A versatile veteran of both film and television, actor Benjamin Bratt came to prominence during the 1990s with his Emmy-nominated work on the perennial procedural, "Law & Order" (NBC, 1990-2010), where he spent four seasons as homicide detective Reynaldo Curtis. Prior to that role, Bratt had a number of supporting parts in movies like "Demolition Man" (1993), "Clear and Present Danger" (1994) and "The River Wild" (1994). In addition to his television fame, Bratt found himself a tabloid fixture when he began dating "America's Sweetheart" Julia Roberts, before the couple parted ways just shy of four years and after her 2001 Oscar win, bringing the private actor much dreaded headlines. After leaving "Law & Order" in 1999, he had co-starring roles in a number of divergent films, playing the head of a Mexican drug cartel in "Traffic" (2000), the partner of a bumbling FBI agent in "Miss Congeniality" (2000), a streetwise poet in "Piñero" (2001) and a loyal brother-in-law in "The Woodsman" (2004). He made a return to television as the star of the short-lived military drama "E-Ring" (2005-06), before returning to features for "The Great Raid" (2005) and "Love in the Time of Cholera" (2007). Bratt established himself as an actor of significant depth as the lead of the gritty serialized addiction drama, "The Cleaner" (A&E, 2008-09), and moved on to primetime soaps with a recurring-turned-regular role on the popular medical drama, "Private Practice" (ABC, 2007-13). Whether as the lead or in a supporting role, Bratt maintained a broad range of appeal in a wide array of performances.