Featured on the short-lived sitcom "The Louie Show"
Played the irresponsible uncle who steals Santa's sleigh in the Disney Channel Movie "'Twas the Night"
Cast as Lucifer in the ABC Family miniseries, "Fallen"
Cast as Walter White, a struggling high school chemistry teacher who turns to a life of crime, in AMC hit series "Breaking Bad"
Co-starred as a scientist in the sci-fi thriller "DeadSpace"
Co-starred in the office-set romantic comedy "Corporate Affairs"
Formed Quintus Productions with fellow actor Michael Goorjian and managers Leonard Grant and Eric Overholtzer
Had supporting role of a policeman in the gripping fact-based miniseries "I Know My First Name is Steven" (NBC)
Played a business colleague of Greg Kinnear's in the indie film "Little Miss Sunshine"
Acted in the independent comedy "Kissing Miranda"
Had regular role as the uncle of the titular teen in the short-lived CBS sitcom "Raising Miranda"
Starred in the Lizzie Borden-directed segment of the three part anthology feature "Erotique"
Co-starred opposite Helen Mirren in "Love Ranch," based on the true story of a married couple who opened the first legal brothel in Nevada
Appeared in "Larry Crowne" with Tom Hanks, who also co-wrote and directed
Joined an ensemble cast for Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion"
Co-starred with Taylor Kitsch in sci-fi Western "John Carter"
Voiced character of Vitaly in "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted"
Played the mayor of Los Angeles in feature adaptation of the stage musical "Rock of Ages"
Was nominated for an Oscar for playing the title character in "Trumbo"
Voiced the role of Li in "Kung Fu Panda 3"
Reprised Walter White role on an episode of "Saturday Night Light"
Made TV movie debut in "The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman" (NBC)
Originated role of Douglas Donovan on the ABC daytime drama "Loving"
Cast as astronaut Buzz Aldrin in the HBO series "From the Earth to the Moon"; executive produced by Tom Hanks
Had a recurring role on CBS' "The King of Queens" as Doug Heffernan's annoying neighbor, Tim Sacksky
Made TV acting debut in an episode of "CHiPs" (NBC)
Played the recurring role of Dr. Tim Whatley, Jerry's dentist on "Seinfeld"
Had breakthrough role as the oddball father of four in the FOX sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle"; also directed several episodes
Guest starred as Ted's obnoxious boss on CBS' "How I Met Your Mother"
Featured in Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" as a one-armed military officer
Made feature acting debut in "Turnaround"
Played astronaut Gus Grissom in the Tom Hanks directed "That Thing You Do!"
Wrote and directed "Last Chance"; also co-starred with wife Robin Dearden
Co-starred in political thriller "Argo," directed by Ben Affleck
Had small featured role in the action blockbuster "Godzilla"
Played the villain Vince in Amazon series "Sneaky Pete"
Starred alongside Beverly D'Angelo in drama "Wakefield"
Appeared as Zordon, mentor to the Power Rangers, in "Power Rangers" film reboot