Before making an impression with the HBO television series Sex and the City audiences, Eigenberg received attention for his chilling performance as shooter, ‘Alex Robbey,' on Homicide: Life on the Street. He next played on the opposite side of the interrogation table in a recurring role as District Attorney, ‘Harvey Welk,' in The Practice. Eigenberg has also appeared as a series regular in The Beat, with Mark Ruffalo, Lea DeLaria and Celeste Holm, executive produced by Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson. The actor also performed in the role of ‘Nick Delvecchio' in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced series Soldier of Fortune, Inc. - Special Ops Forces, and had a recurring role on the dramatic series Ed.
Among Eigenberg's many other television credits are appearances on: Close to Home, Monk, The Ghost Whisperer, Judging Amy, CSI, Without a Trace, The King of Queens, and Third Watch. Eigenberg's films include: See You in September, The Trouble with Romance, Driftwood, Love, Ludlow; Around the Bend, Garfield, The Mothman Prophecies, and A Perfect Murder.
A member of the Ensemble Studio Theater in New York, Eigenberg has performed in numerous Off-Broadway plays. On Broadway, he received his break in 1990 playing a hustler in John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation, directed by Jerry Zaks, at Lincoln Center. Eigenberg also starred in Take Me Out, directed by Joe Mantello, which was awarded the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Drama League, and New York Critics Awards for Best Play.
David served in the USMCR from 1982 – 1986.
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David Eigenberg Facts
|Birthday||May 17, 1964 (53)|
|Birthplace||Manhasset, New York, USA|
|Sex and the City: The Movie|
|Sex and the City 2|
|Take a Knee|
|Chicago Fire: Season Four|
|Chicago Fire: Season 3|
|Your Day is Coming|
|The Mothman Prophecies|
|Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines|