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