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Born: October 26, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1978:
First role, playing the Cowardly Lion in "The Wizard of Oz," at Isalnd Lake Camp
1981:
Professional debut at age nine in a road tour production of "Evita"
1982:
At age 10, appeared in a Broadway musical entitled, "The Little Prince and the Aviator"
1982:
Toured with Yul Brynner in "The King and I"
1986:
At age 14, played second lead in the Broadway production of George Furth's stage memoir, "Precious Sons" with Ed Harris and Judith Ivey
1987:
Made feature film debut in "Adventures in Babysitting"
1989:
Starred in the Disney-produced TV-movie, "Sky High"; aired as part of NBC's "The Magical World of Disney"
1989:
Moved to New York City
1990:
"Came out" as bisexual at age 18 after meeting a partner
1990:
Originated the role of Ben on the New York stage in John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation"
1991:
Co-founded Mr. and Mrs. Smith Productions, a theater company
1992:
Played a substantial feature supporting role in the film, "School Ties"
1992:
Appeared Off-Broadway in "Sophistry" and "The Destiny of Me"
1993:
Recreated his stage role of Ben in the film version of "Six Degrees of Separation"
1993:
Directed the New York production of "Ursula's Permanent"; co-wrote with his brother Adam
1994:
Starred as Mark Cohen in Jonathan Larson's musical "Rent" in a limited Workshop production at the New York Theatre Workshop
1994:
Acted in his brother Adam's play, "Prosthetics and the $25,000 Pyramid," at the Workhouse Theatre
1994:
First TV-movie as an adult, a supporting role in Showtime's "Assault at West Point"
1996:
Reprised role of Mark Cohen in the Off-Broadway production of "Rent"; moved with the show to Broadway
1997:
Starred as a filmmaker in the independent film, "David Searching"
1998:
Reprised his role of Mark in the London production of "Rent"
1999:
Had featured role as a photographer in "Man of the Century"
2000:
Played supporting role in the ABC miniseries, "The Beach Boys: An American Family"
2000:
Co-starred in the feature comedy, "Road Trip"
2000:
Made cabaret performing debut at Fez in NYC (October)
2001:
Starred in West Coast premiere of brother Adam's play, "Nocture," at Berkeley Repertory Theatre
2001:
Appeared as one of the friends and colleagues of math genius John Forbes Nash in the biopic, "A Beautiful Mind"
2005:
Reprised the role of Mark Cohen for the big-screen adaptation of Jonathan Larson's Tony-winning musical, "Rent"
2006:
Had a supporting role in NBC's short-lived series, "Kidnapped"
2008:
Performed the Autobiographical, "Without You," at the Pittsburgh City Theatre
2010:
Performed "Without You" at the New York Musical Theatre Festival

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