Conner WallacePlayed by Eddie Cahill
New York County's District Attorney and the brainchild of the CIU. An equal and former legal adversary to Hayes, Wallace intends on using her team to benefit his own political aspirations. But politics truly makes strange bedfellows and his professional and romantic history with Hayes, along with his strong ties to her powerful family, helped motivate Wallace to cover up Hayes' drug bust. Regardless of their past, Wallace does believe she is truly the best candidate to run the CIU. Even if this means that he'll have to clean up yet another one of her public controversies. While sparks fly between them, other fires may threaten to spotlight some of Wallace's secrets, threatening his career, along with the Morrison family dynasty.
Eddie Cahill broke into television in the role of Rachel's helplessly unqualified but irresistibly attractive assistant Tag on "Friends." Following this breakout performance, Cahill appeared on several television series, including "Sex and the City" and "Felicity" before landing his most career-defining role to date as homicide detective Don Flack in the long-running series "CSI: NY." In film, Cahill made his debut in Disney's "Miracle" (2004), playing hockey-icon Jim Craig, opposite Kurt Russell. He continued his film career in 2005 by appearing in "Lords of Dogtown," starring Heath Ledger and Emile Hirsch, before starring in François Velle's 2008 film "The Narrows." Currently, he resides in Los Angeles with his wife and son.