Lorraine Bracco, Michael Madsen, Pam Grier, Steven Weber, Laura San Giacomo, Stanley Tucci, David Hyde Pierce, Andrew Dice Clay, Deborah Harry, and more!
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Caruso
  • 2010
    Age 54
    In a 2010 issue of TV Guide, his decision to leave NYPD Blue was ranked #6 on a list of TV's 10 biggest "blunders".
    More Details Hide Details In the first episode of South Park, ("Cartman Gets an Anal Probe") Kyle tells his brother, Ike, to "do your impersonation of David Caruso's career" to get Ike to jump out of a spaceship.
  • 2009
    Age 53
    In April 2009, Marquez filed papers against Caruso for fraud, breach of their settlement agreement and emotional distress.
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    In March 2009, an Austrian woman was placed in custody in Tyrol, Austria, on charges of stalking Caruso; she had twice failed to appear in court to answer the charges before fleeing to Mexico; following her deportation from Mexico, Austrian officials took her into custody to await trial on the stalking charges.
    More Details Hide Details In 1994 Caruso won a Golden Globe Award for starring in NYPD Blue as Detective John Kelly, for which he was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. In 2001, he was nominated for the Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Supporting Actor – Suspense for starring in the film Proof of Life as Dino.
  • 2002
    Age 46
    From 2002 to 2012, he starred as Lieutenant Horatio Caine in the popular CSI spin-off series CSI: Miami.
    More Details Hide Details He was the first actor in the franchise to appear as the same character on three of the four CSI programs. On CSI: Miami, he is known for frequently using one-liners at the beginning of each episode. Many of these include him putting on his trademark sunglasses mid-sentence, then walking off-screen just as the main theme starts (finishing move). On an episode of the Late Show with David Letterman that aired on March 8, 2007, comedian Jim Carrey professed to being a fan of the show and went on to satirically impersonate him. Carrey asked for an "intense close-up" from the camera, spoke in a deep voice and put sunglasses on. Caruso later said in an interview with CBS that he was impressed with the impersonation. Caruso is founder of DavidCarusoTelevision.tv and LexiconDigital.tv, as well as co-owner of Steam on Sunset, a clothing store in South Miami.
  • 2001
    Age 45
    In 2001, he had a lead role in the cult psychological horror film Session 9.
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  • 2000
    Age 44
    Caruso returned to film with a supporting role as Russell Crowe's mercenary associate in the film Proof of Life in 2000.
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  • 1997
    Age 41
    In 1997, Caruso returned to television as a New York City-based federal prosecutor in the short-lived CBS law drama series, Michael Hayes, which aired for one season.
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  • 1994
    Age 38
    TV Week magazine, 5 February 1994, pp16-17. "An Officer and a Gentleman" by David Hochman.
    More Details Hide Details Raised as a Roman Catholic, Caruso attended Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic School in Forest Hills.
  • 1993
    Age 37
    Caruso's first major role was in 1993 as Detective John Kelly on the series NYPD Blue, for which he won a Golden Globe Award.
    More Details Hide Details TV Guide named him as one of the six new stars to watch in the 1993–94 season. He made news by leaving the highly rated show the following year (only four episodes into the second season) after failing to obtain the raise he wanted. He was unable to establish himself as a leading man in films despite starring in the crime thriller Kiss of Death, which was critically well-received but did not perform well financially. He also appeared in Jade (1995), which flopped critically and at the box office.
  • 1991
    Age 35
    While filming 1991's Hudson Hawk, he employed method acting, refusing to talk to anyone on set because his character, Kit-Kat, was mute, having had his tongue bitten off.
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  • 1984
    Age 28
    In 1984, he portrayed U.S. Olympian James Brendan Connolly in the NBC miniseries The First Olympics: Athens, 1896.
    More Details Hide Details We can see him in the video clip of the French music Voyages Voyages by Desireless in 1986. Caruso had supporting roles as police officers in the crime films King of New York (1990) and Mad Dog and Glory (1993).
  • 1980
    Age 24
    Caruso's first film appearance was in the 1980 film Getting Wasted as Danny.
    More Details Hide Details He then spent most of the next decade in film supporting roles, appearing in such films as First Blood, An Officer and a Gentleman, Blue City, Thief of Hearts and China Girl. He credits his role as Daniels, "the cadet who nearly drowned", in An Officer and a Gentleman as what got him noticed. Caruso also appeared in Twins. On television, he had a recurring role as Tommy Mann, the leader of the street gang The Shamrocks on Hill Street Blues in the early 1980s. He made a two-episode appearance on the television series Crime Story which ran from 1986 to 1988 on NBC.
  • 1974
    Age 18
    He later attended Archbishop Molloy High School in nearby Briarwood, graduating in 1974.
    More Details Hide Details Caruso worked as a cinema usher, where he would see up to eighty movies a week. He said that he and his coworkers would act out scenes from some of these movies while they were at the back of the theater. It was in this job he found his role models in Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney, and Edward G. Robinson. He said: The ethics of certain actors certainly had a power over me. These guys taught me how to be what I call a stand up kind of guy.
  • 1956
    Age 0
    Born on January 7, 1956.
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