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Guilfoyle: Wrong scene for Pacino
Paul Guilfoyle used to want Al Pacino to appear on the show
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation star Paul Guilfoyle has said he couldn't get Al Pacino to cameo on the show, because he's too much of a perfectionist.
The 63-year-old actor has played Captain Jim Brass in the show since it began in 2000, and revealed he used to want the Scarface star to make an appearance, but then realised he would slow down the tight filming schedule for the series.
Paul said: "I used to think it'd be great to get Al Pacino. But then I realised it wouldn't work.
"I said to Al, 'You'd never be able to do this kind of show, because it's like trying to keep a train running on time on the track'. I could just see how much time it would take for him to do just one scene because he's such a perfectionist. He isn't concerned about trains running on tracks!"
The CSI star said he is enjoying Ted Danson's appearance on the show as DB Russell.
Paul, who previously worked with Ted back in the 80s on Three Men And A Baby, said: "Ted doesn't really shake things up, he stirs them - he's kind of the opposite of James Bond, stirred, not shaken! He's a lovely guy and such a consummate professional that he adds this element of joyousness to it. His character is, of course, quirky. In terms of the Brass and Russell characters, they're a little bit like oil and water and are finding ways to work as professionals do."
:: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation airs on CBS DRAMA, weeknights at 9pm (Sky 149 and Freesat 134), and Channel 5 on Tuesdays at 9pm