Jonathan Slavin was a prolific actor who created a name for himself largely on the big screen. In 1992, he moved to NYC. He raised on a farm outside Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. In 1990, he moved to England to attend drama school; dropped out. Slavin's early acting career was founded on his roles in various dramas, such as "Melrose Place" (Fox, 1991-98), "ER" (NBC, 1994-2009) and "Chicago Hope" (CBS, 1994-2000). He also acted in various film roles at the time, appearing in the comedic adventure "Slappy and the Stinkers" (1998) with B.D. Wong and the comedy "Free Enterprise" (1999) with Rafer Weigel. In the early 2000s, he worked on the silver screen, taking roles in the dramedy "Grand Theft Parsons" (2004) with Johnny Knoxville, the Hilary Duff comedy "A Cinderella Story" (2004) and "Hard Pill" (2005). He also worked in television around this time, including a part on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (CBS, 2000-2015). He spent the early 2000s and the 2010s tackling film roles in "Dirty Girl" (2011) and the comedy adaptation "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" (2014) with Steve Carell. Most recently, Slavin acted on "Dr. Ken" (ABC, 2015-).