David Caruso - an actor so bad many people wonder why he has a career - is a spoiled diva on the set of "CSI: Miami" and he apparently struggles with delivering a single line of dialogue without requires multiple takes - all complete with his trademark "Removal Of The Sunglasses For Dramatic Effect" Move.
“(David) can't walk and talk at the same time, requires dozens of takes for simplest line-readings and can't even put his ‘CSI’ gloves on on-camera,” said a source going by the moniker “OnSetSnitch.”
“Snitch,” who claims to have worked on the production and witnessed almost 50 episodes of the hit show filmed over two years, contacted Defamer.com which had just posted another story about David, and the website decided to post Snitch’s Grade A Gossip Juice regarding David's sunglasses-enhanced acting method.
“Caruso is without a doubt, the most tortured, saddest man-child/ actor I've ever seen in over 15 years of movie and TV-making.” The alleged insider said. “He will cuss uncontrollably (often in front of a child actor) and blame everyone but himself for his inability to act. He used to hack up big loogies on the floor of the set, too, until a producer gently reminded him of sanitation and courtesy.”
"Oh, and he re-writes every scene he is in, so he is totally to blame for the hackneyed one-liners. He will take anything the writers give him, and destroy it. And the sunglass bit is all his, a truly innovative contribution to his character."
Apparently, Caruso is not in on his own joke. Weak actors rely on props to mess around with while working a scene, and for Caruso -- that means the Sunglasses. Good thing his show is set in Miami and not in a city that is often cloudy and overcast -- like Seattle.