Have you been wondering what it’s really like to be a part of the Miami Beach CSI team? Now you can get behind-the-scenes stories from the hit spin-off of the wildly popular series “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
The incredible set visit for 2, hosted by Brendan Fehr (aka Dan Cooper) will give you a great behind-the-scenes look and an opportunity to explore the location where “CSI: Miami” stars transform themselves into your favorite crime-fighting forensic scientists and talk to Brendan about his role in this ground-breaking series. This is a rare chance for you and a guest to gain private access to the highly guarded set of one of television’s most popular shows.
In addition, the lucky winner will receive exclusive memorabilia, including a script from Episode 507 signed by cast members, including David Caruso and Emily Proctor; a Stuart Kaminsky book CSI: NY Blood; and 2 series-two cards numbered 664/999 and 801/999; plus a CSI cooler.
Bid at www.charityfolks.com/StepUp (link
) through May 4th.
CSI: Miami is a spin-off of the popular CBS network series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Like the original CSI, CSI: Miami is a police procedural about a team of forensic scientists, it is set in present-day Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The team investigates mysterious and unusual deaths to determine who killed whom and why, and also solves other serious crimes. The show frequently focuses on a single case in each episode as opposed to the two-cases-per-episode storytelling of its sister shows, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and CSI: NY.
In 2005, Brendan Fehr joined the cast of "CSI Miami" with a recurring role as the A/V technician Dan Cooper. Brendan Fehr is best known for his role as Michael Guerin on the WB television series, Roswell. He was a model to earn more pocket money and his pictures appeared in magazines. He was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where in 1996 he was cast in an early Internet soap opera, CR6. He broke into television in 1997 when he was cast in Breaker High.
Fehr also starred in 2001 in the U2 video for "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" and was also in Vanessa Carlton's video "Pretty Baby."