With the release of the first trailers for the return of CSI: Las Vegas, fans have been wondering if they will ever see Al Robbins actor Robert David Hall, who has previously appeared in all seasons of the show.
One of the most popular series on CBS will make its comeback after a 6-year absence, CSI: Las Vegas, which is confirmed by the latest trailer and release date. But viewers wonder if they’ll ever see Al Robbns, played by Robert David Hall, again.
On the CSI series, Al Robbins was the medical examiner for the Las Vegas Police Department and had a clsoe relationship with D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) and his night shift crew.
Robert David Hall, who played the character, appeared in all seasons of CSI, becoming one of the performers who spent the most time on the show.
But now, as CBS prepares the return of CSI: Las Vegas, fans are eager to see the actor back on the show.
So far, the participation of actors William Petersen and Jorja Fox, who were pillars of the show in the past, have been confirmed, in addition to them, Wallace Langham and Paul Guilfoyle will also be seen reprising their roles as well.
Aside from the main characters of CSI: Las Vegas, new members of the team are also being included, such as Paula Newsome as Maxine Roby head of the crime lab, Matt Lauria as Josh Folsom as level III investigator, Mel Rodriguez as Hugo Ramirez as a forensic scientist and Mandeep Dhillon as Allie Rajan as a level II investigator.
However, the presence of Robert David Hall, who last appeared in the show in 2018, has not yet been confirmed. However, fans are hoping to see him again on the return of CSI: Las Vegas.