Eric Millegan

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Actor

Birth Date: August 25, 1974

Age: 49 years old

Birth Place: Hackettstown, New Jersey

Although Eric Millegan is primarily a theater actor, with Broadway and Off-Broadway credits including revivals of "Hair" and "Jesus Christ Superstar" and the male lead in "Harold and Maude: The Musical," the New Jersey-born, Oregon-raised actor also has a number of film and television credits to his name. Along with roles in small indie films like 2002's "On_Line" and 2006's "The Phobic," Millegan appeared in guest shots on television dramas like the Sidney Lumet-created courtroom drama "100 Centre Street," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," and Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

In 2005, Millegan began his first high-profile television role as graduate student Zack Addy on the comic-tinged crime procedural "Bones." The easily-flustered but often brilliant right-hand man of Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel), Addy was the series' most endearing comic relief through its first three seasons, until the ending plot twist of a season-long hunt for a cannibalistic serial killer removed Millegan from the series' regular cast. Following his departure from "Bones," Millegan returned to live theater and cabaret work.

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