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Rumer Willis Taking Mac Taylor Part in 'CSI: NY'

September 16, 2008 (9:49 am) GMT
The actress daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis is heading to the small screen for the 100th episode of the crime drama series.

is going to guest appear in "". Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello has reported that the starlet who has recently starred alongside in "" will be tackling a character whose name coincides with the lead character Mac Taylor, played by , on the series' 100th episode.

In the episode to be aired on November 19, she will be one of a serial killer's targets only because her name is Mac Taylor. Apart from this "CSI: NY" part, she has also been set to star in the October 12 episode of another television series "". There, she will be portraying the wife of a soldier who is injured in Iraq.

In the meantime, "CSI: NY" special episode will see the joining in of new detective, portrayed by , and the return of hip-hop artist as a club owner who is also a confidential informant to the forensic scientists. Praising the rapper's acting, executive producer Pam Veasey said, "He's a great actor. He really stepped up."

The second spin-off of CBS show "" is going to enter its fifth season on Wednesday, September 24. Featuring Sinise, , , , and many others, it chronicles the investigations done by a team of New York City Police Department forensic scientists in solving murder crimes.

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