Eric SzmandaEric Szmanda's television credits include "Snow Wonder," "The Net," "The Division," "Oh Baby!," "Freakylinks," "Three Sisters" and "Zoe." His feature film credits include "The Rules of Attraction," "True Vinyl" and "Little Athens."
Szmanda starred on stage in the one-man show "Hyenas" at the Stages Theatre Center in Hollywood. His additional stage credits include "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and regional productions of "Black Box," "La Indian Queen" and "The Bullfight."
Currently, he has a production company, SFT, which produces a variety of internet content ranging from comedy to music. He is the co-founder and executive director for both www.secretfuntime.com (an online comedy portal) and www.erockster.com (an online/hd radio station and social networking site launched with Clear Channel in April 2008). Previously, he worked in marketing at BMG for five years and served as a music consultant on the film "Life as a House."
Additionally, Szmanda is an advocate for the US Campaign for Burma, which promotes human rights for the country.
Szmanda was born in Milwaukee and lives in Los Angeles. His birth date is July 24.
Greg SandersEver since he picked up his first amateur chemistry kit when he was seven, Greg Sanders has wanted to be a scientist. Even though he was told that science was supposed to be a hobby for the pasty-faced and romantically-challenged, that did not dissuade him from joining the Science Club in high school or from majoring in Chemistry in college. He had always balanced lab work with athletics, studying with flirting and computer work with dating. Addicted to the pursuit of knowledge, Greg has been on a quest to learn all he can about the scientific breakthroughs of the past centuries. And discovering and naming a brand-new theory or element after him wouldn’t hurt either.
After years of lobbying for a shot at working in the field with the CSI team, under the watchful eye of Grissom and his co-workers, he was able to complete his transition from working in the lab to being a fully fledged CSI. The sometimes-overzealous Sanders realize he has much more to learn in his professional transition to the world outside the lab.