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Born: May 20, 1960 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1985:
Made his off-Broadway debut in "Digby"
1985:
Had featured role in the L.A. production of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing"
1986:
Film debut, "Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives"
1987:
Made TV debut on the CBS pilot "Mabel and Max"
1988:
TV mini-series debut, "Favorite Son" (NBC)
1989:
Created role of Jeff in David Stevens' "The Sum of Us" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival
1990:
Starred off-Broadway in "The Sum of Us"
1990:
Landed breakthrough role as Carl Bruner, Patrick Swayze's villainous friend in "Ghost"
1993:
Played smarmy presidential aide in "The Pelican Brief"
1995:
Made Broadway debut in revival of Philip Barry's "Holiday"
1998:
Played Neil Armstrong in the HBO miniseries "From the Earth to the Moon"
1999:
Feature directorial debut, "A Walk on the Moon"; also produced
2001:
Directed second feature "Someone Like You" based on the novel <i>Animal Husbandry</i>
2003:
Starred as Colonel Benjamin Bagley in "The Last Samurai"
2005:
Cast in John Turturro's "Romance & Cigarettes" with James Gandolfini
2006:
Portrayed a deputy haunted by regrets in the IFC project "American Gun"; written and directed by Aric Avelino
2006:
Directed several episodes of the Showtime series "Dexter"
2006:
Directed Zach Braff in "The Last Kiss," based on the 2001 film "L' Ultimo Bacio"
2007:
Cast in a recurring role on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" as Frank Goren, brother of lead character Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio)
2010:
Cast as the philandering business executive in the Broadway musical "Promises, Promises"
2010:
Directed Hilary Swank in "Conviction," based on the true story of a woman who puts herself through law school in order to represent her brother who was wrongfully convicted of murder
2012:
Returned to series television as the president on ABC's "Scandal"

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