Had leading role in the TBS movie "On Hostile Ground"
Played the sweet-natured boyfriend of Nia Vardalos in the sleeper indie hit "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"
Re-teamed with Nia Vardalos for her writing and directing debut, "I Hate Valentine's Day"
Starred as Pastor Dan Parker, the love interest to Kate Hudson, in "Raising Helen"
Starred opposite Sean Astin and Amy Smart in "Bigger Than the Sky"
Announced he would retire from acting to pursue a career as a country music singer
Cast in the FOX sci-fi drama "The Visitor"
Co-starred with Keanu Reeves and Forest Whitaker in "Street Kings"
Had a featured role in "Serendipity" opposite Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack
Co-starred in the USA Network movie "Prancer Returns"
Returned to acting to star in the suspense thriller, "The Messengers"
Co-starred with Selena Gomez and Joey King in "Ramona and Beezus," based on Beverly Cleary's popular children's book series
Had a recurring role on "Parenthood"
Had a recurring role on "Still the King"
Starred as a pastor in religious drama "All Saints"
Made his film debut in "Flight of the Intruder"
Released his debut country music album, <i>Good To Go</i>
Reprised his role of Aidan Shaw, Carrie Bradshaw's ex-boyfriend, in "Sex and the City 2"
Made his TV debut as a boyfriend of Karen Arnold on an episode of the ABC comedy "The Wonder Years"
Debuted as a series regular on CBS' "Northern Exposure" as disk jockey Chris Stevens; earned an Emmy nomination in 1992
Joined the cast of HBO's "Sex and the City" as Carrie Bradshaw's lovable boyfriend, Aidan
Played compulsive gambler, Michael "Lucky" Linkletter on the short-lived FX series "Lucky"
Starred as Max Gregson on the sitcom "United States of Tara"
Played 'Flash' Bacon on on "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll"
Released his second album, <i>Leaving Nothin' Behind</i>
Co-starred with Jennifer Taylor in "God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness"