Played Adam in Neil LaBute's London stage production of "The Shape of Things"
Reteamed with Ashley Judd in "The Locusts"
Starred in "House Hunting" with Zooey Deschanel and Felicity Huffman, written and directed by Amy Lippman
Made TV miniseries debut in "The Fire Next Time" (CBS)
Co-starred with Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, and Jack Nicholson in James L. Brooks' "How Do You Know"
Played title role in comedy "Our Idiot Brother"
Played Logan Lerman's English teacher in feature adaptation of "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," written and directed by the novel's author Stephen Chbosky
Co-starred with Tina Fey in "Admission," directed by Paul Weitz
Appeared in "This Is the End"
Starred in the indie film "Prince Avalanche"
Reprised role of Brian Fantana in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"
Starred in Marvel's "Ant-Man," as a reformed burglar turned superhero
Voiced Darren in adult animated comedy "Sausage Party"
Co-starred with Evangeline Lily in "Ant-Man and the Wasp"
Co-starred with Steve Coogan as a gay couple in comedy "Ideal Home"
Played recurring guest role of Mike Hannigan, the boyfriend and later husband of Lisa Kudrow's Phoebe Buffay on "Friends" (NBC)
Starred as Katherine Heigl's brother-in-law in Judd Apatow directed "Knocked Up"
Portrayed journalist Brian Fantana in period comedy "Anchorman" opposite Will Ferrell
Co-wrote, with David Wain, comedy feature "Role Models"; also co-starred with Seann William Scott
Appeared in first leading role in a mainstream feature as a gay schoolteacher who befriends an unwed pregnant woman (Jennifer Aniston) in "The Object of My Affection," directed by Nicholas Hytner
Landed breakthrough screen role in "Clueless" as Josh, the stepbrother and would-be love interest of Alicia Silverstone's Beverly Hills socialite Cher Horowitz
Co-starred with Jennifer Aniston as a married couple who try to escape modern society in David Wain's "Wanderlust"; also produced
Reprised "Knocked Up" role as the star of "This Is 40," co-starring Leslie Mann and directed by Apatow
Reprised "Wet Hot American Summer" role in the prequel series "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp"
Co-starred in cult comedy "Wet Hot American Summer."
Reprised Ant-Man role in "Captain America: Civil War"
Returned to camp in "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later"
Led the cast of biopic "The Catcher Was a Spy"
Co-starred on short-lived Fox sitcom "Wild Oats"
Made Broadway stage debut in Alfred Uhry's "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
Portrayed Nick Carraway in A&E adaptation of "The Great Gatsby"
Reprised role of Adam in film adaptation of Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things"
Starred opposite Andie MacDowell in film short "Reaching Normal," written and directed by Anne Heche; screened at Sundance before airing on Showtime
Voiced Reese Witherspoon's fiancé in computer-animated 3D feature "Monsters vs. Aliens"
Appeared as a recently jilted guy depressed over his love life in ensemble comedy "200 Cigarettes"
Co-starred as WWII pilot Wally Worthington in "The Cider House Rules"
Cast in feature film debut "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers"; filmed before "Clueless," but released after
Cast as Steve Carell's buddy in Judd Apatow's "The 40 Year-Old Virgin"
Co-starred opposite Steve Carell in quirky comedy "Dinner for Schmucks"
Joined Bradley Cooper and Julia Roberts in Broadway production of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain"
Played a supporting role in Apatow produced comedy "Forgetting Sarah Marshall"
Portrayed glibly preppy Dave Paris in Baz Lurhmann's "William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet"
Returned to Broadway stage as Orsino to Helen Hunt's Viola in "Twelfth Night"; production aired on PBS' "Live From Lincoln Center" under the direction of Kirk Browning
Made TV acting debut as Kirby Philby, the husband of Reed Halsey (originated by Ashley Judd and then played by Noelle Parker) on NBC series "Sisters"
Co-starred with Jason Segel in buddy comedy "I Love You, Man"
Made guest appearance on sitcom adaptation of "Clueless" (ABC) as Rachel Blanchard's date
Made London stage debut playing Jamie Tyrone in "Long Day's Journey Into Night"