Made one-shot appearance in a TV commercial at age nine (date approximately)
Earned Equity card performing at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (date approximate)
Had supporting role in Lincoln Center staging of Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure"; Campbell Scott also featured in production
Film debut, "Mr. and Mrs. Bridge"
Played Sargie in "Necessary Roughness", starring Scott Bakula
TV debut in episode of "Hunter" (NBC); also acted in CBS movie "Aftermath: A Test of Love"
Reteamed with Bakula on episode of "Quantum Leap" (NBC)
Debut as a TV series regular, playing Ted, the unscrupulous office mate of Corey Parker's Neil on Fox's twentysomething comedy "Flying Blind"
Had small role as BMW Preppy in Barry Levinson's "Jimmy Hollywood"
Appeared onstage in NYC in the Off-Broadway staging of "Durang, Durang"
Starred alongside brother Paul in the two-character Off-Broadway play "The Blues Are Running" by Michael Crisotofer
Broadway debut in Horton Foote's "The Young Man From Atlanta", starring Rip Torn and Shirley Knight
Portrayed Agent Atkinson in "Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing" (HBO)
Supported wife Kathryn Meisle in New Jersey Shakespeare Festival staging of Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" at
Had small role as a pushy high school friend of filmmaker David Gold in "Judy Berlin"; premiered at Sundance
Appeared as Dan Kotke in critically-acclaimed "Pirates of Silicon Valley" (TNT), starring Noah Wyle as Steve Jobs and Anthony Michael Hall as Bill Gates
Had regular role as Amy Brenneman's uptight brother Peter Gray on "Judging Amy" (CBS)
Played Guildenstern in TV version of "Hamlet" (Odyssey), directed by and starring Campbell Scott