Appeared on three episodes of the Fox drama "24"
Feature acting debut in the independent "No Big Deal" (HBO)
Featured in director Wolfgang Petersen's remake of "The Poseidon Adventure"
Nominated for the 2009 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series
Re-teamed with director Oliver Stone to play drummer John Densmore in the biopic "The Doors"
Cast as Johnny 'Drama' Chase, an out of work actor and brother of Hollywood superstar Vince Chase (Adrian Grenier), on HBO's acclaimed series "Entourage"; earned Emmy (2007, 2008, 2009) and Golden Globe (2008) nominations for Supporting Actor
Had the title role in the Showtime miniseries "The Pathfinder"
Played a convict, opposite Ray Liotta in the futuristic "No Escape"
Played the lead role opposite Alicia Silverstone in "True Crime"
Portrayed Brian Flagg (Steve McQueen's role) in the remake of the 1958 film "The Blob"
Cast in a recurring role of a police officer on "NYPD Blue" (ABC)
Co-starred in "Hotel for Dogs," a film adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name
Featured in the WWII ensemble "A Midnight Clear"; directed by Keith Gordon
Raised in Mamaroneck, NY
Received critical acclaim for the role of the psychotic soldier Bunny in Oliver Stone's "Platoon"
TV-movie debut in "When He's Not a Stranger" (CBS)
Cast as a teenaged father-to-be, opposite Mary Stuart Masterson in the drama "Immediate Family"
Cast as the cop brother of a thirtysomething woman who decides to return to college in "That's Life" (CBS)
Cast as the wisecracking Rooney in the comedy "Heaven Help Us"
Played a thoughtful Gulf War vet in the gruesome "Stag" (HBO)
Portrayed a stalker convinced that a pregnant woman is carrying his child "Misbegotten" (aired on HBO)
Co-starred with David Hornsby on the CBS sitcom "How To Be A Gentleman"