In TV series she won an Emmy for her portrayal of a hard-bitten prostitute who catered to Vietnam War soldiers, in the series China Beach (1988). She shared in CSI's 2005 Screen Actors Guild award for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series.
Helgenberger is most known for her TV role as a crime scene investigator in C. In her personal life, Helgenberger is the daughter of a cancer survivor and is very active in supporting research for breast cancer.
Got her start as a local news weather girl in her native Nebraska.
I doubt it will be any kind of an intimate relationship.
We always will have some closeness, but I think we have just a marriage of the minds, the two of us, and he's great to work with (William Petersen).
A bit of yin and yang in that relationship, for sure.
, "CSI" star Marg Helgenberger opens up about her love life since divorcing Alan Rosenberg in 2010. I mean, I could never do the online thing if I was available,” says Marg, who stars in the new CBS action series "Intelligence." But the Emmy-winning actress doesn’t need to worry about going online anytime soon. But after four years together, we've gotta ask, what's the secret to their success?
“Luckily for me, I have been dating the same person for four years now,” she tells . “We don’t live together, which is a good thing,” she adds. We’re both very independent people.” FOR MORE, PICK UP THE NEW ISSUE OF CLOSER WEEKLY, ON NEWSSTANDS NOW.
Marg Helgenberger is an established dramatic actress whose prominence has been steadily increasing. Most of her career has been spent in dramatic roles on television, but she has also had a noteworthy presence in feature films.
Helgenberger earned a degree in drama at Northwestern University.
A talent scout recruited her from there to work on the soap opera Ryan's Hope (1975) where she appeared over the course of the next four years.
Throughout the 1990s Helgenberger took on numerous roles in made-for-TV movies and as a guest star on many TV series.