Cast for a two-episode guest stint on the NBC series, "ER" playing a veteran of the 1991 Gulf War who works as a paramedic and is also attending medical school
Co-starred as Jack Klugman's restless teenage son in the NBC sitcom, "You Again?"
Had co-starring role as a film editor of porno movies in the independent black comedy "Dropping Out"
Played with The Beach Boys in the music video for their hit "Kokomo"
Signed a one year holding/development deal with Warner Bros. Television in July
Starred as a slick New York publicist in the ABC comedy "Jake in Progress"
Toured with rock band John Stamos and the Bad Boyz
TV-movie debut, "Alice in Wonderland" (CBS)
Began playing drums at age four
Executive produced the Emmy-nominated ABC biopic "The Beach Boys: An American Family"
Film debut, "Never Too Young to Die"
Had a cameo in the Howard Stern comedy feature "Private Parts"
Played a single lawyer whose terminally ill mother fixes him up with a nurse in the CBS TV-movie "A Match Made in Heaven"
Returned to series TV as star of the ABC fall drama "Thieves"; show canceled after eight episodes
Signed agreement to direct a TV-movie for Fox Family Channel
Starred in own short-lived CBS TV series, "Dreams," about an aspiring rock musician
Began playing drums on tour with The Beach Boys
Featured as Uncle Jesse Katsopolis on the ABC sitcom, "Full House"; occasionally contributed music to the show
Landed first professional role as Blackie Parrish on the ABC daytime drama, "General Hospital"; received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 1984
Made Broadway debut in revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying", replacing Matthew Broderick in the role of J Pierpont Finch
Received positive reviews for his performance in "Cabaret" on Broadway
Starred as a serial killer who takes an unwitting bride in the CBS TV-movie "Fatal Vows: The Alexandra O'Hara Story"
Starred as kidnapper Robert Knott in the ABC movie "Captive"
Headlined the dramatic pilot "Fortunate Son" for NBC
Played a successful businessman accused of murdering his wife in the USA Network TV-movie thriller "The Disappearance of Christina"
Returned to the big screen as star of the independent period drama "Born to Ride"
Signed on as a series regular to join the cast of NBC's hit medical drama, "ER"
Co-starred opposite Eric Dane in the A&E Original Movie "Wedding Wars"
Cast in the made-for-TV adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry's play "A Raisin in the Sun"
Co-starred opposite Anson Mount in the Lifetime Network movie "The Two Mr. Kissels"