Though his character died in the pilot episode, Eads was so popular, producers continued to use him via flashbacks and eventually brought him back as the character's identical twin.
Afterwards, Eads guest-starred on ER, and worked on several made-for-television films such as Crowned and Dangerous with Yasmine Bleeth in 1997.
His father is Arthur Coleman "Cappy" Eads, a retired district attorney who died November 1, 2011. Eads has an older sister, Angela Eads Tekell, who is an attorney in Waco, Texas. George graduated from Belton High School (1985) and from Texas Tech University (1989) with a degree in marketing.
Prior to beginning an acting career, Eads worked as a copy machine salesman, as well as selling first aid and safety supplies for Cintas.
In 2000 Eads became one of the lead character of the CBS police drama CSI, in which he portrayed a Las Vegas forensic scientist named Nick Stokes. He graduated with a degree of marketing from Texas Tech University in 1989. The couple first met on the sets of Evel Knievel, when George broke his thumb, and she was his nurse.
Eads was born in Belton, Texas, and grew up in Belton.
His father is Arthur Coleman "Cappy" Eads, a retired DA who died November 1, 2011. Eads has an older sister, Angela Eads Tekell, who is an attorney in Waco, Texas. George graduated from Belton High School in 1985 and from Texas Tech University in 1989 with a degree in marketing.
In college, he was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
Last year, he won the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series with the rest of the cast.
George Coleman Eads III (born March 1, 1967) is an American actor, best known for his role as Nick Stokes on the CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2000 to 2015 and he doesn't appear in the series finale TV movie Immortality.