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Born: August 18, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in NYC
1976:
Made TV debut on ABC soap opera "One Life to Live"
1980:
Stage debut, opposite Dick Van Dyke in touring revival of "The Music Man"; also played NYC's City Center
1982:
Acted on "Robbers, Rooftops and Witches" episode of "CBS Library"
1985:
Played regular role of DJ LaSalle on ABC soap "Ryan's Hope"
1985:
Feature acting debut, "The Legend of Billie Jean"
1986:
Played significant supporting role in "The Name of the Rose"
1986:
First starring role in a feature, "Twisted"
1987:
Moved to Los Angeles, CA
1988:
First released film as lead, "Gleaming the Cube"
1989:
Landed breakthrough role as teenaged killer J.D. in black comedy "Heathers"
1990:
Portrayed Will Scarlett in "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves"
1992:
Stage directorial debut, "The Laughter Epidemic"; proceeds went to Pediatric AIDS Foundation
1993:
Co-starred with Patricia Arquette in crime thriller "True Romance," scripted by Quentin Tarantino
1993:
Cast alongside Marisa Tomei and Rosie Perez in romantic drama "Untamed Heart"
1994:
Replaced the late River Phoenix as interviewer Daniel Malloy in "Interview with the Vampire"
1996:
Co-starred opposite John Travolta in John Woo directed "Broken Arrow"
1996:
Directed 30-minute short film for Showtime titled "Museum of Love"; starred Samantha Mathis and Sandra Bernhard
1997:
Debut as producer (also starred), "Hard Rain"
1998:
Was co-executive producer on "Very Bad Things"; also played one of the leads
1998:
Returned to Broadway after 15-year absence to play narrator Clifford in drama "Side Man"
2000:
Played a young senator in Rod Lurie directed "The Contender"
2001:
Appeared in "3000 Miles to Graceland" with Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner
2001:
Starred with Tim Allen in caper comedy "Who is Cletis Tout?"
2002:
Appeared in John Woo directed war film "Windtalkers" opposite Nicolas Cage
2003:
Cast in Bob Dylan film "Masked and Anonymous"
2004:
Starred as Randle Patrick McMurphy in West End production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
2004:
Played an FBI agent in Renny Harlin directed thriller "Mindhunters"
2005:
Starred in West End revival of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth" as gigolo Chance Wayne; also starred in Broadway revival of Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" as Tom the narrator
2005:
Co-produced and co-starred in political thriller "The Deal"
2006:
Co-starred in Emilio Estevez's directorial debut "Bobby," an ensemble centered around the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination
2007:
Returned to London's West End to star in stage adaptation of 1994 movie "Swimming With Sharks"
2008:
Played dual roles on short-lived NBC mystery drama "My Own Worst Enemy"
2009:
Cast as former detective Alex Donovan on ABC crime drama "The Forgotten"
2011:
Directed episode of short-lived Fox series "Breaking In"; also co-starred
2012:
Starred in horror film "Playback"
2013:
Co-starred with Sylvester Stallone in action thriller "Bullet to the Head"

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