Took on the recurring role of Milkshake on the series "Dice"
Appeared in several episodes of the series "The Mentalist"
Appeared in the comedy "The Dictator"
Appeared in the action comedy "Pineapple Express"
Co-starred in Steve Buscemi's "Lonesome Jim"
Appeared in the Martin Scorsese crime drama "The Departed"
Played leading role in the West Coast premiere of "Lobby Hero"
Co-starred in "Scotland, PA.", a comic take on "Macbeth" set in the world of fast-food restaurants in the early 1970s; screened at Sundance; released theatrically in 2002
Had featured role on the Fox midseason replacement series "Grounded for Life"
Portrayed Jerry Rubin in "Steal This Movie!"
Scripted the Matthew Harrison-directed short "I'll Make You Eat Roses"
With Harrison, co-wrote "Kicked in the Head"; also acted
Had regular role on the CBS sitcom "Pearl"
Won notice for his turn as an unattractive video store clerk in Nicole Holofcener's "Walking and Talking"
Reprised role in DeCillo's "Living in Oblivion", a feature based on the short "Scene Six, Take One"
Had featured role in Jake Paltrow's short "An Eviction Notice"
Initial collaboration with Matthew Harrison, "Rhythm Thief"
Played supporting role of film crew member in Tom DiCillo's short, "Scene Six, Take One"
Played Michael Rappaport's friend in "Zebrahead"
Early TV credits, bit roles in the "CBS Schoolbreak Special" entitled "Flour Babies" and the TV-movie "Rising Son" (TNT)
Had supporting role as Ray Liotta's crippled brother in "Goodfellas"
Played gang member in feature "Lost Angels"
First screen appearance, bit role in "Cocoon: The Return"
Had play produced at the Young Playwrights Festival of Playwrights Horizons in NYC
Made acting debut playing a dead Jesus Christ in a church production (date approximate)
Hounded the casting director of "Lost Angels" in 1989 so continuously that they became friends and Corrigan is now godfather to her child.
Is of Irish and Puerto Rican descent.
Was originally interested in playing the lead role of Paul in "Big Fan," but was happy to opt for the supporting character of Paul's best friend Sal when he heard the leading role would be played by Patton Oswalt.
At age 17, made his way backstage to meet Robert De Niro in 1970 at a play the actor was appearing in by presenting him with a portrait he had drawn of him.
Formed the rock band Skooby Douche.