Eddie McClintock

 

Eddie McClintock is a rare triple threat, handsome, dramatic and funny. After years of short lived network series, he has hit gold as the lead in “Warehouse 13″, SyFy Channel’s biggest ratings success in their history. Fans around the world get the chance to appreciate Eddie as the unexpectedly amusing yet authoritative leading man, Pete Latimer, an FBI Agent assigned to oversee a secret government warehouse full of paranormal artifacts. “Warehouse 13″ is slated to begin shooting its fifth season later this year. Eddie recently finished the lead role in the indie dramatic feature, ‘ fish story’ playing a criminal whose body is taken over by a recently killed father, and briefly given a chance to visit his family. It will be released in 2013. Last summer Eddie was seen in the lead of the SyFy MOW “Boogeyman.” Eddie also starred in the short film “Pet Peeves” directed by acclaimed actress Brooke Adams.

Eddie’s last on air series found him starring with Jane Curtin, Fred Savage and William Devane in the ABC comedy “Crumbs”. After a brief stint in commercials, McClintock’s big break came with a recurring role on the Fox comedy series, “Ned & Stacey,” with Deborah Messing and Thomas Haden Church. Fox then became home for McClintock, in his first starring series role, on “Holding the Baby.” Soon afterward, he starred in two series for NBC, “Stark Raving Mad” and “AUSA”.

Eddie continues to enjoy performing Guest Star duties. He was recently seen Guest Starring opposite Reba McEntire in ABC’s “Malibu Country” and in CBS’s “The Mentalist”. He has also Guest Starred in NBC’s Love Bites, USA’s Fairly Legal, “CSI” opposite Laurence Fishburne, “Better off Ted”, “Romantically Challenged”, “Moonlight” and opposite James Woods in “Shark”. McClintock was memorable in multiple episodes of “Bones”, “Friends” and “Desperate Housewives”. Eddie was also found starring opposite Judd Nelson, Nicholas Turturro and Katey Sagal in the Christmas broadcast of the USA TV Movie “Three Wise Guys” and just prior he starred next to Shannon Elizabeth in the Lifetime movie “Confessions of an American Bride.” He was also re-united with his “Stark Raving Mad” co-star Tony Shaloub, when he guest-stared on “Monk”. Prior to that, he starred in the ABC Family movies “Picking Up and Dropping Off” and “See Jane Date.” Other memorable McClintock TV appearances include a role on the one-hour season finale of “Friends,” a recurring role on The WB’s “Felicity” and guest-starring turns on such popular series as “House,” “Less Than Perfect,” “King of Queens”, “Sex in the City,” “Just Shoot Me,” and “Spin City.” He also can be found on the unique Web Series “Suite 7″ at http://suite7.

McClintock has also been successful in feature films appearing in Steven Soderbergh’s “Full Frontal” and in director Roger Kumble’s “The Sweetest Thing.” He also starred in the independent films “Screenland Drive” and “Moving August.”

In his time away from TV and film sets, McClintock resides in Los Angeles where he lives with his wife and two sons.