This NY-born actor made a name for himself with “CSI: NY.” Cahill was born and bred in the Big Apple and studied at the Atlantic Theatre Acting School part of NYU. Like many actors, Cahill started in theater and it was during his stint in the production, “The Altruists” that he caught the eye of A-lister, Sarah Jessica Parker.
Then, Cahill got regular appearances on TV series such as “Felicity,” “Sex and the City,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” After the last season, Cahill joined the cast of tv-series “Conviction” and “Under the Dome.” He has made appearances in police-drama “Blue Bloods” and the fantasy series “Fantasy Island.” When Cahill is not on the silver screen, he is a hockey fan and unsurprisingly supports the NY-based team, New York Rangers.
Robert Joy — Now
Robert Joy has undoubtedly carved out a remarkable path in the realm of acting, showcasing his immense talent across a diverse range of projects. His notable accomplishments include captivating performances in renowned films such as "The Hills Have Eyes," "Land of the Dead," and "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem." He also had a guest appearance in the hit medical drama "Grey's Anatomy."
Embracing his passion for storytelling, Joy recently joined the esteemed cast of the critically-acclaimed film "Don't Look Up," further solidifying his reputation as a respected and sought-after actor. His unwavering commitment to his artistry continues to captivate audiences and cement his place among the industry's finest talents.
Robert Joy — Then
For some coworkers like Sheldon Hawkes, Dr. Sid Hammerback gives them the creeps with his unsettling demeanor. Audiences can understand Hawkes' unease, as Dr. Hammerback tends to overshare a bit too much information. Although he primarily operates behind the scenes in the crime-scene lab, he is an integral part of "CSI: NY" as the indispensable medical examiner.
The crime lab simply wouldn't be able to function without him. Despite his background presence, Dr. Hammerback's brilliance is undeniable, and his occasional flashes of genius shine through. However, it should be noted that these moments of brilliance often come hand in hand with a certain level of creepiness.
Eddie Cahill — Then
Who can forget tough-guy homicide detective Don Flack who offers audiences some of the best one-liners? Though Flack is not actually a qualified crime-scene investigator, he makes a sharp-nosed detective and adds much muscle to the team. If any criminals are looking to make a quick runaway, you can be sure that Flack will be on their tail.
As said, Flack is known for his one-liners but not if you are a criminal or a suspect. Though this detective can catch any criminal who is planning to make a getaway from the police, the best scenes with Don Flack are always in the interrogation room. Don Flack can play both the good cop and bad cop and often a laugh is involved. Suspects get a lot of “flack” from him.
Khandi Alexander — Now
While actress Khandi Alexander is most well-known for her role in “CSI: Miami,” Alexander has added a number of acting credentials to her career since leaving the series. She has starred in “Scandal” and the action film “Patriot’s Day.” However, what you wouldn’t know about Alexander is that she actually started out as a dancer.
In fact, Alexander was a choreographer for Whitney Houston during her world tours from the late 1980s to the early 1990s. If you want to see Alexander busting a move, you can see her in the video of Natalie Cole’s “Pink Cadillac.” Yet, you would be wrong for thinking Alexander is a one-trick pony. She was also featured in some major films like the biographic film “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”