Acted opposite Jeffery Wright in Suzan-Lori Parks' off-Broadway drama, "Topdog/Underdog"; was unable to recreate role on Broadway in 2002 due to scheduling conflicts
Cast as Sammy Davis Jr in the HBO movie "The Rat Pack"; received Emmy nomination
Cast in Antoine Fuqua's "Brooklyn's Finest"
Co-starred in "Hotel for Dogs," a film adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name
Had a two episode guest role on "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper" (ABC)
Re-teamed with the original cast for "Ocean's 13"
Acted with the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, MN and with the New York Shakespeare Festival in NYC's Central Park
Starred in the HBO adaptation of "A Lesson Before Dying"; received Emmy nomination
Portrayed the manager-lover of a troubled rock singer in "Things Behind the Sun"; screened at Sundance
Played Snoopy, a psychopathic killer in Steven Soderbergh's "Out of Sight," co- starring George Clooney
Starred in (and co-wrote the theme for) the unsold NBC comedy pilot "In the House"
Was cast opposite Naomi Watts, Sean Penn and Jack Thompson in "The Assassination of Richard Nixon"
Had a recurring role on the NBC drama "ER" as Paul Nathan, a med student who suffers from Parkinson's disease; received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series (2003)
Portrayed Ralph 'Petey' Greene, a real-life ex-con-turned-radio and TV host in "Talk to Me"; earned an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Best Actor
Cast as a highly successful and cutthroat management consultant on Showtime series "House of Lies"
Co-starred with Denzel Washington in "Flight"
Reprised James Rhodes in "Iron Man 2"
Had an expanded role as James Rhodes/War Machine, in "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
Played the pivotal role of Rocket, a murderous gang member, in the drama "Colors"
Had the featured role of L.D., a moralist gang leader, in "Bulworth"
Produced and starred in Paul Haggis' directorial debut "Crash," a multicharacter study of L.A. race relations; earned a SAG nomination for Best Supporting Actor
Made TV debut in a guest spot on "Hill Street Blues"
Wrote and directed the digitally distributed film "The Jesse Borr Story"
Again collaborated with Clooney and Soderbergh for the "Ocean's Eleven" remake
Played district attorney Jonathan Littleton on the CBS drama series "Picket Fences"
Received a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album for <i>Fear Itself</i>
Had his breakthrough role as Mouse, the psychopathic sidekick to Denzel Washington's Easy Rawlings, in "Devil in a Blue Dress"
Made his feature film debut in "Moving Violations"
Had his first acting role in a fifth grade production of "Charlotte's Web"; was cast as the rat Templeton
Portrayed Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsis refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Terry George's "Hotel Rwanda"; received a Golden Globe, SAG and an Oscar nomination for Best Actor
Reunited with the original cast for "Ocean's Twelve," again directed by Steven Soderbergh
Made TV series debut as a regular as the overly competent hotel manager on "The Golden Palace," a CBS spin-off of "The Golden Girls"
Appeared as porn star Buck Swope in "Boogie Nights"
Co-starred in John Singleton's underrated "Rosewood" as a piano teacher who stands up to racists
Replaced Terrence Howard as Jim Rhodes, best friend to Downey's Tony Stark, in "Iron Man 2"
Reteamed with Soderbergh to play a DEA agent in "Traffic"
Had the starring role of Marty Kaan on "House of Lies"
Returned yet again as War Machine in "Captain America: Civil War"
Returned to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as War Machine in "Avengers: Infinity War"