David Eigenberg

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David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
HBO
When Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) first met bartender Steve (David Eigenberg), he was a rare find: smart, sexy, and sensitive. Over the course of the show and the movies, though, Steve went from reading classic literature to watching 'Scooby-Doo,' and from being "the one" to being the guy that would (unbelievably) cheat on Miranda and force them into couples' counseling. By the time 'Sex and the City 2' rolled around, Steve had mostly returned to form, but the damage had already been done. 
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David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
HBO
When Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) first met bartender Steve (David Eigenberg), he was a rare find: smart, sexy, and sensitive. Over the course of the show and the movies, though, Steve went from reading classic literature to watching 'Scooby-Doo,' and from being "the one" to being the guy that would (unbelievably) cheat on Miranda and force them into couples' counseling. By the time 'Sex and the City 2' rolled around, Steve had mostly returned to form, but the damage had already been done. 
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David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
HBO
When Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) first met bartender Steve (David Eigenberg), he was a rare find: smart, sexy, and sensitive. Over the course of the show and the movies, though, Steve went from reading classic literature to watching 'Scooby-Doo,' and from being "the one" to being the guy that would (unbelievably) cheat on Miranda and force them into couples' counseling. By the time 'Sex and the City 2' rolled around, Steve had mostly returned to form, but the damage had already been done. 
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David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
David Eigenberg as Steve on 'Sex and the City'
HBO
When Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) first met bartender Steve (David Eigenberg), he was a rare find: smart, sexy, and sensitive. Over the course of the show and the movies, though, Steve went from reading classic literature to watching 'Scooby-Doo,' and from being "the one" to being the guy that would (unbelievably) cheat on Miranda and force them into couples' counseling. By the time 'Sex and the City 2' rolled around, Steve had mostly returned to form, but the damage had already been done. 

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