David Fumero Leaves the Cold Winter of New York for ‘CSI: Miami’

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“One Life to Live” fans, who also happen to watch CBS’ “CSI: Miami,” should pay close attention to the Sunday, February 20 episode of the primetime drama as David Fumero (Cristian Vega) is set to play the role of Armando Salazar in the episode entitled “Last Stand.” “General Hospital’s” Robert LaSardo (ex-Manny/Mateo) is also set to return as Memmo Fiero,  the man who killed Horatio Caine’s (David Caruso) wife.

“I play a used-to-be bad guy who retired from the gang thing,” said Fumero in an interview with Soaps In Depth. “He’s become a bit of a millionaire, but his ego makes him fall right back into it. I read for the casting director in L.A. The role came up, and they called me for it.”

A native of Miami himself, Fumero says “David was really cool, and Adam [Rodriguez] is a really stand-up dude. I had a great time.”

“CSI: Miami” airs Sundays at 10/9c on CBS.

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