Eddie McClintock – Eddie McClintock Biography

Edward “Eddie” Theodore McClintock He was born on May 27, 1967, in the town of North Canton, Ohio, in the United States. He studied Communications at Wright State University in Dayton.

Before dedicating himself to acting, he was a wrestler and production assistant; He was in his late thirties when he began acting.

After having brief appearances in the series “Diagnosis Murder“,”Ned and stacey” Y “Zoe, Duncan, Jack & JaneEddie got his first starring role in the sitcom “Holding the Baby“which did not have the expected success and was canceled after its first season.

He then headed, alongside Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris, the cast of “Stark Raving Mad“, a comedy series that aired between 1999 and 2000.

During those years and later McClintock he also starred in the feature films “Screenland Drive” Y “Moving August“, and had supporting roles in”The Sweetest Thing“starring Cameron Diaz and in”Full Frontal“with Julia Roberts.

His next leading role was in the series “Crumbs“, in which she played Jody crumb during 2006; that same year he had the roles of Frank Helm on “Desperate Housewives“, from Hank on “My Boys“and from Dr. Dcott on “Big day“.

His career continued with the role of Special Agent Sullivan on “Bones“and as a guest in numerous series among which are mentioned”Better off Ted“,”CSI: Crime Scene Investigation“,”Fairly Legal“, “Love Bites“or”Romantically challenged“.

Since 2009, Eddie stars, alongside Joanne Kelly, in the science fiction mystery series “Warehouse 13“.

In his personal life, McClintock and his wife Lynn Sanchez, whom he married in 2005, have two children named Jack and Max. In addition to acting, the actor dedicates his free time to painting, he also surfs and plays the drums.