|The Covenant||2006||Actor||Caleb Danvers||20067|
|Chase||2010 2010||Actor||Jackson Cooper||20107|
|Magic City||2013 2011 - 2013||Actor||Stevie Evans||20137|
|The Expanse||2015 2014 - 2015||Actor||Holden||20157|
|Sleeping With the Fishes||2012||Actor||Dominic Sebastiani||20127|
|City Island||2010||Actor||Tony Nardella||20107|
|Sky High||2005||Actor||Warren Peace||20057|
|Third Watch||2001 2001||Actor||Teen Bobby||20017|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("Half Lit")||1|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("House Lights")||1|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("Never Said Anything")||1|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("Pure Example")||1|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("Smart In A Stupid Way")||1|
|Undiscovered||2005||Song Performer||("This Is Living")||1|
|Featured in Bruce Weber’s book, All-American: Short Stories|
|Co-starred in the independent comedy, "City Island"|
|Modeled for Vogue, Details and Pop magazine and worked with photographers Bruce Weber and Herb Ritts|
|Appeared in second feature, "Undiscovered"; also performed several songs on the films soundtrack|
|Began modeling professionally after meeting the head of Boss Models, John Bobin|
|Moved to Los Angeles after graduating from high school|
|Played a teenage superhero named Warren Peace in his film debut, "Sky High"|
|First TV appearance was in an episode of NBC's "Third Watch" playing Bobby Cannavale’s character as a teenager|
|Played the lead role of D'Leh, a prehistoric mammoth hunter, in Roland Emmerich's blockbuster, "10,000 BC"|
|Starred as Caleb Danvers in Renny Harlin's supernatural thriller, "The Covenant"|
|Lynn Collins||Wife||Began dating in 2005; Strait announced they have been married for three months in the March 2008 edition of GQ magazine|
|Xavier High School|
|Black Nexxus Acting Studio|
|Stella Adler Studio of Acting|
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