Spent three years working in theatre in Boston, MA
After moving to NYC, appeared onstage with New York Shakespeare Festival, Lincoln Center Theatre, and Manhattan Theatre Club
Made TV debut on an episode of "The Equalizer" (CBS)
Acted onstage in Manhattan Punch Line productions
First feature film "Crusoe" screened at Cannes
First film released in the U.S., Jonathan Demme's "Married to the Mob"
Acted opposite Tony Shalhoub and Stanley Tucci in "Moon Over Miami" at Yale Repertory Theatre
Starred as Père Ubu in Lincoln Center production of "Ubu"
First film with director Joel Schumacher, "Flatliners"
First film with Stanley Tucci, "Beethoven"
Played Porthos, one of the titular characters in "The Three Musketeers" alongside Charlie Sheen and Kiefer Sutherland
Played the attorney who draws up agreement between Demi Moore and Robert Redford in "Indecent Proposal"
Starred oppopsite Jerry Lewis in "Funny Bones"
Portrayed a journalist who exposes a group of neo-Nazis in HBO movie "The Infiltrator"
Produced first film "Big Night," co-directed by Stanley Tucci and Campbell Scott
Played Matthew McConaughey's friend in "A Time to Kill"
Garnered praise for his turn as Warren Beatty's manic campaign manager in "Bulworth"
Co-starred with Stanley Tucci as deadbeat Depression-era actors in Tucci's "The Impostors"
Offered a fine turn as Ashley Judd's suitor in "Simon Birch"
Delivered scene-stealing performance as a caustic gay architect working alongside Matthew Perry in "Three to Tango"
Cast as a tabloid newspaper reporter on short-lived series "Deadline" (NBC)
Landed recurring role as White House counsel on several episodes of "The West Wing" (NBC)
Played the patriarch of a highly dysfunctional family in "Pieces of April"
Cast as Hank Azaria's best friend on Showtime drama, "Huff"
Cast opposite Liam Neeson in Bill Condon's "Kinsey"
Competed with Heath Ledger to marry Sienna Miller's Francesca in Lasse Hallström's "Casanova"
Cast opposite John Cusack in Harold Ramis' "Ice Harvest"
Played the haunted husband in Broadway production of "Shining City"
Co-starred with Kyra Sedgwick in Kevin Bacon directed "Loverboy"
Played recurring guest role on FX drama, "Nip/Tuck" as a TV producer
Portrayed George Steinbrenner, owner of the NY Yankees in "The Bronx is Burning" (ESPN)
Portrayed Bob Zelnick in Peter Morgan's feature adaption of "Frost/Nixon"
Acted opposite Lauren Graham in Broadway revival of "Guys And Dolls"
Appeared as a High Priest in Harold Ramis' biblical comedy "Year One"
Played the President's Chief of Staff in Roland Emmerich's disaster film "2012"
Played a magazine editor in romantic drama "Letters to Juliet"
Co-starred as Laura Linney's husband on Showtime series "The Big C"
Portrayed a CIA agent and head of Division X in prequel to the "X-Men" film series titled "X-Men: First Class"
Cast opposite Elle Fanning and Alice Englert in 1960s drama "Ginger & Rosa"