Feature acting debut, "The Stone Boy", directed by his father Christopher Cain
Made All-American while playing football for Princeton
Signed to the Bufflao Bills after graduation
Injured knee during training for the Bills
Switched to acting after injury sidelined football career
TV acting debut, "In Vino Veritas", part of the "Christine Cromwell" series in "The ABC Saturday Mystery"
Had a recurring role as Rick, a love interest for Shannen Doherty's Brenda, on "Beverly Hills, 90210"
TV series debut as a lead, "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"
Formed Angry Dragon Entertainment
Returned to features in "Best Men"; released direct-to-video in 1999
Had featured role in the movie "Dogboys" (aired on The Movie Channel)
Signed deal with Columbia TriStar TV to write, direct, produce and/or star in made-for-television movies; initial project reportedly "The Burning Man", in which he would play a lawyer
Co-starred as a gay actor in "The Broken Hearts Club - A Romantic Comedy"; premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
Served as host of "Ripley's Believe It or Not" (TBS)
Co-starred in the thriller "Out of Time"
Had a recurring role as Detective Jack Ellis on the Lifetime's series "The Division"
Starred as murder defendant Scott Peterson in the USA movie "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story"
Cast as third baseman Conrad Dean in the drama "Clubhouse" (CBS)
Will star opposite Denise Richards in Lifetime's original movie "I Do (But I Don't)" (lensed 2004)
Had a recurring role as Kelly Ripa's love interest on ABC's "Hope & Faith"