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Born: August 28, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Vancouver, British Columbia, CA Profession: Cast ...
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Signed by his mother's former agent and began appearing in commercials and Canadian TV-movies
1977:
Made TV debut at age eight in the Canadian TV-movie, "Stacey"
1986:
First film role, "The Boy Who Could Fly"
1987:
Moved to Los Angeles
1989:
Appeared in the low-budget feature film, "Nowhere to Run"
1989:
Played Todd, one of the foster kids under the care of Sister Kate (Stephanie Beacham), in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Sister Kate"
1990:
Cast as the lead character Brandon Walsh in FOX's popular drama series, "Beverly Hills, 90210"
1993:
Directed several episodes of "Beverly Hills, 90210"
1993:
First feature as a lead, "Calendar Girl"
1995:
Began producing "Beverly Hills, 90210"; promoted to executive producer during the 1997-1998 season
1998:
Had leading role as a popular teen idol in the independent feature "Love and Death on Long Island"
1999:
Helmed "Barenaked in America," a 'rockumentary' about the Canadian band Barenaked Ladies
1999:
Signed by Fox network to star and direct a small screen remake of the film noir "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"
2000:
Made London stage debut in Warren Leight's award-winning play "Side Man"
2001:
Signed to star in the FX cable series pilot "Dope"
2001:
Had featured role in the thriller "The Fourth Angel"
2003:
Cast in the dark comedy "Die Mommie Die"
2004:
Co-starred in the ABC family movie "I Want to Marry Ryan Banks"
2004:
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
2006:
Cast in Showtime's "Masters of Horror" anthology series
2007:
Returned to series television as Ian Denison in the Lifetime series, "Side Order of Life"
2008:
Directed episodes of "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" for the ABC Family Channel

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