Cavanagh is married to Maureen Grise, a photo editor for Sports Illustrated. They were married on July 31 2004, in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Nantucket, Massachusetts. The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Alice Ann, on February 10 2006. Tom Cavanagh ran the 2006 New York City Marathon finishing in 3:29:31.
In 2002, Cavanagh guest starred on the sitcom Scrubs. He was hired to play Dan Dorian, the brother of lead character J.D. (Zach Braff), because of his resemblance to Braff. He returned for one episode in 2003, again for a two-episode arc in 2004, April 2006 and most recently on November 8 2007.
In 2005, Cavanagh filmed a pilot entitled Love Monkey with Jason Priestley, Judy Greer, and Larenz Tate. The show was picked up by CBS as a midseason replacement and debuted on January 17 2006. Love Monkey was given an eight-episode order, but only three aired on CBS before the show was placed on indefinite hiatus due to low ratings. VH1 bought all eight episodes and played them in their entirety in the spring of 2006. However, CBS is intending to make all 8 episodes available for free on-demand on-line viewing on its new Innertube website (one episode is already available). He is also in a television miniseries The Capture Of The Green River Killer. On Life Time Movie network. In March 2006, Cavanagh filmed a pilot for a comedy, again for CBS, entitled My Ex-Life about a divorced couple who remain friends. The pilot also featured Lost actress Cynthia Watros as his ex-wife. However, CBS did not pick the show for its fall 2006 schedule.
In the fall of 2006, Cavanagh began filming Breakfast with Scot, in which he plays a gay retired hockey player who becomes an adoptive father to a young boy. The film, scheduled for release in 2007, has already become notable as the first gay-themed film ever to win approval from a major league sports franchise to use its real name and logo; Cavanagh's character formerly played for the Toronto Maple Leafs. In 2007 he starred in the second installment of the direct-to-DVD "Raw Feed" horror film series from Warner Home Video, Sublime.
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