Jacob Pitts is an actor whose biggest career jolt came from his co-starring role in the 2004 comedy "EuroTrip," an adventure comedy which had enough cult appeal to warrant two "making-of" style videos. Pitts made his screen debut in 1999 on an episode of the wacky Comedy Central sitcom "Strangers with Candy." After appearing in two film shorts, he made his feature film debut with a supporting role in the 2001 teen crime romance "Tart." Apart from "EuroTrip," through the 2000s Pitts played smaller roles in the big budget flops "K-19: The Widowmaker" and "Across the Universe" before landing a central part in the successful card-counting crime drama "21," which starred Kevin Spacey and Kate Bosworth. Over the same period on television, Pitts earned single episode guest spots on "Law & Order" and "Sex and the City" in 2000, but didn't luck into a recurring character until 2010, when he landed two of them simultaneously: as PFC Bill "Hoosier" Smith in the Steven Spielberg-produced, World War II mini-series "The Pacific," and as Tim Gutterson, one of the lead characters in the FX crime drama "Justified," a series about a rogue U.S. Marshal figure--Raylan Givens--who's been re-assigned to work in the coal-mining region of Eastern Kentucky, and who employs his own logic toward justice.