The Juilliard School
Hendrick Hudson High School
Reprised his role of Harry Goldenblatt for "Sex and the City 2"
Wrote second book, It's Only Temporary...The Good News and the Bad News of Being Alive
Reprised role as Harry Goldenblatt for "Sex and the City: The Movie"
Cast as Charlie Runkle, Hank Moody's (David Duchovny) agent in Showtime's "Californication"
Played a disgruntled writer on NBC's "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip"
Joined the cast of HBO's "Sex and the City" as Harry Goldenblatt, Charlotte's (Kristin Davis) divorce lawyer-turned love interest
Had a recurring role on NBC's political drama, "The West Wing" as campaign strategists, Douglas Wegland
Offered a critically-acclaimed performance as Larry Fine in the ABC movie, "The Three Stooges"
Cast as an angst-ridden multi-millionaire on ABC's "It's Like, You Know..."
Played one of the kidnappers in Ron Howard's "Ransom"
Wrote first book, Time On Fire: My Comedy of Terrors, about his unlikely recovery from Acute myeloid leukemia
Featured in Oliver Stone's "Natural Born Killers"
Performed (also wrote) the critically acclaimed one-man off-Broadway show, "Time On Fire" detailing his fight with leukemia
Made a dramatic exit from the Broadway play, "I Hate Hamlet" when he quit mid-performance after being struck by a sword-wielding Nicol Williamson
Original cast member in John Guare's off-Broadway and Broadway productions of "Six Degrees of Separation"
Went on to star in "Sweet Lorraine" after successful treatments sent his cancer into remission
Cast in Neil Simon’s "Broadway Bound," but was forced to withdrawal from the play when his illness recurred
Was Matthew Broderick’s understudy in Broadway's "Biloxi Blues"; had to drop out after he was diagnosed with cancer
Diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at age 24
Played Eugene in Neil Simon’s "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
Made feature film debut in the military school drama, "Taps"
After a successful recovery, returned to acting in the New York Shakespeare festival production of "The Winter's Tale"
Began career as an intern at the now defunct, Chelsea Theatre Center in NYC
First professional leading role in the off-Broadway production, "Strider: The Story of a Horse"; left the show before it moved to Broadway in order to accept a spot in the actor training program at The Juilliard School
Wrote the screenplay adaptation of "Time on Fire" that garnered an invitation to Robert Redford's Sundance Institute Screenwriter's Lab
Returned to treatment at John Hopkins Hospital and received a bone marrow transplant