After paying his dues as a TV actor through most of the 2000s, Josh Zuckerman scored his first big career break on the ABC Family science-fiction drama "Kyle XY," playing the part of Mark in seasons two and three. However, it was as Eddie Orlofsky on the 2009-10 season of Sunday night ABC smash "Desperate Housewives" that the actor garnered his first real stand-alone attention. His character falls under the broad category of those added in the later years of a hit TV franchise to spice up the narrative intrigue. As a mechanic with a taste for serial killing, Zuckerman ran through an 11-episode arc. Zuckerman has enjoyed shorter recurring roles on several other TV series. He played Toby Porter on two episodes of the 2000 drama "Once and Again," did a pair of episodes of "NYPD Blue" in 2002 as James "Swirly" Kilik, and played a character named Leo Donwell over three 2007 episodes of "CSI: Miami." After a co-starring role in the 2010 short "Ivan's House" opposite John Heard, Zuckerman landed his first feature-film lead role in the 2011 drama "Storage."