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David Rossi (Character)
from "Criminal Minds" (2005)

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Criminal Minds: Season 11: Episode 22 -- The BAU is shocked when Hotch is apprehended by a SWAT team and suspected of conspiracy, and as the team scrambles to prove his innocence, they suspect a larger plot is on the horizon. Frances Fisher and Sheryl Lee Ralph guest star.

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FBI BAU Supervisory Special Agent David Rossi is played by Joe Mantegna... See more »
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Young David Rossi

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  1. "Criminal Minds"
        - The Storm (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
        - Devil's Backbone (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
        - Inner Beauty (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
        - Tribute (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
        - A Beautiful Disaster (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna
          (202 more)
  2. "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders"
        - The Harmful One (2016) TV episode, Played by Joe Mantegna

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From "Criminal Minds: If the Shoe Fits (#10.6)" (2014)
Dr. Spencer Reid: 5.30 in the morning, East Coast time. You don't seem tired at all
David Rossi: I am not tired. I am a night person
Dr. Spencer Reid: Speaking about that: you may want to reconsider revamping your circadian clock to more traditional chronotype!
David Rossi: Yeah, I'll put that on my to-do list
Dr. Spencer Reid: No, seriously! Studies have found that at night owls show reduce integrity of white matter in the brain compared to early risers
David Rossi: Well, I appreciate your concern, I am very happy with my brain just like it is!
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