Appeared in two features, Lee Tamahori's "Mulholland Falls" and Steve Buscemi's feature directing debut, "Trees Lounge"
Returned to the Ned Blessing role for the feature "Lone Justice"
TV series debut as regular in CBS sitcom "Sydney"
Portrayed Julius Krug, the former secretary of the interior in HBO Films' "Grey Gardens."
Cast in Showtime's "Our Fathers," an adaptation of David France's epic book about the sex scandals in the Roman Catholic Church
Feature debut in "Born on the Fourth of July"
Portrayed Charles Bronson's son in CBS movie "A Family of Cops"; replaced by Joe Penny in sequels
Starred opposite Daryl Hannah in HBO remake of "Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman"
Acted opposite significant other Isabella Hofmann in NBC movie "Twisted Desire"
TV debut in NBC movie "Too Good to be True"
Cast in a recurring role in the final episodes of HBO's Emmy-winning mob drama "The Sopranos"
Delivered arguably his best feature work to date in "John Carpenter's Vampires" as James Woods' vampire-hunting partner (filmed before hotel incident)
Feature directorial debut, "Fall"; also co-starred with Michael Madsen and Chad McQueen; released direct-to-video
First sizeable film role in "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man"
Had regular role of Detective Beau Felton on NBC series "Homicide: Life on the Street"
Had small role in Stephen Frears' "Hero" starring Dustin Hoffman
Played title role in "Ned Blessing: The True Story of My Life" (CBS); not cast in the short-lived 1993 series ("Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times") that followed
Replaced by Michael Rispoli in "It Had to Be You" after much-publicized cocaine overdose at NYC's Plaza Hotel
Starred in "Paparazzi" about a celebrity who turns the tables on a persistent photographer; produced by Mel Gibson
Took on the recurring role of Moe Kitchener on the series "Cold Case."
Appeared on the procedural "Hawaii Five-O."
Appeared in the horror comedy "Lady Psycho Killer."