Eddie McClintock co-stars with Jane Curtin, Fred Savage and William Devane in ABC's new comedy, "Crumbs," about a fractured family struggling to come together. He will also re-unite with "Stark, Raving Mad" co-star Tony Shalhoub, when he guest-stars on "Monk" later this summer. McClintock was most recently seen opposite Shannon Elizabeth in the Movie of the Week "Confessions of an American Bride." Prior to that, he starred in the ABC Family Movies of the Week, "Picking Up and Dropping Off" and "See Jane Date."
After a brief stint in commercials, McClintock's big break came with a recurring role on the comedy "Ned & Stacey." Soon after, he landed a series regular role as an aspiring actor on Fox's "Holding the Baby." He also starred in "Stark Raving Mad," in which he played the odd assistant to horror novelist Tony Shalhoub, and "AUSA," opposite Scott Foley. Other memorable TV appearances include a role on the 2002-03's one-hour season finale of "Friends," a recurring role on "Felicity," and guest-starring turns on such popular series as " House," "Less than Perfect," "King of Queens," "Sex in the City," "Just Shoot Me" and "Spin City."
McClintock has also been successful in feature films, appearing in Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal" and in director Roger Kumble's "The Sweetest Thing." In addition he starred in the independent films "Screenland Drive" and "Moving August." In his film debut, he portrayed Loren Dean's hands in Lawrence Kasdan's "Mumford."
In his time, away from TV and film sets, McClintock, who resides in Los Angeles, is an avid surfer, painter and drummer.