|Goodbye to All That||2014||Actor||Otto Wall||20147|
|The Babymakers||2012||Actor||Tommy Macklin||20127|
|Parks and Recreation||2010 2008 - 2010||Actor||Mark Brendanawicz||20107|
|Live Free or Die||2007||Actor||Lagrand||20077|
|How to Lose Your Lover||2003||Actor||Owen||20037|
|Black Eyed Dog||2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Water for Elephants||2011||Actor||Charlie||20117|
|The Divide||2014 2013 - 2014||Actor||Clark Rylance||20147|
|Bright Star||2009||Actor||Charles Armitage Brown||20097|
|Lars and the Real Girl||2007||Actor||Gus||20077|
|All the Real Girls||2003||Actor||Paul||20037|
|George Washington||2000||Actor||Rico Rice||20007|
|The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford||2007||Actor||Dick Liddil||20077|
|The Rough South of Larry Brown||2001||Actor||("Wild Thing")||20017|
|The Flowers of War||2011||Actor||n/a||20117|
|The Family Stone||2005||Actor||Brad Stevenson||20057|
|Third Watch||2003 2003||Actor||Warner||20037|
|Away We Go||2009||Actor||Courtney||20097|
|Perfectly Prudence||2011 2010 - 2011||Director||n/a||4|
|Made directorial debut with the independent film "Pretty Bird"; also wrote screenplay|
|Met writer-director David Gordon Green while attending NCSA|
|While still in school co-wrote the screenplay "All the Real Girls" with Green|
|Featured in Cameron Crowe’s "Elizabethtown"|
|Played the lead role, opposite Zooey Deschanel, in "All the Real Girls"; directed by Green|
|Cast as a member of the outlaw Jesse James Gang in the drama "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"|
|Acted in several of Green’s short films|
|Played a serial rapist in three episodes of NBC’s "Third Watch"|
|Made feature acting debut in Green’s debut feature, "George Washington"|
|Played Rachel McAdams’ love interest in the holiday hit, "The Family Stone"|
|Played Ryan Gosling’s brother in the independent drama "Lars and the Real Girl"|
|Cast as Amy Poehler’s colleague and love interest in the NBC comedy "Parks and Recreation"|
|Played the lead role in "50 Ways to leave Your Lover"|
|University of North Carolina School of the Arts|
Chris Hemsworth as John Smith? Yes, please. We cast (or re-cast) celebs as their Disney character counterparts.
You'll be surprised by the names on these celebrities' birth certificates!
Are these men drinking from the fountain of youth? Because we sure want some.
You won't believe how cute these celebrities' furry friends are! We want to adopt a dog of our own now.
We all know what Hilary Duff and Miley Cyrus are up to...but what about their best friends?