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Nikki DiSanto on "CSI"

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With another season "The Big Break" under way on the Golf Channel, let's check in with two-time Big Breaker Nikki DiSanto. As we've told you before, Nikki has an eclectic and varied background that includes modeling and television work as a host of travel and lifestyle shows.

Now Nikki's acting career is poised for a big step up. Because she's making her first appearance in a network series when she guests in the Thursday night (April 24) episode of the CBS juggernaut, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Nikki plays the character of Valinda Carlisle. Check it out at 9 p.m. ET, or you can watch the episode online (after it airs) at www.cbs.com/primetime/csi.

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