Jones and Fuqua executive produce alongside Todd Harthan, Oly Obst and David Boorstein, while Schore and Sethi serve as co-executive producers for 20th Century Fox TV, 3 Arts Entertainment & Fuqua Films.
star Melina Kanakaredes is leaving the veteran CBS crime drama after 6 seasons.
Born on April 23, 1967 in Akron, Ohio, to Harry Kanakaredes and Connie Temo, she belongs to Greek descent.
She began performing locally; singing with her sisters.
Already gave this role her considerable fan base and leave a lasting impression on the producer what her appearances in television series such as New York Cops – earned hunt for the title page or Leaving LA – NYPD Blue, New York News. Sydney Hansen in the television series Providence, which earned her a TV Guide Award.
To Kanakaredes’ rare appearances in film credits include a supporting role as Samuel L.
It then reveled to us that her net worth is about million.
From 2004 Kanakaredes was in the television series CSI: NY, an offshoot of the series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Detective Stella Bonasera to be seen as. Melina Kanakaredes claimed as clean actress and seems never made any scandal or something ridiculus that will ruin her career.
“Her amazing talent and invaluable contribution to the success of the series are greatly appreciated and will not be forgotten.
She will forever remain a friend to the network and studio and we wish her the very best.” Added Kanakaredes, who now holds the distinction of having starred on two back-to-back hit series, NBC’s I hear most recently earned her around 0,000 an episode.
It could be that theory of the way way the sun hits away from the equator or it could be genetics but some Greeks are darker than others.
She is best known for playing the role of Detective Stella Bonasera on the series CSI: NY. Sydney Hansen in the series Providence and Eleni Andros Cooper in the American daytime television drama series Guiding Light.