CSI's William Petersen has done what so many TV and movie stars are doing to work their acting chops: they're going to the theater.
Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated Peterson has joined Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, debuting in Dublin Carol.
Peterson plays a drunk who works for a Dublin undertaker. On Christmas Eve his estranged daughter arrives with news that gives John "a chance to escape the burdens of his past."
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Sort of like an Irish Christmas Carol?
Peterson, an old theater pro, is co-founder of the Remains Theater Ensemble which includes other prominent Chicago-actors Gary Cole and Ted Levine.