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Born: October 6, 1974 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Grass Valley, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2001:
Cast as Jennifer Lopez's troubled brother in "Angel Eyes"
2007:
Co-starred with Keri Russell in the indie feature "Waitress"; helmed by Adrienne Shelly, who was murdered before the film's release
2007:
Joined the cast of NBC's "Law & Order" as a detective; series was cancelled after being on the air for 20 years
1995:
Played a serial killer in "Hideaway"; first film with Alicia Silverstone
1995:
Portrayed Gwyneth Paltrow's love interest in "Moonlight and Valentino"
1998:
Featured in the ensemble of the festival-screened "Bongwater," playing Andy Dick's comic love partner
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Acted with Chicago's Absolute Theater Company and at the Cherry Street Theater
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By age eight, started auditioning for various Chicago theaters; hired by Goodman Theater to appear in Tennessee Williams' "House Not Meant to Stand" and opposite Brian Dennehy in "Galileo"
1996:
Co-starred in in the ensemble of "White Squall"; directed by Ridley Scott
2003:
Co-starred in the indie thriller "Wrong Turn"
1991:
Made film debut as Kevin Kline's son in Lawrence Kasdan's "Grand Canyon"
1998:
Portrayed Frederick Seward in "The Day Lincoln Was Shot" (TNT)
1999:
Starred as a young Hollywood screenwriter who deals with the untimely death of his wife in "This Space Between Us"
1997:
Acted in the black comedy-thriller "Suicide Kings" as a morphine-addicted medical student
1993:
Moved to Los Angeles and landed the role of Andrew, an epileptic and retarded teenager in "The Care and Custody of Barbara Moon" at Theatre Geo
2006:
Played a heroin addict opposite Heather Graham in the indie film "Broken"
1998:
Played distance runner Frank Shorter to Billy Crudup's Steve Prefontaine in "Without Limits"
1999:
Played the over-the-edge radical Kenny Klein in NBC's miniseries "The '60s"
2006:
Starred alongside Larry Bryggman, Ali MacGraw and Julianna Margulies in the Broadway production of "Festen"
1994:
Starred as a sexually confused, vulnerable and explosive young man in the independent feature "The Crew"
1992:
TV debut, opposite Reese Witherspoon in "Desperate Choices: To Save My Child" (NBC)
1994:
Appeared in Disney's ABC-TV remake of "The Shaggy Dog" as Trey Miller, the hero's cool best friend who invisions himself a teenage Casanova
2006:
Cast as a hostage rescue specialist in the NBC drama "Kidnapped"
2001:
Cast in the award winning HBO series "Six Feet Under" as Billy Chenowith, the troubled brother of Rachel Griffith's character Brenda
2005:
Cast opposite Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet in the romantic comedy "A Lot Like Love"
2002:
Played title role in the TNT miniseries "Julius Caesar"
2000:
Played the title role in the CBS miniseries "Jesus"
1995:
Re-teamed with Alicia Silverstone, playing popular and rich high school student Elton in "Clueless"
2011:
Co-starred as the father of a Manhattan teen (Jane Levy) who moves from the big city to the suburbs on the ABC comedy series "Suburgatory"

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