Played British rock singer Ian Ware on the syndicated series, "Fame"
Film acting debut in "Tokyo Pop"
Originated the lead role in "The Who's Tommy," a stage musical produced at the La Jolla Playhouse; reprised part on Broadway in 1993; earned a Featured Actor in a Musical Tony nomination
Made memorable guest appearance on HBO's "Dream On" as an expectant father
Headlined the European tour of "The Who's Tommy"
Returned to Broadway as the ship's designer Thomas Andrews in the award-winning musical, "Titanic"
Replaced a vacationing John Cameron Mitchell in the Off-Broadway hit, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Acted in the feature, "Lulu on the Bridge"
Succeeded Mitchell in the title role of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Cast as a gay postal worker involved with a gangster (played by James Gandolfini) in "The Mexican"
Reprised stage role in London production of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Played a cross-dressing neighbor of an American woman working in London in the short-lived FOX series, "The American Embassy"
Starred as John Wilkes Booth in "Assassins," a broadway musical about Americans who dream of killing their country's presidents
Cast in the Broadway production of "Sweeney Todd" as the bloody barber; earned a Tony nomination
Earned a Tony nomination for his performance as composer Kurt Weill in the Broadway musical, "LoveMusik"
Had a recurring role on the FOX drama, "Fringe" as The Observer
Cast as Desmond Tiny in the feature adaptation of "Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant"