Eddie McClintock

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Eddie McClintock
Eddie McClintock 2014 NBC Universal Summer Press Day (cropped).jpg
McClintock at the NBCUniversal Summer press day on April 2014
Born Edward McClintock
(1967-05-27) May 27, 1967 (age 47)
North Canton, Ohio, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997-present
Spouse(s) Lynn Sanchez (m. 2005), 2 children

Edward "Eddie" Theodore[1] McClintock (born May 27, 1967) is an American actor who has starred and guest starred in numerous television shows. He played the role of Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer on the Syfy series Warehouse 13.

Early life[edit]

McClintock was born in North Canton, Ohio, the son of Theodore “Ted” McClintock. He married Lynn Sanchez in 2005, and they have two sons, Jack and Max.[2] McClintock graduated with a degree in communications from Wright State University in Dayton and also studied design in college. In 2007, he designed the album artwork for "V is for Vagina"[3] and currently sells some of his artwork on his personal website. A wrestler and later a production assistant, he subsequently took up acting and was nearly 30 before he appeared in major roles.

Career[edit]

McClintock at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con International.

To date, McClintock has appeared in ten pilots, starred in five network series, worked on several TV movies, and made well over 45 guest appearances on more than 25 different shows. He was a cast member on the television sitcom Stark Raving Mad from 1999 to 2000 with Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris, which won the People’s Choice Award [3] but later was cancelled. In 2006, he appeared on Desperate Housewives as Frank, the father of Gabrielle and Carlos' adoptive baby. He appeared as Special Agent Tim Sullivan in four episodes of Bones in 2007. He has also guest-starred on Sex and the City, My Boys, Felicity, Friends, Ned and Stacey, Less than Perfect, Better off Ted, The King of Queens and other less-successful television shows like B.S. (Boarding School), A.U.S.A., Crumbs with Fred Savage, and Say Uncle with Teri Hatcher and Ken Olin. He is best known for his role in Syfy's Warehouse 13.

BuddyTV ranked him number eight-two on its list of "TV's Sexiest Men of 2011".[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Mumford Unsolved Mumford
2000 Screenland Drive Clay
2002 Moving August August Loder
2002 Sweetest Thing, TheThe Sweetest Thing Michael
2002 Full Frontal Second Fired Employee
2009 Pet Peeves Jack Short film
2011 A Fish Story Eddie

Television[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Diagnosis: Murder Young 'Manny' Tubbs "A History of Murder"
1997 Ned & Stacey Chazz Gordon 4 episodes
1998–1999 Holding the Baby Jimmy Stiles 13 episodes
1999 Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane Vince "The Advice"
1999 Felicity Ryan Crane "Love and Marriage"
1999–2000 Stark Raving Mad Jake Donovan 22 episodes
2000 Sex and the City Guy by Pool (uncredited) "Escape from New York"
2000 Just Shoot Me! Slam "The First Thanksgiving"
2000 Spin City Robert "All the Wrong Moves"
2001 Say Uncle Stu TV movie
2001 Felicity Ryan Crane "The Last Thanksgiving"
2002 B.S. Steven Goldstein TV movie
2002 Glory Days Leo Cochran "The Lost Girls"
2002 Friends Clifford 'Cliff' Burnett "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby: Parts 1 & 2"
2002 King of Queens, TheThe King of Queens Eddie "Connect Four"
2003 Miss Match Colin "Miss Communication" unaired
2003 A.U.S.A. Owen Harper 8 episodes
2003 Pitts, TheThe Pitts Keith "Miss American Pipe"
2003 See Jane Date Kurt Batner TV movie
2003 Less than Perfect Jake Heberling "Shampoo"
2003 Picking Up & Dropping Off Charlie TV movie
2003–2004 Married to the Kellys Bob "Tom Makes a Friend"
-"Double Dating"
2005 House Coach Stahl "Kids"
2005 Confessions of an American Bride Ben Rosen TV movie
2005 Monk Warren Kemp "Mr. Monk Goes to the Office"
2005 Three Wise Guys Joey TV movie
2006 Great Malones, TheThe Great Malones "Pilot"
2006 Crumbs Jody Crumb / Jack Crumb 13 episodes
2006 Desperate Housewives Frank Helm 3 episodes
2006 My Boys Hank 4 episodes
2006–2007 Big Day Dr. Scott "Boobzilla"
"Magic Hour"
"Last Chance to Marry Jane"
2007 Bones Special Agent Tim Sullivan 4 episodes
2007 Winner, TheThe Winner Terry "Glen's New Friend"
2007 Shark Tom Brandt "For Whom the Skel Rolls"
2008 Moonlight Jason Abbott "Click"
2009 New 20's, TheThe New 20's Nick TV short
2009 Roommates David Schick "The Tickets"
"The Old and the New"
2009–2014 Warehouse 13 Pete Lattimer 64 episodes
2010 Better Off Ted Billy "Mess of a Salesman"
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Finn Thomas "The Panty Sniffer"
2010 Suite 7 Michael "Good in Bed"
2011 Fairly Legal Bobby / Chef Bo "Bo Me Once"
2011 Warehouse 13: Of Monsters and Men Pete Lattimer Warehouse 13 web tie-in
2011 Love Bites Scott "Sky High"
2011 Romantically Challenged Damon "Perry Dates His Assistant"
2012 Boogeyman Michael Samuels TV movie
2013 The Mentalist SFC Hawkins "Red, White and Blue"
2013 Malibu Country Steve "All You Single Ladies"
2013 Modern Family Brandon "Three Dinners"
2014 Castle Rogan O'Leary "For Better Or Worse"
2014 Witches of East End Ronan Season 2 episode 7 "Art of Darkness"

References[edit]

  1. ^ McClintock, Eddie (2010-11-23). "Twitter / Eddie McClintock: Theodore (like the chipmun ...". Twitter. Archived from the original on 2011-02-20. Retrieved 2011-02-20. "Theodore (like the chipmunk)! RT @MichaelIanBIack Whats your middle name?" 
  2. ^ Boucher, Geoff (22 September 2009). "Eddie McClintock finally finds a career treasure tucked away in ‘Warehouse 13′.". The LA Times. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Boucher
  4. ^ "TV's 100 Sexiest Men of 2011". BuddyTV. Retrieved March 9, 2012. 

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