George is 5' 11" (1.80 m).
As of May 2007, George and his girlfriend, Monika Casey, are living together.
In 2006, George was No. 15 on CMT's 'Sexiest Southern Men' Special.
George was runner up for "Sexiest Braniac" in TV Guide's The Sexy Issue (2007).
In November 2006, George revealed that when he first started working on CSI, the scenes of the dead gave him recurring nightmares. He revealed that in one bad dream, there was blood spattering everywhere, no screams - just silence - and huge block letters spelling DOA.
It was during his college years at Texas Tech that he began to think about pursuing an acting career. "I mentioned it to my mother one day while I was in college, and she said she thought it was a pretty good idea," he says. "I was close to finishing school, so she wanted me to complete that so I would have something to fall back on."
The ever-so famous "moustache" George sported on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation only lasted for three episodes.
George was nominated for a TV Teen Choice award, in the category of 'TV Choice Actor' in 2006.
He dreams of taking a producer's role on his own show some day, being able to "have a little bit more of a contribution to what goes on air".
When he arrived in Los Angeles, George could only drive during the day because the truck he borrowed from his step-dad had two broken headlights. After landing his role on Savannah, Eads bought a new truck.
He moved to Santa Monica after fires in California in October of 2003.
When he was a college student he worked nights at a hamburger joint. One night two guys came in and put a gun against his forehead. He used this experience as inspiration when a gun was held to his head in the CSI episode "Who Are You."
When he first went to Hollywood he was passed over for a one line television role.
While he was out of town co-star Eric Szmanda stayed in his house to house sit and look after his dog Maverick.
George got his start doing modeling and commercials in Texas.
George is the proud uncle to Coleman and Marshall.
George Eads and William Petersen are golfing buddies.
One of the jobs George had before his acting career was that of a copy machine salesman.
George graduated from Texas Tech University in 1990, with a degree in Marketing.
George owns a Golden Retriever, which he named Maverick.
George Eads is part owner of Hollywoods' popular Cinespace restaurant.
George has a sister named Angela Eads Tekell who resides in Waco, Texas and is an attorney.
During season 5 of CSI, George had to shave his head. This was due to hair problems resulting from the filming of Evel Knievel.
George owns some high rise apartments on Cloverfield Boulevard in Santa Monica, California.
At one time George held a job in a gym putting away weights and cleaning.
While filming Evel Knievel George broke his thumb, his nurse would later accompany him to events in Hollywood.
George graduated in 1985 from Belton High School in Belton, Texas.
George was a member of Phi Delta Theta's Texas Epsilon Chapter at Texas Tech University.
George Eads: (on his favorite person to work with on CSI) Marg! Marg is awesome. I love her, I love being around her.
George Eads: My TV's always on SportsCenter, Comedy Central or the Discovery Channel.
George Eads: I love what I do and I love the fans.
George Eads: But after that first year it went from man, this is cool, to now, I can't go into the grocery store.
George Eads: I think in this business, the more you let it go the more it kind of seems to come back to you.
George Eads: (On CSI's success) I think people like to solve puzzles. I think when they tune to the show...they feel like they're really learning something. It seems like in this day and age, with computers, the TV's become more than just this "boob tube": people can tune in, learn something and have a good time.
George Eads: (On co-star William Petersen) I add things (to scenes), so does everybody. We get it from Billy. Billy is the king of adding things to scenes. He's a great guy.
George Eads: I think I have a respect for these public servants; for firemen, investigators and police officers. They don't do it for the money. They do it for the people. The victims can't fight for themselves anymore. I pattern a lot of how Nick acts after my dad and some of his values and beliefs.
George Eads: I was going to play the exact same look, the exact same hairstyle for as long as the show went. And then I was late for work and got fired, and that made me mad, so I shaved my head.
George Eads: I think people would be suprised at how much we curse when we screw up. I'm like somebody with Tourette's Syndrome.
George Eads: Many forms, sizes and colors, I think there are heroes in sports, in life...It would be cliché to say my dad, my granddad. I think I'm a fan of people who were brave, my aunt, my grandmother, those are my heroes.
George Eads: It's a gruesome, brutal, horrible thing that CSIs have to do and I hold them in such respect. They're really superheroes, those guys. They fight for people who can't fight for themselves any more. I think it's really noble, so I just try to instill as much fearlessness and selflessness in the character as I can.
George Eads: The message I could send to fans is: give celebrities a break.
George Eads: I caught a lot of flak about my appearance and I sure chuckle because it didn't hurt our ratings at all. I want to send a message that it's not about what you look like. It seems to be part of my introduction, this fascination with my own looks, so I try to move into waters a little bit deeper than that.
George Eads: It would take a lot of guts for a guy to stalk me. I'd pretty much take care of that problem myself.
George Eads: (On when he realized that he "made it") I was deep, deep, deep in the rain forest in Spain, and these two old ladies were looking in the souvenir window and they didn't speak a word of English, and they said 'CSI' and pointed at me.