Had roles in "Swing Shift" (1984) and "The Purple Rose of Cairo" (1985); both cut before release of film
Acted in the quirky, progressive music-infused comedy "Salvation!"; met future wife, X singer Exene Cervenka
Featured in the unimpressive horror sequel "Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III" and the slightly better faring Western sequel "Young Guns II"
Made a cameo with former wife Exene Cervenka as a homeless couple in the quirky comedy "Floundering"
Starred in the darkly comic thriller "The Crew"
Played an FBI agent sent to infiltrate the Japanese crime organization Yakuza in the independent actioner "American Yakuza"
Played Lucifer in Gregory Widen's eerie supernatural feature "The Prophecy"
Appeared in the Sylvester Stallone action vehicle "Daylight"
Appeared as one of the suitors of Isabel Archer in "Portrait of the Lady"
Delivered strong performance opposite Demi Moore in Ridley Scott's "G.I. Jane"
Starred in the Fox TV-movie remake of the 1970 action-thriller "Vanishing Point"
Played a charming traveling salesman who seduces a frustrated housewife on vacation in the Catskills in Tony Goldwyn's directorial debut "A Walk on the Moon"
Starred opposite Sandra Bullock as a star baseball pitcher in recovery in the rehab-set comedy-drama "28 Days"
Starred as Frank T. Hopkins, one of the greatest long-distance endurance horse riders, in "Hidalgo"
Cast as frontiersman Jim Bowie in the historical drama "The Alamo"
Starred as Captain Diego Alatriste in "Alatriste," a Spanish film based on the series of novels written by Arturo Perez-Reverte
Re-teamed with "A History of Violence" director David Cronenberg for the Russian mob-themed "Eastern Promises"; earned Golden Globe, SAG and Oscar nominations for Best Actor
Co-starred with Ed Harris in the Western "Appaloosa"; also directed and co-scripted by Harris
Portrayed a German literary professor in the 1930s, who is enlisted in the Nazi party in "Good"
Cast as Sigmund Freud opposite Keira Knightley and Michael Fassbender in David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method"