In 2002, Eddie Cahill starred in The WB’s ‘Glory Days’ – a supernatural thriller series that was canceled after just 13 episodes. But the actor would soon land steady TV work as part of the main cast of CBS’s “CSI: NY” beginning in the 2004 premiere season. The show was a spin-off of CSI: Miami, which was itself a spin-off. from the original “CSI” on the network. Cahill’s character, Detective Don Flack, was his first major role after Miracle and went on to become one of his best known portrayals.
Speaking to American Profile about his favorite moment from filming The Trial, which spanned nine seasons, Cahill shared that one of his favorite episodes was Season 1’s The Fall, then added, “It was my first chance to do it “It told the story of how Flack had a mentor who did something that got him into trouble. It gave me a chance to do something different. It was.” one of the first doors I had into his life, so this episode stands out.”
After CSI: NY, Cahill turned his attention to a popular adaptation of a Stephen King novel.