CSI star Marg Helgenberger experienced an historic moment in her career yesterday when received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

This comes at a bittersweet time in her career, as her last episode of the hit crime-scene drama will be airing tomorrow night.

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Marg was surrounded by family and friends, including co-stars Dana DelaneyJorja Fox and Ted Danson.

The actress, who started on CSI when it debuted in 2000, said at the ceremony, according to E! News, "Somehow, the thrill of bringing written characters got under my skin and I shelved a potential nursing career for a much more stable career in the entertainment business." 

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But apparently, Marg felt it was time to move on, saying, "Leaving CSI was one of the hardest things I've ever done. I don't know what comes next for me, but I do know that if the past is any indication, wherever my career is going, I'm not going to get there alone."

We can't wait to see what she does next!

 

 

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