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And he hasn't done any movies yet, if that's any consolation.
In 1998 Eric starred in his first TV role on “The Net” In 2000, Szmanda began a recurring role in the CBS police drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the first two seasons as Greg Sanders, a DNA technician and investigator, before being added to the main cast in the third season. Campaign for Burma and traveled to Thailand to see the conditions of Burmese refugees who have fled their native country.
He remained on the show until it ended after the fifteenth season in September 2015. Szmanda showed his support for Animal Defenders International (ADI) in March 2017 along with former CSI co-star Jorja Fox.
; born July 24, 1975) is an American actor of Polish, German and English descent.
He is most famous for having played Greg Sanders in the CBS police drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a role he held from the show's beginning in 2000 until it ended in 2015. They moved to Mukwonago when Eric was very young and that’s where he was raised.