Cast as Special Agent G. Callen in the spin-off series, "NCIS: Los Angeles" (CBS)
Executive producing debut, "The Bachelor"; also starred
Offered a fine turn in an adaptation of John Grisham's "The Chamber"
Took hiatus from film acting, reportedly turning down a role in "Men in Black" (1997)
Formed production company, George Street Pictures; entered into producing agreement with Warner Bros.
Guest-starred as Meredith's love interest, veterinarian Finn Dandridge on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy"
Played the lead in the limited TNT series, "The Company"
Returned to acting in Robert Altman's "Cookie's Fortune"
TV debut as executive producer, "The Miracle on the 17th Green" (CBS)
Began modeling and appearing in local TV commercials
Cast as Robin opposite Val Kilmer's Batman in Joel Schumacher's "Batman Forever"
Film debut, playing Jessica Lange's teenage son in "Men Don't Leave"
Had a recurring role on the ABC drama, "The Practice"
Joined an all-star cast in "School Ties"
Played a prep schooler who takes a job spending time with a blind military man (Al Pacino) in "Scent of a Woman"
Played Abigail Breslin's father in the family film, "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl"
Starred in the action adventure "Vertical Limit"
Appeared in Arthur Miller's "The Man Who Had All the Luck" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival; reprised role on Broadway in 2002
Grew up in Winnetka, Illinois near Chicago's north shore
Played the romantic lead opposite Minnie Driver in "Circle of Friends"
Portayed researcher Wardell Pomeroy in "Kinsey" opposite Liam Neeson as Alfred Kinsey
Portrayed a young Ernest Hemingway in the fact based story "In Love and War"
Professional acting debut in an episode of the ABC series, "Jack and Mike"
Reprised Robin, opposite George Clooney's Batman in Schumacher's critically panned "Batman & Robin"
Second collaboration with Jessica Lange, "Blue Sky" (released theatrically in 1994)
Starred in "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," the sequel to the 2001 family film "Cats & Dogs"