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His performance as Buck Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde launched his career.
His other substantial films include Poseidon Adventure (1972); The Conversation (1974); Superman (1978); Hoosiers (1986); Mississippi Burning (1988); Unforgiven (1992); The Firm (1993); Crimson Tide (1995); Get Shorty (1995); The Birdcage (1996); Enemy of the State (1998); The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). After being discharged in 1951, he worked his way from Illinois to New York, taking on various jobs and studying journalism and TV production as well.
He also became friends with actor Robert Duvall and was roommates with Dustin Hoffman for a time.
His big break came after director Robert Rossen cast Hackman in the drama Lilith (1965) with Warren Beatty.
Over his almost 50-year career, he has been nominated for five Academy Awards, winning two, including best actor in The French Connection.
In addition, Hackman has won three Golden Globes and two BAFTAs.
Kim Delaney joined the series following the pilot episode's broadcast.
CSI: Miami follows a group of detectives assigned to the Miami-Dade Police Department's Crime Scene Investigations, an elite unit operating out of the (fictional) "Miami Dade police headquarters, with its eerie blue light and flickering screens".
The team is led by Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso), who, through his history as a bomb-disposal expert, has gained specialized knowledge in explosive forensics.
Following the back-door pilot, Zuiker stated that he believed the series "needed a little more balance in terms of a leading woman".
Executives offered Sela Ward the part of Megan Donner, a lieutenant and Horatio's former boss.
Jerry Bruckheimer also executive-produces the series. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger expressed their displeasure at CBS' launch of Miami, with Petersen stating that "[they] should have waited five years for a CSI spinoff." Helgenberger supported Petersen's comments during an Emmy acceptance speech, noting that "as far as [she was] concerned, there’s only one CSI." Petersen jestingly referred to the series NYPDCSI, as it initially featured both David Caruso and Kim Delaney, of NYPD Blue fame.