Delivered sensitive performance as the would-be actor driven to suicide by his father in Peter Weir's "Dead Poets Society"
Feature acting debut, "The Manhattan Project"
Played pivotal role of Don Parritt in acclaimed Broadway revival of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh"
Portrayed the young incarnation of A E Housman in Tom Stoppard's play "The Invention of Love"; earned Tony Award
Starred in "Brighton Beach Memoirs" in Ogunquit, Maine at age 17; made Broadway acting debut, reprising role as Eugene in "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
Acted in Martin Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence"
First lead role in a feature, "My Best Friend Is a Vampire"
Had featured role in the Broadway production of Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia"
Had featured role in Whit Stillman's "The Last Days of Disco"
Made stage debut at age 12 as Artful Dodger in "Oliver!" at New Players Summerstock Theatre, New Jersey
Played a young man dying of AIDS who returns home in Christopher Reeve's directorial debut, "In the Gloaming" (HBO)
Portrayed sympathetic prison guard Henry Lesser who encourages 1920s serial killer Carl Panzram to write about his life in "Killer: A Journal of Murder"
Stepped into the title role of the hit revival of the Broadway musical "The Music Man" (August)
Appeared in CBS "Hallmark Hall of Fame" adaptation of Off-Broadway play "The Boys Next Door"
Cast as Dr. James Wilson on Fox's medical drama "House"
Made stage musical debut in Playwrights Horizons workshop production of Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" (date approximate)
Understudied three roles in Alberto Innaurato's "Coming of Age in Soho" at the New York Shakespeare Festival's Public Theatre
Appeared as Douglas Bridge, son of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, in Merchant-Ivory's "Mr & Mrs Bridge"
Appeared as Tom Wingfield in Baltimore production of "The Glass Menagerie"
Appeared in the Broadway production of "The Violet Hour"
Appeared Off-Broadway in "Sally's Gone, She Left Her Name"; credited as Robert Leonard
Cast as a naval investigator in the fact-based drama "A Glimpse of Hell" (FX Channel)
Earned Tony nomination for his performance in the Roundabout Theatre revival of "Candida"
Formed Malaparte. Theater Company (NYC) with, among others, "Dead Poets" pal Ethan Hawke
Had villainous role in "Driven"
Played Claudio (of Florence) in Branagh's "Much Ado About Nothing"
Portrayed Christopher Morcum in Broadway production of "Breaking the Code"
Revisited Nazi era, this time as a young Nazi officer, in Billy Hopkins' "I Love You, I Love You Not"
Starred as jazz-obsessed German youth who must come to terms with rise of fascism in Nazi-era "Swing Kids" (met Kenneth Branagh)