Appeared as Arnold Schwarzenegger's sardonic sidekick in the apocalyptical thriller "End of Days"
Appeared in the Kiefer Sutherland directed "Truth or Consequences, N.M."; first association with actor Vincent Gallo
Appeared in breakthrough screen role as Aidan Quinn's business partner in Barry Levinson's "Avalon"
Made feature acting debut in "Million Dollar Mystery"
Portrayed Gerry Lefcourt in the Abbie Hoffman biopic "Steal This Movie!"
Starred opposite Jamie Lee Curtis in the comedy "House Arrest"
With Lucy Webb, formed Calm Down Productions
Won second place at the San Francisco International Comedy Competition
Appeared in Martin Scorsese's "Casino" as the innocent front man who gets the loan from the Teamsters
Began doing stand-up comedy routines at age ten; began touring at age 20
Cast as Morton on Rob Reiner's short lived sitcom "Morton and Hayes" (CBS)
Featured in the Ben Affleck and Matt Damon produced "Stolen Summer"
Made cameo appearance in Gallo's directorial debut "Buffalo 66"
Played a U.S. Marshal in "3000 Miles to Graceland"
Played Joe Shea in HBO's award-winning 12-part docudrama "From the Earth to the Moon"
Played Walter Matthau's son in the feature comedy "Grumpy Old Men"
Portrayed Steve Martin's agent in "L.A. Story"
Reprised role as a Hungarian gangster in "The Whole Ten Yards"
Briefly formed a comedy team with Dana Carvey
Co-wrote (with Lucy Webb) and directed the "Anger" segment of Showtime's "The Seven Deadly Sins"
Joined CBS' legal drama "Shark" as recurring character Lloyd Cutler
Moved to San Jose, CA at age two
Portrayed a Hungarian gangster in the comedy "The Whole Nine Yards"
Starred on short-lived CBS sitcom "Coming of Age"
Cast as an explosives expert in the ensemble thriller "The Usual Suspects"
Acted in the Tom Hanks directed "That Thing You Do!"
Cast on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Work With Me"; also co-executive produced with wife Lucy Webb
Filmed first solo comedy special, a segment of HBO's "One Night Stand"
Moved to Los Angeles
Played a three-inch tall Brownie in Ron Howard's "Willow"
Re-teamed with Reiner for "A Few Good Men"
Reprised role of Matthau's son in the sequel "Grumpier Old Men"
Starred in HBO's "Kevin Pollak: Stop With the Kicking"
Made TV debut on the syndicated "National Lampoon's Hot Flashes"
Played the father of Ashley Tisdale's character in "Picture This"
Cast opposite Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan in the buddy comedy "Cop Out"
Cast opposite Luke Wilson in the crime film "Middle Men"
Cast in the comedy feature "The Big Year" opposite Owen Wilson, Jack Black, and Steve Martin
Began interviewing guests on his own extremely popular internet series, "Kevin Pollak's Chat Show."
Began appearing on the series "Mom."