George Coleman Eads III (conceived March 1, 1967), is an American entertainer, most popular for his job as Nick Stokes on the CBS police show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. On November 25, 2014, it was declared that Eads would leave the show, which in any occasion was not restored for the accompanying season—which means he just missed the arrangement finale TV film, Immortality. He at present stars as Jack Dalton on the CBS activity experience arrangement MacGyver.
Eads was brought into the world in Belton, Texas, and experienced childhood in Belton. His dad is Arthur Coleman "Cappy" Eads, a resigned lead prosecutor who passed on November 1, 2011. His mom is Vivian Baker (née Athens). Eads has a more established sister, Angela Eads Tekell, who is a lawyer in Waco, Texas. Eads' stepfather, Dudley Baker, is a gynecologist. George moved on from Belton High School (1985) and from Texas Tech University (1989) with a degree in advertising. In school, he was an individual from the Phi Delta Theta club. Before starting an acting vocation, Eads functioned as a copier sales rep, just as selling emergency treatment and security supplies for Cintas.
To seek after his acting profession, he made a beeline for Los Angeles, California, in a pickup truck acquired from his stepfather. At the point when he showed up in Los Angeles, he could just drive during the day on the grounds that the truck had two broken headlights. Eads got his large break on the early evening drama Savannah. In spite of the fact that his character passed on in the pilot scene, Eads was so mainstream, makers kept on utilizing him through flashbacks and at last brought him back as the character's indistinguishable twin.
A short time later, Eads visitor featured on ER, and chipped away at a few made-for-TV movies, for example, Crowned and Dangerous with Yasmine Bleeth in 1997.
In 2000, Eads got one of the lead characters of the CBS police show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, in which he depicts a Las Vegas measurable researcher named Nick Stokes.
Corresponding to CSI, Eads has dealt with made-for-TV films, for example, 2003's Monte Walsh and 2004's Evel Knievel.
In August 2013, preceding CSI's fourteenth season, Eads allegedly was disappearing from nonattendance subsequent to having a fight with an essayist from the show over what was portrayed as "inventive issues",
In 2016 George Eads stars in CBS's rebooted variant of the MacGyver TV arrangement.
In 2011, Eads wedded Monika Casey. In January 2014, Eads and Casey were accounted for to anticipate their first youngster. George and Monica separated in 2015.