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After the departures of original cast members William Petersen, Gary Dourdan, Marg Helgenberger, and Paul Guilfoyle over the past six seasons, Eads and Eric Szmanda were left as the only cast members who’d been with the show since its debut in 2000.Co-showrunner Carol Mendelsohn, who’s also been on board since the beginning of the series, announced earlier this year that she’s also leaving at the end of the season.The actor, who has played Nick Stokes since the series premiered in 2000, will appear in the first three episodes of CSI's upcoming 14th season.Producer CBS Television Studios declined to reveal a date for his return but said he would be back later this season."George Eads will not appear in several episodes during the first half of the season.We look forward to him returning to CSI very soon," a rep for CBS TV Studios said in a statement to THR.The actor signed on to return as a regular along with the rest of the cast when CBS renewed the series in March.This American actor hailed from Texas and was born in 1967. Needless to say, George Eads's shot to fame was courtesy of his much-followed TV series.
I stayed there for a while but I had to come out eventually.") and Ellen (where George said that he and Ellen had A LOT in common) and how those clips keep being removed from the net. The best part:" It seems that half of Hollywood thinks he's gay and using Casey as a "beard" or decoy. During our interview, in which personal questions are banned, Eads goes nowhere near the rumours, Casey or his love life." Casey's a "beard"? Neither Eads nor CBS has issued official comment on the report, but TV Guide says the character’s departure will be related to the ongoing investigation into the Gig Harbor Killer, leaving fans of Nick Stokes to worry that the poor scientist-detective will end up mutilated so badly, even the crack criminalists of Las Vegas won’t be able to identify him.The guy already survived Quentin Tarantino trying to bury him alive: are they really going to let him suffer the indignity of being finished off by a killer named for a body of water in Washington that isn’t the Green River?