Made feature debut in Richard Donner's "Inside Moves"
Played title role in the quirky romance "George B."
Portrayed a Catholic priest in the one-person play "An Almost Holy Picture"
Portrayed a man dealing with the loss of his wife in "Nearing Grace"
Portrayed George Washington in the HBO miniseries "John Adams"; earned an Emmy nomination for Supporting Actor in a Miniseries
Featured in the action-comedy "Drive Angry"
Landed a recurring role on the second season of "True Detective"
Appeared as Jodie Foster's father in "Contact"
Played a recurring role of a detective on the medical drama, "House" (FOX); earned an Emmy nomination for Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Co-starred in the thriller "Disturbia," a high-tech teen update of "Rear Window"
Played Colonel Reed in the Oscar-winning war drama "The Hurt Locker"
Was a series regular on the New Orleans-set HBO drama "Treme"
Played the late Pittsburgh Steelers star, Mike Webster, in the NFL drama "Concussion"
Appeared opposite Dakota Fanning in Deborah Kampmeier's controversial drama "Hounddog"
Co-starred with Dakota Fanning and Kurt Russell in the family drama "Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story"
First collaboration with director Sean Penn on "The Indian Runner"
Played a prison guard in Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Stephen King novel "The Green Mile"
Received critical praise for his performance in the play "How I Learned to Drive"
TV-movie debut, "Our Family Business" (ABC)
Began acting on stage with the Boston Repertory Theatre
Re-teamed with Penn who directed him in "The Crossing Guard"; earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination
Acted in Lars von Trier's award-winning "Dancer in the Dark"
Cast as an ex-police officer turned cab driver in the CBS series "Hack"
Played Meg Ryan's kidnapped spouse in "Proof of Life"
Portrayed the main character of Bobby Garfield as a grown man in "Hearts in Atlantis"
Series debut as Dr. Jack "Boomer" Morrison in the NBC medical drama "St. Elsewhere"; made directorial debut with two episodes in 1987
Acted with New York's Circle Repertory Theatre