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Also Known As: Died:
Born: October 3, 1961 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New Haven, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1971:
Made one-shot appearance in a TV commercial at age nine (date approximately)
1986:
Earned Equity card performing at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (date approximate)
1989:
Had supporting role in Lincoln Center staging of Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure"; Campbell Scott also featured in production
1990:
Film debut, "Mr. and Mrs. Bridge"
1991:
Played Sargie in "Necessary Roughness", starring Scott Bakula
1991:
TV debut in episode of "Hunter" (NBC); also acted in CBS movie "Aftermath: A Test of Love"
1992:
Reteamed with Bakula on episode of "Quantum Leap" (NBC)
1992:
Debut as a TV series regular, playing Ted, the unscrupulous office mate of Corey Parker's Neil on Fox's twentysomething comedy "Flying Blind"
1994:
Had small role as BMW Preppy in Barry Levinson's "Jimmy Hollywood"
1994:
Appeared onstage in NYC in the Off-Broadway staging of "Durang, Durang"
1996:
Starred alongside brother Paul in the two-character Off-Broadway play "The Blues Are Running" by Michael Crisotofer
1997:
Broadway debut in Horton Foote's "The Young Man From Atlanta", starring Rip Torn and Shirley Knight
1997:
Portrayed Agent Atkinson in "Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing" (HBO)
1997:
Supported wife Kathryn Meisle in New Jersey Shakespeare Festival staging of Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" at
1999:
Had small role as a pushy high school friend of filmmaker David Gold in "Judy Berlin"; premiered at Sundance
1999:
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
1999:
Had regular role as Amy Brenneman's uptight brother Peter Gray on "Judging Amy" (CBS)
2000:
Played Guildenstern in TV version of "Hamlet" (Odyssey), directed by and starring Campbell Scott

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