Hollywood star George Eads had his career beginnings during the ’90s. In 1994, he made his film debut in Dust to Dust. He later made his first TV appearance in a one-time role in the show Strange Luck. His first starring role on the small screen was as Nick Corelli on the soap opera Savannah. He later played Paramedic Greg Powell in 3 episodes of ER. He started the 2000s with a role in the made-for-television film The Spring and on the CBS series Grapevine. He then became a television staple during this period thanks to his role as Nick Stokes in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
He was part of the show until its finale in 2015, airing on CBS for 15 seasons. While on the show, he also had roles in the 2014 films Gutshot Straight and Sex Ed. In addition, he had performances in the TV movies Just a Walk in the Park, Second String, and Monte Walsh. He portrayed the titular character in the TV film Evel Knievel. From 2010-2012, he voiced Barry Allen/Flash in the animated series Young Justice. After CSI, he got the role of Jack Dalton in the CBS show MacGyver, which he currently stars in as of present.
The television actor works out on a regular basis to stay in good shape. Being a well-known performer who usually stars in action-oriented shows, it is crucial for him to maintain a strong built. That’s why hitting gym for his training is something that he has since learned to incorporate into his lifestyle. From his CSI years to his current stint in MacGyver, Eads has kept himself on top of the game, fitness-wise. His workout routine basically consists of cardio, weights, and circuit training. He’s also active in general, engaging in sports and other outdoor activities when he has free time.