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