|Friends||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Tag||20017|
|Under the Dome||2014 2013 - 2014||Actor||Sam||20147|
|Glory Days||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||Mike Dolan||20027|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2001 2001||Actor||Tommy Dowd||20017|
|This is Not a Test||2007||Actor||Robert Forte||20077|
|Sex and the City||2000 2000||Actor||Sean||20007|
|CSI: New York||2012 2012||Actor||Det Don Flack||20127|
|Sizzlin' Sixteen 2001||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Interviewee||20017|
|The Narrows||2009||Actor||Nicky Shades||20097|
|The WB Presents: Teen People's What's Next||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||n/a||20027|
|Dawson's Creek||2002 2002||Actor||Max Winter||20027|
|Lords of Dogtown||2005||Actor||Larry Gordon||20057|
|Cast in the Catherine Hardwicke directed "Lords of Dogtown" a fictionalized take on a group of skateboarders that originated in Venice, California during the 1970's|
|Played Rachel's underqualified but hunky assistant in a recurring role on "Friends" (NBC)|
|Had a recurring guest role on The WB's college-set series "Felicity", playing the violent, drug dealing boyfriend of new girl Molly (Sarah-Jane Potts)|
|Completed the pilot "Glory Days" (The WB), playing a burned-out writer who returns to his small town home only to be coldly received by the friends he named in the tell-all tome that launched his career; show retooled as a suspense series and picked up as|
|Had a recurring role as Rachel's assistant and love interest on the NBC comedy "Friends"|
|Cast as one of the USA Olympic hockey team players in "Miracle"|
|Played a victimized male escort on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC)|
|Starred alongside Joey Slotnick and Sam Robards in "The Altruists", produced at NYC's Vineyard Theater|
|Played homicide Detective Don Flack on CBS' "CSI: NY"|
|Appeared in an episode of HBO's "Sex and the City" as a young boyfriend of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker)|
|Raised in and around the New York City area|
|New York University|
|Real-life New Yorker Eddie Cahill on guesting on fake New York-set series "Felicity" and "Friends": "Faux New York is gorgeous. It's cleaner. The apartments are bigger. And everything stops when you say 'Cut' -- then someone hands you a latte." --to Us Weekly, December 25, 2000.|
|"I shot my last episode of 'Friends', and as I was leaving the lot, I had a surge that just five months ago was my first time on a lot -- ever. That was the coolest thing that happened to me." -- Cahill, quoted in the E! Online "Sizzlin' 16 2001" feature, January 2001.|
|"Acting has been the only thing so far that really gets me jazzed. It's like my girlfriend in a lot of ways. We fight. We have a relationship, and she gets me up every morning. I'm inspired by it, and I want to one day be really good at it and see what we can do together." --Eddie Cahill quoted in USA Today, January 15, 2002.|
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