The third season premiere picks up right where the show left when Neal discovered billions of dollars of stolen art and jewellery left in a warehouse for him by an anonymous friend.
Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey
Tim DeKay as Special Agent Peter Burke
Tiffani Thiessen as Elizabeth Burke
Willie Garson as Mozzie
Hilarie Burton as Sara Ellis
Marsha Thomason as Special Agent Diana Berrigan
Sharif Atkins as Special Agent Clinton Jones
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1 Aug: Wanted
25 Jul: Judgement Day
18 Jul: Stealing Home
11 Jul: Neighbourhood Watch
When he doesn't find anything, Elizabeth enlists Neal and Mozzie's help to start her own investigation.
4 Jul: Upper West Side Story
27 Jun: Checkmate
20 Jun: Countdown
13 Jun: On the Fence
... who returned to New York to smuggle Egyptian artifacts.
6 Jun: As You Were
who disappeared, Neal and Peter help Jones investigate the case.
30 May: Taking Account
... so Neal goes on a spending spree in the criminal's name to force him to expose himself.
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After a short time in baseball, he decided to pursue a career in theater.
He appeared in two episodes of Seinfeld as Elaine's boyfriend Kevin. He would work with Julia Louis-Dreyfus again in The New Adventures of Old Christine, where he plays the temperamental boyfriend of Louis-Dreyfus's character "Old" Christine Campbell for three episodes.
In addition to his roles in film and television, his resume includes numerous theatrical credits, with performances in plays both on and off-Broadway.
In 2009, DeKay began on M-Ne Series’ comedy-drama White Collar as FBI agent Peter Burke. He made his directorial debut in the episode "Stealing Home", which premiered in 2012.
In 2001, Bomer graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama in 2000, he moved to New York, and worked on stage until he was cast in a small role on All My Children. From 2001 to 2003, he portrayed the role of Ben Reade on another daytime television soap opera, Guiding Light.
He starred as Luc, Tru's (Eliza Dushku) ill-fated love interest, in Tru Calling (2003–2004), a supernatural, science-fiction television series.
Bomer appeared on North Shore (2004–2005), a prime-time television soap opera, as well as in Flightplan (2005), a thriller film with Jodie Foster.
He has had the recurring role of Bryce Larkin on action-comedy series Chuck (2007–2009).
On October 23, 2009, Bomer began starring in White Collar, which chronicles the fictional partnership between a con artist named Neal Caffrey (Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay).
BuddyTV ranked him #1 on its list of "TV's Sexiest Men of 2011".[
In October 2011, Bomer appeared in the science fiction thriller film In Time, in which he plays a 105-year-old man Henry Hamilton, who gives his "time" to Justin Timberlake before committing suicide, setting the main plot into motion.
Bomer is in a relationship with publicist Simon Halls. They have three sons via surrogacy, including a set of twins. Bomer publicly came out as gay in February 2012, when he thanked Halls and their children during his acceptance speech for a Steve Chase Humanitarian Award.
Bomer is also a writer. Most recently, he teamed up with country music star Brad Paisley and executive producer Mark Schwahn to create Nashville, a drama that revolves around a young female singer destined for stardom — and a male songwriter whose career isn’t as certain.
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