Bronx High School of Science
Appeared in the thriller "Term Life"
Directed "The Jungle Book"
Wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the hit indie dramedy "Chef"
Appeared again as Happy Hogan in "Iron Man 3"
Featured in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street"
Cast opposite Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy in "Identity Thief"
Executive produced superhero ensemble "The Avengers" and NBC series "Revolution"
Directed Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford in sci-fi Western mash-up "Cowboys & Aliens"
Returned to direct summer blockbuster "Iron Man 2"; also executive produced and reprised role of Stark's bodyguard
Co-starred with Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, and Kristin Davis in ensemble comedy "Couples Retreat"
Produced and directed big screen adaptation of Marvel Comics' "Iron Man"; also had small role as Happy Hogan, Tony Stark's bodyguard and chauffeur
Voiced Reilly the Beaver in animated comedy "Open Season"
Teamed with Vaughn to co-star in comedy "The Break-Up"
Directed "Jumanji" sequel "Zathura," based on book by Chris Van Allsburg
Played a sports agent opposite Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany in "Wimbledon"
Played Ben Affleck's law partner in comic book superhero film "Daredevil"
Starred as an actor faced with a stalled career in "The Big Empty"
Re-teamed with Janssen and Vaughn to star and direct comedy-drama "Made"
Hosted and executive produced IFC special "Dinner for Five"; picked up as a series in 2002
Appeared in football comedy "The Replacements" opposite Keanu Reeves
Co-starred with Famke Janssen in romantic comedy "Love & Sex"; screened at Sundance Film Festival
Portrayed boxer "Rocky Marciano" in Showtime biopic
Played recurring role of wealthy Pete Becker, a romantic interest of Monica's (Courteney Cox) on NBC's "Friends"
First produced screenplay, "Swingers"; also co-starred with Vaughn
Signed deal to write screenplay for "The Bachelor's Secret Handbook"
Announced deal with Miramax to script, direct and star (with Vaughn) in Western "The Marshal of Revelation"
First supporting role, "Rudy"; first feature with Vince Vaughn
Made feature debut in bit role as a cab driver in "Folks!"
Embarked on a cross-country trip that ended in Chicago where he joined Improv Olympics
Was born and raised in Queens, NY .
Dropped out of Queens College and worked briefly as a maintenance worker.
Appeared in dinner theaters in and around Chicago.