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Hey everyone and welcome to Colin Egglesfield Source, your newest source for the talented actor. You may know Colin from his new film Something Borrowed or his now defunct television show Melrose Place. We aim to bring you all the latest news, photos and information related to Colin. Please feel free to contact us if you have any comments, questions or suggestions.

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Something Borrowed
Colin as ... Dex Thaler
Released May 6 2011
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L!fe Happens
Colin as ... Ivan #1
Released 2011
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Carnal Innocence
Colin as ... Tucker Longstreet
Released May 14 2011
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Shout Out! Clothing was founded by Colin Egglesfield and is based on the concept of customizable, interactive apparel and accessories that facilitate and promote creativity and self expression.

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Still Around…

Just wanted to let everyone know I’m still around.  Updates will come asap.

By Jess • December 23, 2013 • Site News • Comments: 0

Rizzoli & Isles Still

Added a still from 2.05 – “Don’t Hate The Player”.

By Jess • June 07, 2012 • Gallery • Comments: 0

The Client List to Premiere April 8th on Lifetime

Lifetime has revealed the premiere date for The Client List, its upcoming 10 episode drama based on the 2010 TV movieof the same name.

Beginning Sunday, April 8th at 10:00, we’ll get another look at Riley Parks (Jennifer Love Hewit), newly single mother who takes a job at a local day spa. Upon realizing that the spa is more scandalous than she initially thought, she has to figure out just how far she’ll go to support her children, as well as how to keep her life as mother and life as employee separate. The Client List also features Cybill Shepherd (Moonlighting) as Riley’s mother Lynette, Naturi Naughton (The Playboy Club) as Riley’s co-worker Kendra, Colin Egglesfield (Melrose Place) as Riley’s brother-in-law Evan, and Loretta Devine (Boston Public) as owner of the massage parlor Georgia.

The Client List will be Lifetime’s first new scripted series since The Protector and Against the Wall, both of which were cancelled after one season. Additionally, it’s Hewitt’s first starring TV role since Ghost Whisperer went off the air in 2010. She received a surprise Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film for her performance in The Client List movie, a category eventually won by Claire Danes for her role in HBO’s Temple Grandin.

Two promo videos for the show have already been released, including a performance of Shirley Bassey’s “Hey Big Spender” that highlights Hewitt’s solid singing voice. There’s a third piece of promotional material yet to be released, but it should see the light of day before the series premiere.

Are you planning on giving The Client List a try? If you watched the original TV movie, did you think it could be made into a series? Does the promo already released give you more motivation to check out The Client List?

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By Jess • March 19, 2012 • Projects, The Client List • Comments: 0

The Client List Preview

By Jess • February 14, 2012 • The Client List • Comments: 0

Colin Egglesfield To Co-Star On Lifetime Drama Series ‘The Client List’

Colin Egglesfield (The CW’s Melrose Place) has landed a series regular role on Lifetime’s upcoming drama series The Client List. Based on the network’s 2010 original movie, the Sony TV-produced series stars Jennifer Love Hewitt as a Texas housewife who, after being deserted by her husband, takes a job at a seemingly traditional day spa in a neighboring town but realizes that the parlor offers way more than massages and ends up partnering with the parlor’s feisty and disorganized owner to run the business. All My Children alum Egglesfield will play a new character, Hewitt’s brother-in-law.

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By Jess • December 22, 2011 • Projects, The Client List • Comments: 0

LoveTwenty: Interview with Colin Egglesfield

We recently had the opportunity to talk with Colin Egglesfield, America’s latest heartthrob and star of Something Borrowed, on his company, Shout Out! Clothing, and his goal of using it to impact education, his acting career, and what he dreams of doing someday. You don’t want to miss this.


If you’re a soap fan, you may know him as Joshua Madden on All My Children, and if you’re die-hard chick flick fans like us, you are probably in love with the popular new movie, Something Borrowed, where he was in the the center of a love triangle (how couldn’t he be?!) the whole way through.

What did you major in while you were at the University of Iowa?

