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Captain Jim Brass
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Played by: Paul Guilfoyle
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In high school, he enlisted in the US Marine Corps and did two tours of duty in the Vietnam War. He studied at Seton Hall University, and got a degree in history. After the war, he joined the Newark Police. Brass spent 20 years working his way up to homicide detective in New Jersey. Before he became a homicide detective, he was assigned to Vice. While working in Vice, he worked hard to clean up his department, earning the enmity of many of his former colleagues (and the nickname 'Squeaky,' as in 'squeaky clean'). Brass, under stress, sometimes drank and would cover it up by popping cough drops to hide the smell of alcohol on his breath (episode 415, "Early Rollout"). While his wife Nancy was having an affair with Vice cop Mike O'Toole, Brass was busy with his own affair with another member of the vice squad, Annie Kramer, who later moved to Los Angeles and was promoted to captain. Brass claims later that it was Nancy's affair that ruined their marriage, rather than the other way around, and that she eventually just wanted a way out (episode 520, "Hollywood Brass"). Brass transferred out of New Jersey in the 1990s and came to Las Vegas (In "For Worrick" episode (1/09) he says to Grissom: "You know when I first came to Vegas twenty years ago..."). He eventually ran the CSI department, more as an administrator than as an investigator. Showing as an example of how much he trusts the team Brass has stated that he would want Gil Grissom's CSI team to investigate his murder; he gave Grissom power of attorney rights should anything happen to him, which proved useful when Grissom chose to go ahead with his risky but life-saving surgery when he was shot.
Brass used to have Grissom's job as the supervisor of the CSI team. After young CSI Holly Gribbs was murdered on her first day in the field, he lost his position to Grissom. Brass was then given the position as a homicide detective, usually serving as the legal muscle for the CSI team and the one who does most of the arresting and interrogating of suspects. He is usually the one to draw his gun and does not like it when his CSIs try to take dangerous matters like arresting suspects into their own hands. He also gets on Grissom's case for not drawing his firearm, even in appropriate situations.
Big Dark Secret : His daughter Ellie is not his biological daughter
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|capt_brass||.........brass.......................||0||Aug 4 2011, 11:05 PM EDT by capt_brass|
|somebody09||Birth date||0||Oct 10 2010, 9:39 AM EDT by somebody09|
Thread started: Oct 10 2010, 9:39 AM EDT Watch
Ok, so I've made change and explanation in Brass's birth date. Did no-one notice that when he got shot & came to hospital paramedic said "male, 55"! 2006 minus 55 is??? 1951 guys! Not 1953. I know CBS writers don't remember what the wrote before, so they do mistakes... I've read how they messed up with Catherine & her daughter's age...
|CSIDunne||Shooting a bystander by accident?||1||Oct 10 2010, 8:52 AM EDT by somebody09|
Thread started: Sep 26 2008, 12:36 PM EDT Watch
In All for Our Country I think the Vigilanty says somthing about Brass shooting a bystander by accident and Brass says that ''since you're so smart'' it was a passenger in a pursuit car.Does this actually happen in any episode?
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