|Hostel: Part III||2014||Actor||Carter McMullen||20147|
|Rat in the Can||2002||Actor||Henry||20027|
|The Wizard of Gore||2014||Actor||Edmund Bigelow||20147|
|Princess||2008 2007 - 2008||Actor||William||20087|
|South of Pico||2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|American Crime||2014||Actor||Rob Latrobe||20147|
|This Girl's Life||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||Kip||20057|
|The Nightmare Nanny||2013 2012 - 2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Imaginary Heroes||2004||Actor||Matt Travis||20047|
|Slightly Single in L.A.||2014||Actor||Zach||20147|
|Answer This!||2011||Actor||Lucas Brannstrom||20117|
|Looking For Mr. Right||2014 2013 - 2014||Actor||George Munroe||20147|
|The Rules of Attraction||2002||Actor||Victor||20027|
|Mad Men||2013 2013||Actor||Tim Jablonski||20137|
|Ray Donovan||2014 2014||Actor||FBI Agent Volchek||20147|
|Remember the Titans||2000||Actor||'Sunshine' Bass||20007|
|Whatever It Takes||2000||Actor||Harris||20007|
|ER||2007 2006 - 2007||Actor||Ben Parker||20077|
|But I'm A Cheerleader||2000||Actor||Clayton||20007|
|The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things||2006||Actor||Luther||20067|
|The Trouble With Romance||2009||Actor||Jack||20097|
|Sizzlin' Sixteen 2001||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Interviewee||20017|
|Played a gay teen undergoing 'treatment' in the comedy "But I'm a Cheerleader"|
|Starred with Rose McGowan and Chevy Chase in the offbeat comedy "Vacuums"|
|Cast in the critically acclaimed teen drama "Thirteen" starring Holly Hunter|
|Breakthrough screen role as a high school football player in "Remember the Titans"|
|Acted on an episode of "7th Heaven" (The WB)|
|Cast as Josh Ford in the series pilot of "Popular" (The WB); replaced by actor Bryce Johnson when show went to series|
|Co-starred with Sigourney Weaver and Jeff Daniels in "Imaginary Heroes"|
|Co-starred with Shannyn Sossamon and Ashlee Simpson in "Undiscovered"|
|Featured in "Whatever it Takes", a high school-set reworking of "Cyrano de Bergerac"|
|Cast in the independent drama "Rat in the Can" (aka "Strange Hearts")|
|Cast in a recurring role on "ER" (NBC) as a male nurse who becomes involved with Samantha Taggart (Linda Cardellini)|
|Played a young racecar driver opposite Sylvester Stallone in Renny Harlin's "Driven"|
|Had a supporting role in the thriller "The Glass House"|
|Worked as a production assistant on the ABC sitcom "Townies"|
|Co-starred in writer-director Roger Avary's edgy adaptation of Brett Easton Ellis' "The Rules of Attraction"|
|Modeled for Abercrombie & Fitch, Armani and Polo|
|Jennifer Love Hewitt||Companion||Dated briefly in 2003|
|Rose McGowan||Companion||Met during the filming of "Vacuum" in 2001; No longer together|
|Yale College, Yale University|
|Pardue on being discovered while working as a PA and losing a series job that would have kept him too busy for film work: "I'm definitely the luckiest guy in Hollywood." --to Interview, September 2000.|
|"I don't need anyone else, which is a great feeling, but also a depressing one. No one ever taught me how to shave; no one ever sat down to watch a Braves game with me. I paid for Yale myself, I lived by myself, I taught myself how to play the guitar. I did this all on my own." -- Kip Pardue to Premiere, October 2000.|
|Pardue giving props to his "Remember the Titans" collaborators: "'Titans' was a great experience. It was a script that was heartfelt and it felt like we were making a smaller film. AS opposed to just another high school movie, we had two seasoned actors [Denzel Washington and Will Patton] coaching us along the way.
"They offered us advice, professionalism and ideas all during the filming." --quoted in Variety's "10 Actors to Watch" feature, October 24, 2000.
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