I majored in biology pre-med. My freshman year, I went to Illinois Wesleyan University, which is a tiny little school, and I went to play football. It just wasn’t what I wanted college to be, and my sister went to Iowa and I would visit her there. It was a fun place with fraternities and big enough where there were football games and lots to do, but still Iowa, so it wasn’t too big where you felt lost.

And you’re out in California now?

Yep, in Los Angeles, but I wouldn’t change growing up in the Midwest for the world. It gives you such a good perspective on so many things.

Tell me a little bit about Shout Out! Clothing.
Well I started Shout Out! about five years ago when I was working on All My Children. I did a movie and I first came across the idea when I was in Thailand and I thought it was a really cool idea. I had always wanted to start my own business and I’ve always been kind of entrepreneurial, so I started looking into buying shirts in America.

I knew about this soft, Velcro material, so I got some of it and I brought it to my drycleaner and had them sew it onto a t-shirt. I showed it to a t-shirt store and they said ‘this is a great idea,’ so I started putting some samples together. I got booked on All My Children and moved to New York City where I started doing some trade shows and people really started responding to it. The great thing about it is that kids love it so much because they get to create and practice their spelling.

Now I’m at the point where I’m looking to get a major retailer to commit to an order.

So where did the idea of Spazz come from? I saw Shout Out! Clothing’s mascot and it’s just hilarious.
Well that has to do with the name Shout Out! – just shouting out whatever you want to say or what’s on your mind – so I wanted a little guy who kind of exemplified shouting something out. When you say things right off the top of your head without really editing yourself, some people, I guess, call you a “spaz.”

I also saw that you’re a big supporter of education. Do you still use Shout Out! to promote and support the cause?

Yeah, well that’s the thing – as soon as this thing takes off, my intention is to have a portion of proceeds go to schools and education, and to be doing events where we go to schools and give free t-shirts out and do some sort of pep rally kind of stuff.

We did one for the Junior Achievement organization last year, where we had 100 kids from one of the local high schools come in and we had a couple of guest speakers talk about the importance of staying in school. We gave out free t-shirts and had little contests and stuff, so it was really cool.

It just feels like teachers need a little more support in what they do nowadays because they don’t get paid enough for what they do. (The essentials) are not there to really give the kids what they need in order to really feel like it’s important to learn what they need to learn.

So, that’s my intention.

How do you manage running this business and your acting career with being so busy?

Yeah, it gets kind of crazy because I don’t really have a normal schedule, so it’s not like I can really plan for anything – I kind of have to plan for the unexpected. That’s why I like what I do because I don’t really like having a set schedule, but at times it can be a little frustrating because it’s hard to plan anything and you never know when your next job is going to be coming around the corner.

I have a few things I try to keep routine like going to the gym and going to acting class, but when auditions come up, you have to rearrange your schedule a little bit and just be ready for anything to happen. It takes a lot of patience and a lot of trusting that things are going to happen.

Ever since Something Borrowed has come out, it’s been good because people have started to see that movie and I’ve been getting a lot more meetings. I just have to be around the right kind of directors and producers that I need to be in order to get more work.

I can’t imagine how hard it must be to be an actor and have to keep jumping into things. How difficult is that to have to switch up your characters?

It takes a couple weeks to really rehearse and research and work online. I’m actually going to Thailand to play a Wall Street trader, so I’ll talk to people who are Wall Street traders and ask them what their daily life is like. I’ll start writing a little biography of my character and start rehearsing my lines, and then it just kind of goes from there.

I’m so jealous that you get to go to Thailand – that’s amazing! What’s it like being able to do all of this traveling with your career? Is it just mind-blowing?

It’s awesome. I mean it’s really cool to get to go to all of these amazing places. I’ve been to South Africa to do a movie, Thailand once before, Australia, all over Europe… The great thing is that it gives you such great perspective on what cultures are like and what the view on life is in other countries.
What do you see happening in the future? Do you want to keep pursuing getting your company started or are you aiming more towards acting, or just a little bit of everything?

Yeah, a little bit of everything. And the more I get into movies, the more I’m able to do the t-shirts. Hopefully I continue to keep getting more roles and then it allows me to invest more in the t-shirts and hopefully get these things into some stores.

My dream would be to be a successful movie star where I’m doing movies that I’m really inspired by and that inspire other people. Actors like Matt Damon, Tom Cruise, Daniel Day-Lewis… to be able to have a career like theirs and do movies that I feel have a purpose and a message. That’s what I want to really want to do and then be able to use the platform that it provides to go to schools, get my t-shirts, and hopefully inspire people to do what they want to do.

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By Michelle • October 08, 2011 • Interviews • Comments: 0

Colin and Elizabeth Banks Star in “Little Heart Attack”

“It started out as a normal day,” the video starring Elizabeth Banks (of NBC’s 30 Rock) begins in a Go Red For Women video entitled “Little Heart Attack.”

The short film is the latest campaign from the American Heart Association to bring awareness to heart disease, particularly in women. “’Just a Little Heart Attack’” shares a glimpse into the seemingly normal routine of a busy mom caring for her family: preparing breakfast for her young children and loving husband (Colin Egglesfield, Something Borrowed); finishing the laundry; helping with homework; and getting an early start on her own busy work day. The morning is quickly turned on its side when mom (Banks) finds herself stumbling through her kitchen as she ignores the warning signs of a heart attack. Banks uses her comedic talent to charm the audience while, ultimately, delivering an invaluable message about the possible consequences for women who ignore their risk of heart disease,” the American Heart Association describes in a written release regarding the film. “As women, we take care of everyone in our lives: our husbands, our kids, our mothers, our fathers, but we never look at ourselves,” said Banks. “So this little film is about a super mom who takes care of everyone except herself and learns the lesson that she better look at herself, as well.”

By Michelle • September 19, 2011 • Uncategorized • Comments: 0

Tennis Hall of Fame 2011 US Open Party

Colin attended the Tennis Hall of Fame 2011 US Open Party on September 6 and I’ve added some photos to the gallery. He looked incredibly handsome as usual!

By Michelle • September 09, 2011 • Appearances & Events • Comments: 0

Rizzoli & Isles 2.09 “Gone Daddy Gone”

Colin guest starred in this week’s episode of Rizzoli & Isles and I’ve added screencaptures to the gallery. I’m really liking the chemistry between he and Isles and can’t wait to see what else happens!

By Michelle • September 07, 2011 • Gallery, Rizzoli & Isles • Comments: 0

Colin Egglesfield Previews Return to “Rizzoli and Isles”

Rizzoli & Isles is about to make like The Thomas Crown Affair.

That’s how Colin Egglesfield described his return to the TNT hit this Monday night, as Tommy is released from prison, crashes at Jane’s house and gets close to Maura.

“They play chess together and there are some intense battles,” Egglesfield told me. “They develop chemistry. There’s a lot of sexual tension there, although Maura is a little hesitant to pursue anything.”

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Aside from some serious flirting, will Tommy get back into a life of crime? The actor would only hint at what’s to come Monday and on a winter episode for which he’s also booked.

“There might be some criminal activity,” he said. “But is he falling off the deep end? Is he running with the bad crowd again? Or is he just at the wrong place at the wrong time?”

There may be questions surrounding Tommy’s future, but there’s no questioning how much fun Egglesfield says he’s had on set.

“Angie is always amped up, she’s like the Energizer Bunny,” he said of one-co star. “I don’t know if she drinks 20 cups of coffee everyday or if that’s just her personality.”

Sasha Alexander, meanwhile “is a little more low-key, but she has a wicked sense of humor. She’s always cracking jokes before a take, it’s hard to keep a straight face.”

Check out the official preview for this Monday’s Rizzoli & Isles and then return to TV Fanatic soon after it airs for a detailed review.

By Michelle • September 02, 2011 • Interviews, Rizzoli & Isles • Comments: 0