Beverly Hills High School
Reprised voice role of Melman the Giraffe in "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted"
Produced and directed the drama "Trust" about a young girl targeted by an online sexual predator
Returned to theater, playing George Gibbs in Thornton Wilder's three-act play "Our Town" at the Lookingglass Theatre in Chicago
Made feature directorial debut with the British comedy "Run, Fat Boy, Run," starring Simon Pegg and Thandie Newton
Directed Stephen Belber's off-Broadway play "Fault Lines"
Once again lent his voice to Melman the Giraffe in "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa"
Made his Broadway debut in a revival of Herman Wouk's "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" playing Lt. Barney Greenwald
Made London stage debut portraying a low-down, dirty womanizer in Neil LaBute's dark comedy "Some Girls"
Voiced the hypochondriac giraffe Melman in the animated feature "Madagascar"
Directed episodes of the "Friends" spinoff "Joey" (NBC), starring Matt LeBlanc
Played featured role as Captain Herbert Sobel in the HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers"
Directed first TV movie, "Since You've Been Gone" (ABC); also acted in the film
Played supporting role opposite Harrison Ford and Anne Heche in romantic comedy "Six Days Seven Nights"
Starred opposite Jason Lee and Mili Avital in the comedy "Kissing a Fool"; also executive produced
Co-starred with Chris Cooper in the HBO comedy "Breast Men"
First starring role in a feature film, "The Pallbearer"
Made producing debut with the short "Shoot the Moon," written and directed by Tom Hodges
Signed non-exclusive multi-picture deal with Miramax to participate in three films with an option for fourth
Portrayed palaeontologist Dr. Ross Geller on NBC's hit ensemble comedy "Friends"; earned an Emmy nomination in 1995; directed several episodes throughout the show's ten-year run
Made debut as a TV series regular on the short-lived Fox sitcom "Monty"
Cast in a recurring role on the ABC drama "NYPD Blue" playing an unsteady mugging victim
Landed recurring role as an ambitious lawyer on the NBC legal drama "L.A. Law"
Feature acting debut, "Crossing the Bridge"
First recurring role in a series, as Olivia d'Abo's hippie boyfriend on "The Wonder Years" (ABC)
TV-movie debut, "A Deadly Silence" (ABC)
Co-founded the Lookingglass Theater Company in Chicago, IL