Colin Egglesfield

Colin Egglesfield continues to make an impact in Hollywood with a thriving television and film career. In addition to "The Client List," Egglesfield also had a recurring role in seasons two and three of the TNT drama Rizzoli & Isles as “Tommy Rizzoli,” Angie Harmon’s troubled younger brother.

Egglesfield recently completed the horror film, "Home," starring opposite Naya Rivera, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Ashley Rickards. In 2012, he filmed the independent features "A Stranger in Paradise" opposite Stuart Townsend and "Open Road" costarring Andy Garcia, Camilla Belle and Juliette Lewis. Egglesfield also starred in the Lifetime Original Movie, "Carnal Innocence," opposite Gabrielle Anwar. In 2011, he starred in the film version of The New York Times best-selling novel, "Something Borrowed" along with Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin and John Krasinski. Egglesfield was also seen as a guest star on the hit ABC series "Brothers & Sisters." In 2009, he starred in The CW’s re-boot of "Melrose Place."

Egglesfield appeared as a series regular on "All My Children" for five seasons. His other television roles include notable guest appearances on such TV shows as "Hawaii Five-0," "Law & Order: SVU," "Leap of Faith," "Gilmore Girls," "Nip/Tuck" and "Charmed." Other film credits include the comedy "Life Happens "with Kate Bosworth, Rachel Bilson and Geoff Stults, "S.W.A.T.," "Must Love Dogs," "Beautiful Dreamer" and "The Good Guy."

His promising career began when he was discovered by famed photographer Bruce Weber while on a vacation in New York. This immediately led to modeling work for Ralph Lauren, Versace and Calvin Klein. Shortly thereafter, Egglesfield was walking the runways of Milan, New York and Paris and doing photo shoots around the world.

Egglesfield was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan. At the age of 10, his family moved to Crete, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, where his father continued his medical practice and his mother opened up a café. Following high school, Egglesfield attended Illinois Wesleyan University, then transferred to the University of Iowa a year later to pursue a degree in biology/pre-med, in hopes of following in his father's footsteps.

An avid runner who completed the Chicago, New York, and San Diego marathons, Egglesfield has also raised money for such not-for-profits as Team for Kids, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Lance Armstrong Foundation. In addition, he has tutored high school students at The Door Youth Center in lower Manhattan and plans to continue his quest to create better educational opportunities for disadvantaged children wherever possible.

He has also created a customizable t-shirt company called Shout Out!, which allows people to create changeable messages on their shirts. Egglesfield uses Shout Out! as a vehicle to support and promote educational initiatives such as Project Grad and Stay in School campaigns.

Egglesfield currently lives in Los Angeles.