Broadway debut, Lanford Wilson's "Burn This"; replaced John Malkovich
Cast in the TV remake of "In Cold Blood"
Film acting debut in "King of the Gypsies"
First stage speaking parts by age eight
Played a corrupt police captain in the A&E movie "Walking Shadow"
Played the villain in Fox TV-movie "Dr. Who"
Professional acting debut in "Rebel Women" at Public Theatre, New York
Raised primarily in Atlanta, Georgia by his father following parents' divorce
Studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC
TV-movie debut, an "American Playhouse" adaptation of Nathanael West's "Miss Lonelyhearts"
Acted with younger sister Julia Roberts in "Blood Red" (released in 1989)
Began acting in Off-Broadway productions
Began appearing on local TV in Atlanta at age seven
Cast in the coming-of-age drama "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints"
Co-starred with Sylvester Stallone in "The Expendables," an 80s-style action adventure about a group of mercenaries who attempt to overthrow a South American dictator; film featured a Who's Who of action stars including Bruce Willis, Jet Li, and Arnold Schwarzenegger
Had memorable role as a gangster in the CBS drama "Falcone"
Joined the cast of NBC's "Heroes" as Thompson, an associate of Mr. Bennet
Played a recurring character on the NBC daytime soap opera, "Another World"
Cast as Sal Maroni, an organized crime boss in the Batman sequel, "The Dark Knight"
Portrayed Playboy playmate, Dorothy Stratten's husband in Bob Fosse's "Star 80"
TV series debut as regular, "C16: FBI"
Received classical training at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London
Stage debut at age four as a mute clown
Starred in "It's My Party"
Suffered a serious accident in a Jeep and took a hiatus from acting