Began acting in a high school production of Edward Albee's "The Zoo Story"
Cast opposite Michael Keaton in "Game 6," about the historic 1986 World Series; also produced
Founded Triple Play Productions with Amy Robinson and Mark Metcalf
Played comedic supporting role as the head of an Internet company in "40 Days and 40 Nights"
Played an English teacher in comedy drama "My Girl"
Produced "White Palace" with James Spader and Susan Sarandon
Produced Oscar nominated "Running on Empty," directed by Sidney Lumet
Co-starred (also produced) with Rosanna Arquette in Martin Scorsese's "After Hours"
Co-starred in cult favorite "An American Werewolf in London," directed by John Landis
Feature film directorial debut, "Addicted to Love"
Co-founded (with Amy Robinson) Double Play Productions
Film acting debut, "The Other Side of the Mountain"
Helmed "Fierce People," starring Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland
Helmed second feature "Practical Magic," starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman
Raised in Los Angeles, CA
Cast in romantic drama "Snow Angels" alongside Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell
Co-starred with Madonna in romantic comedy "Who's That Girl?"
Earned Oscar nomination for Best Short Film for "The Duke of Groove"
First feature as producer (also acted), "Chilly Scenes of Winter/Head Over Heels"; produced with Amy Robinson and Mark Metcalf
First film released under the Double Play banner, John Sayles's "Baby, It's You"
Directed mockumentary "Lisa Picard Is Famous"; also played a filmmaker shooting a movie about an aspiring actress
Moved to New York after high school to study acting
TV-movie acting debut, "From Here to Maternity"
Cast as an advertising firm boss on TNT series "Trust Me"
Appeared on Showtime's "Hosue of Lies"
Acted opposite Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe in crime drama "Broken City"