Played a holy man on fantasy horror series "Ghost Wars"
Co-starred with Bruce Willis and Elisabeth Shue in Eli Roth's crime drama "Death Wish"
Cast in Mike Mills' independent feature "Thumbsucker" as a father whose son attempts to break free from his addiction to his thumb
Landed minor role as Dawson, the owner of Dawson's Garage in the comedy "Adventures in Babysitting"
Joined the American Stanislavski Theater; appeared in "Of Mice and Men" and "Sexual Perversity in Chicago"
Starred opposite Rebecca De Mornay in "The Winner" as a habitual loser who wins big in Las Vegas
Appeared alongside Lili Taylor in "Household Saints"
Played 1960s radical Abbie Hoffman in the biopic "Steal This Movie"
Portrayed a man who travels back in time to rescue a woman he has fallen in love with in "Happy Accidents"
Provided a genuinely touching moment as Al Franken's brother in the dismal "Stuart Saves His Family"
Re-teamed with director Dan Ireland as producer and star of "The Velocity of Gary"
Headlined the cast of the small screen remake of "That Championship Season"
Co-starred as a serial killer opposite Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Lopez in crime thriller "The Cell"
Cast as a local handyman in "Dying Young," starring Julia Roberts
Cast in Antoine Fuqua's "Brooklyn's Finest"
Played one of the titular bank-robbing brothers in "The Newton Boys"
Starred in the touching gay-themed short "Nunzio's Second Cousin" as a tough-talking cop; film later shown as part of the omnibus "Boys Life 2" in 1997
Supported Lisa Kudrow in "Bark"; film shown at Sundance
Made screen writing and directorial debut with short film "Five Minutes, Mr. Welles"; also reprised Orson Welles
Landed a supporting role in "Escape Plan"
Appeared alongside Robert Duvall in "The Judge"
Landed a supporting role in the sports drama "Pelé: Birth of a Legend"
Co-starred with Michael Peña and Dax Shepard in crime comedy remake "CHIPS"
Began playing Vincent 'Chin' Gigante on "The Godfather of Harlem"
Appeared with Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in "The Break-Up"
Played small but integral role in Robert Altman's "The Player"
Landed breakthrough role as Gomer Pyle, a pathetic Marine recruit who kills a sadistic drill sergeant before committing suicide in Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket"
Romanced Lili Taylor in "Mystic Pizza"; also first film with Julia Roberts
Starred in the crime thriller "The Salton Sea" as a drug dealer named Pooh Bear
Appeared on a memorable episode of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" as a man pinned under a subway car
Cast as Orson Welles in Tim Burton's affectionate biopic of "Ed Wood"
Had small role in Oliver Stone's "JFK"
Played the evil insect in purloined human skin in summer blockbuster "Men in Black"
Screen acting debut in "The First Turn-On!"
Starred on NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" as Detective Robert Goren
Made Broadway debut in "Open Admissions," playing an Italian kid with a speech impediment
Played a priest in "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys"; film originally announced for the 2001 Sundance Film Festival but pulled at last minute; premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival
Producing debut (also co-starred) "The Whole Wide World"; first collaboration with director Dan Ireland
Appeared in found-footage thriller "Sinister" opposite Ethan Hawke
Played the Trump-esque villain Wilson Fisk on Netflix's "Daredevil" series
Played The Wizard on the fantasy series "Emerald City"
Was one of the stars in the action western remake "The Magnificent Seven"
Voiced Duke Luca Abele in the video game "Dishonored 2"
Played Burke in "Rings"