CSI: Miami lasted almost a decade and marked an entire generation of young people addicted to police crimes. This North American action series, which aired from September 2002 to April 2012 on the CBS television network, had a charismatic, cunning and well-known protagonist with a very characteristic gesture: taking off and putting on his sunglasses.
A native of New York, actor David Caruso gave life to the character of Lieutenant Horatio Cane, also known as "H." Caruso achieved absolute fame with that performance, even though he had already won a Golden Globe in 1994 and was nominated for an Emmy for his role in New York City Police.
Now, however, after many years away from the cameras, he has returned to the press radar due to some images captured by the New York Post newspaper. In them, Caruso looks a little heavier, with long, disheveled hair, very different from how CSI: Miami fans remembered him on screen.
The last time he was photographed was in June 2017, when he was leaving a flight from Los Angeles with his youngest children Márquez Anthony and Paloma Raquel.
Although it is true that time has passed since he left this whole world and the years go by for everyone, the actor, 67, is practically unrecognizable. Journalists from the New York Post caught him running errands, pumping gas and keeping a low profile so as not to attract attention.
The fact that Caruso has not appeared in more series or films does not mean that he has stopped working. The actor served as the owner of two production companies, a clothing brand and a furniture brand, and he became interested in art and opened a gallery in Los Angeles.