David Eigenberg is an American actor best known for his role as Steve Brady on the television comedy Sex and the City, from 1999-2004.
Before making an impression with Sex and the City audiences, Eigenberg received attention for his chilling performance as shooter Alex Robbey on Homicide: Life on the Street.
He next played on the opposite side of the interrogation table in a recurring role as District Attorney Harvey Welk in The Practice.
Eigenberg has also appeared as a series regular in The Beat, with Mark Ruffalo, Lea DeLaria and Celeste Holm - Oz creators Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson were executive producers.
He also performed in the role of Nick Delvecchio in the Jerry Bruckheimer produced series Soldier of Fortune, Inc. - Special Ops Forces also featuring Dennis Rodman.
He also had a recurring role on the dramatic series Ed.
Television shows he has made guest appearances on include The Cosby Show, Cosby, Third Watch, The King Of Queens, The 4400, Without A Trace, Everwood, Judging Amy, Ghost Whisperer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Monk.
A member of the Ensemble Studio Theater in New York City, Eigenberg has performed in numerous Off-Broadway plays. On Broadway he received his break in 1990 playing a hustler in John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation.
His film credits include A Perfect Murder, Daybreak and Rude Awakening, and the science fiction thriller The Mothman Prophecies, with Richard Gere and Laura Linney.