Cast in Showtime's "Masters of Horror" anthology series
Directed episodes of "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" for the ABC Family Channel
First feature as a lead, "Calendar Girl"
First film role, "The Boy Who Could Fly"
Signed by his mother's former agent and began appearing in commercials and Canadian TV-movies
Cast as the lead character Brandon Walsh in FOX's popular drama series, "Beverly Hills, 90210"
Played Todd, one of the foster kids under the care of Sister Kate (Stephanie Beacham), in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Sister Kate"
Signed by Fox network to star and direct a small screen remake of the film noir "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"
Signed to star in the FX cable series pilot "Dope"
Began producing "Beverly Hills, 90210"; promoted to executive producer during the 1997-1998 season
Directed several episodes of "Beverly Hills, 90210"
Had featured role in the thriller "The Fourth Angel"
Had leading role as a popular teen idol in the independent feature "Love and Death on Long Island"
Made TV debut at age eight in the Canadian TV-movie, "Stacey"
Appeared in the low-budget feature film, "Nowhere to Run"
Cast for a seven-episode stint on the FOX's supernatural drama "Tru Calling," played Jack Harper, a former EMT who joins the morgue staff
Cast in the dark comedy "Die Mommie Die"
Co-starred in the ABC family movie "I Want to Marry Ryan Banks"
Helmed "Barenaked in America," a 'rockumentary' about the Canadian band Barenaked Ladies
Made London stage debut in Warren Leight's award-winning play "Side Man"
Moved to Los Angeles
Returned to series television as Ian Denison in the Lifetime series, "Side Order of Life"