|Killer Diller||2006||Actor||Wesley Benfield||20067|
|Chase||2010 2010||Actor||Bob McGraw||20107|
|The Steve Harvey Show||2002 1995 - 2002||Actor||Bullethead||20027|
|The Winning Season||Actor||Ty Cobb||7|
|October Sky||1999||Actor||Roy Lee||19997|
|Gone in 60 Seconds||2000||Actor||Toby||20007|
|Criminal Minds||2007 2007||Actor||Gary||20077|
|The Opposite of Sex||1998||Actor||Randy||19987|
|Before Women Had Wings||Actor||Hank||7|
|CSI: Miami||2003 2003||Actor||DJ Scorpious||20037|
|The Butterfly Effect||2004||Actor||Tommy Miller||20047|
|Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd||2003||Actor||Carl||20037|
|Black and White||2000||Actor||Will King||20007|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2009 2009||Actor||Jeffrey Luvan||20097|
|Gun||1997 1996 - 1997||Actor||Skinhead||19977|
|Was featured in the acclaimed independent "The Opposite of Sex" as Christina Ricci's Christian boyfriend|
|Raised in Hudson, New York and in Manhattan|
|Signed to star opposite Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett in the World War II actioner "Pearl Harbor"|
|Featured as a car thief in Dominic Sena's remake "Gone in 60 Seconds", starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie|
|Played Bullethead, a likable tough in a group of underachiving misfits, in the high school-set sitcom "The Steve Harvey Show" (The WB)|
|Was awarded Best Actor Award from Columbia University for his performance in the student film "'Tis the Season"|
|Was featured in the ABC TV-movie "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Before Women Had Wings" as the grown son of a troubled 1960s rural family|
|Had guest roles on the short-lived ABC dramas "Cracker" and "Gun"|
|Co-starred as the troubled son of a district attorney who is enamored of hip-hop culture in James Toback's largely improvised drama "Black and White"|
|Appeared with Ashton Kutcher in the thriller "The Butterfly Effect"|
|Had supporting role in the 1957-set biopic "October Sky"|
|Made film debut with a cameo role as the younger incarnation of Loren Dean's character in the futuristic drama "Gattaca"|
|Landed his debut acting role in a Kellogg's Frosted Flakes commercial on his first audition|
|Some of William Lee Scott's barbed commentary about co-workers on various projects, quoted in the New York Post, February 4, 1999: "['Black and White' co-star Claudia Schiffer] plays the girlfriend who kind of sleeps with everyone in the story. Which is ridiculous, because Claudia does not have the brains to actually figure out a way to sleep with that many people. She looked like she could barely get herself from here to the door, man. I'm just getting started. . .
"You could totally tell that [Oprah Winfrey, producer of Scott's first TV-movie outing] was just a completely two-faced woman. She was always switching. You don't want to get on her bad side."
The mag knows that sex sells.
Aubrey Graham, did you really start from the bottom?
Most of them have had more kids, but only one of them was in a porn video.
Are these men drinking from the fountain of youth? Because we sure want some.