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Born: September 8, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Winchester, Virginia, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Born in a Subud commune in Bentonville, Virginia
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Raised in Los Angeles
1990:
TV debut as series regular on the FOX series, "The Outsiders"
1990:
Cast as Tod on short-lived NBC sitcom, "Parenthood"
1992:
Film debut, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
1992:
TV miniseries debut, "Cruel Doubt" (NBC)
1992:
Played the recurring role of Diesel on the FOX series, "Beverly Hills, 90210"
1994:
Appeared in the comedy film, "Airheads"
1996:
Breakthrough role as Deputy Dwight 'Dewey' Riley in the horror film "Scream"
1996:
Played Willie's (Timothy Hutton) brother in Ted Demme's "Beautiful Girls"
1997:
Producing debut, "Dream with the Fishes"; also starred
1997:
Reprised role of Dewey in the hit sequel "Scream 2"
1998:
Played a young salesman under the tutelage of Stanley Tucci in "The Alarmist"
1999:
Cast as the transvestite Dr. Frank N Furter in a LA stage revival of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
1999:
Played Drew Barrymore's younger brother in the comedy "Never Been Kissed"
2000:
Again reprised role of Deputy Dewey in "Scream 3"
2001:
Starred as an offbeat mailman in the family comedy "See Spot Run"
2001:
Featured as a concentration camp inmate in "The Grey Zone"; directed by Tim Blake Nelson
2002:
Played a leading role in the feature comedy "Eight-Legged Freaks"
2002:
Portrayed one of the kidnappers of Frank Sinatra Jr. in the Showtime movie, "Stealing Sinatra"
2003:
Co-produced (with Courteney Cox) "Mix It Up," a decorating show on cable network WE
2004:
Co-executive produced (Tim Blake Nelson) "A Foreign Affair"; also co-starred
2004:
Formed the production company Coquette with wife Courteney Cox Arquette
2004:
Starred in "Riding the Bullet" based on the novel by Stephen King
2005:
Featured in "The Adventures of Shark Boy & Lava Girl in 3-D"; directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by his son Racer Rodriguez
2005:
Co-executive produced (with Courteney Cox) the short-lived TBS series "Daisy Does America"
2007:
Co-executive produced (with Courteney Cox) the FX series, "Dirt"; also starred Cox as the editor-in-chief of the tabloid magazine
2007:
Made feature directorial debut with the satirical horror film, "The Tripper"; co-produced with wife through their Coquette Production company
2007:
Cast in the short-lived ABC comedy "In Case of Emergency"
2008:
Joined the cast of the short-lived ABC series "Pushing Daisies"
2010:
Appeared in Rascal Flatts' music video for their song "Why Wait"
2011:
Reprised role of Deputy Dewey in Wes Craven's "Scream 4"
2011:
Joined the 13th season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars"

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