He's a utility player batting right handed and he has trouble laying off low, outside pitches.
In his last season with the team he bats .228 with 36 RBI's.
While attending Princeton University, he met Larry Fleinhardt, his teacher and mentor, who would eventually become a close friend.
After graduating from university, Charlie went back home and took a job at the California Institute of Science.
He attended high school at the same time as his older brother, moving on to Princeton University at age thirteen, graduating when he was sixteen.
His paper on the Eppes Convergence cemented his place in the mathematical world.
Numb3rs is an American police procedural television series on the CBS network.
It revolves around the two brothers Don Eppes, an FBI agent played by Rob Morrow, and Charlie Eppes, a mathematician played by David Krumholtz.
Don's brother, Charlie Eppes, is a math genius and former child prodigy; he is a professor of mathematics at Cal Sci University (a fictional Cal Tech), and contracts with the FBI to help his brother's team.
"Spree" first aired in the United States on September 22, 2006. A recently married couple, Buck Winters (David Gallagher) and Crystal Hoyle (Kim Dickens), shoot the people inside a convenience store outside of Los Angeles, California and drive off in a stolen a convertible.
Some time later, FBI Special Agent Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) informs FBI Special Agents Don Eppes (Rob Morrow), Megan Reeves (Diane Farr), David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard), and Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) that Crystal and Buck have been on a 17-day robbery spree from Texas to Los Angeles. Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz), Don's brother and a FBI math consultant, for assistance.
He lived in his parent's home, but had very little contact with his brother, who was in New Mexico working in Fugitive Recovery at the time.
About one year before The Pilot, Charlie's mother, Margaret, fell ill with cancer, and Don left New Mexico to stay with the family.