Lincoln Park High School
Joined the cast of the CBS drama "Bull"
Played Michael Ragosa on the medical drama "The Night Shift"
Voiced a role on the animated series "Generator Rex"
Starred on the short-lived action TV series "Chaos"
Made executive producing debut, "Nothing Like the Holidays"; also starred as a solider home for the holidays
Joined the second season of ABC's "Ugly Betty" as Gio, the sandwich cart guy
Cast as El Wray in "Planet Terror," Robert Rodriguez's portion of the double-feature film, "Grindhouse" a collaboration with Quentin Tarantino
Cast as a busboy in Emilio Estevez's directorial debut, "Bobby," an ensemble centered around the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination
Starred in director Wolfgang Petersen's remake of "The Poseidon Adventure"
Played a jockey in the movie "Dreamer" co-starring Dakota Fanning
Had a recurring role as Carla's brother Marco on NBC's "Scrubs"
Played the regular role of mortician Federico Diaz in the acclaimed HBO series "Six Feet Under"; earned an Emmy nomination in 2002 for Supporting Actor in a Drama
Co-starred in the HBO movie "For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story"
Played an obnoxious jock in the ensemble "Can't Hardly Wait"
Appeared opposite John Leguizamo in "The Pest"
First major supporting role in "A Walk in the Clouds"
Played a Vietnam veteran in "Dead Presidents" with Chris Tucker and Larenz Tate
Made feature debut in "The Fence"
Professional acting debut in an episode of the short-lived CBS drama "Polish Hill"
Began performing while still in high school, appearing with the Whirlwind Performance Company
Won scholarship to Chicago's Center for the Gifted; attended for two summers
Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois