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Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1980:
Made acting debut in a fourth grade school production of "Don Quixote" (date approximate)
1984:
Acted in the syndicated "Young People's Specials" titled "That Funny Fat Kid" and "Narc"
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Interned at the film unit of NBC's "Saturday Night Live"
1990:
Landed cameo in the drama remake "Stella"
1991:
Appeared in the feature "Billy Bathgate"; established a friendship with screenwriter Tom Stoppard
1991:
Guest starred on an episode of "Law & Order" (NBC)
1992:
Appeared in the feature "Scent of a Woman"
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Moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a film and television acting career
1993:
Cast as a regular on ABC sitcom "Phenom"
1995:
Landed voice acting stints on Fox animated series "The Critic" (Fox) and "AAAHH!!! Real Monsters" (Nickelodeon)
1995:
Featured in the fact-based space travel drama "Apollo 13"
1995:
Produced, directed, and starred as Ophelia in the acclaimed festival-screened short "The Fifteen Minute Hamlet," based on Tom Stoppard's play
1995:
Appeared in the USA Network TV-movie thriller "Letter to My Killer"
1996:
Cast in action thriller "The Rock"
1996:
Delivered memorable supporting role as Chad, the jazz-loving nanny in Cameron Crowe's "Jerry Maguire"
1997:
Guest starred on an episode of NBC sitcom "Fired Up"
1997:
Featured as the medical student roommate of David Spade in the panned comedy "8 Heads in a Duffel Bag"
1998:
Played an uptight medical assistant in a recurring role on "Chicago Hope" (CBS)
1999:
Appeared in the drama "A Cool, Dry Place"
2000:
Co-starred as an awkward and reserved record store clerk in the Stephen Frears comedy "High Fidelity"
2002:
Screened his feature directorial debut, "Love Liza" at Sundance
2006:
Co-starred with Aaron Eckhart in Jason Reitman's satirical comedy "Thank You for Smoking"
2006:
Played Eli, a shy guy looking for female companionship in Todd Phillips' "School For Scoundrels"
2010:
Appeared opposite Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman in the romantic comedy "The Switch"
2012:
Helmed romantic comedy "Hello I Must Be Going," starring Melanie Lynskey and Blythe Danner

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