Guilfoyle Has Come To Terms With Brass's Possible DeathBy Carolina
May 18, 2006 - 8:18 PM
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To ensure the survival of his character, Paul Guilfoyle (Capt. Jim Brass) thinks CSI should do a crossover with an NBC show.
"I said, 'Hope they wheel me onto the set of ER if I'm dying,'" Guilfoyle told the Boston Herald. "I'm sure they could help me out."
All kidding aside, the actor is looking at the arc realistically, and if the writers do decide to kill off his character, he's decided to take the decision gracefully and move on. "I've had over 100 jobs, and I've always looked at acting as a temporary system," he said. "I'd like to continue in theater and movies."
It's rare for CSI to explore such a personal storyline, but when it does it goes all out. Still, tonight's season finale won't ignore its premise, and there'll be plenty of science.
"I get unnerved when people call it a procedural drama," he said. "It's not that these characters don't have issues; they just don't reveal them. It's the way a classical musician works. There's an interpretation behind the notes. It's not overt."
Head over to the Boston Herald to read the rest of the article.