Starred on the action-thriller TV series "Designated Survivor"
Played himself in "Zoolander 2"
Starred alongside his father Donald Sutherland in the western "Forsaken"
Reprised his role as Jack Bauer for the TV reboot "24: Live Another Day"
Returned to series television with a starring role as a widower father and airport worker on "Touch" (Fox)
Joined an all star cast for the revival of Broadway's "That Championship Season"
Cast in a featured role in Lars Von Trier's apocalyptic drama "Melancholia"
Narrated the Joel Schumacher-directed drama thriller "Twelve"
Voiced the character of Bosco, the main antagonist, in the live-action film based on the comic strip "Marmaduke"
Voiced General W.R. Monger in the computer-animated 3-D feature "Monsters vs. Aliens"
Played the lead in "Mirrors," a remake of the 2003 South Korean horror film
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (December)
Reprised role of Jack Bauer for the TV-movie, "24: Redemption" (Fox), a prequel to the 7th season of the series; earned Golden Globe, SAG and Emmy nominations for Best Actor in a Television Movie
Co-starred with Michael Douglas and Eva Longoria in "The Sentinel"
Starred opposite Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke in the thriller "Taking Lives"
Cast as artist Paul Gaugin in the biopic "Paradise Found"
Cast in the Joel Schumacher thiller "Phone Booth"
Co-starred with Robert Carlyle in the WWII drama "To End All Wars"; screened at Cannes
Cast as Jack Bauer, a government agent on the Fox drama "24"; received Emmy (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007), SAG (2002, 2005, 2007) and Golden Globe (2003, 2004, 2006, 2007) nominations for Best Actor in Drama Series
Portrayed a sheriff in the black comedy "Picking Up the Pieces" (Cinemax)
Portrayed writer William S. Burroughs in the Sundance-screened drama "Beat"
Directed and co-starred with Holly Hunter in "Woman Wanted"
Had featured role in the underrated "Dark City"
Co-starred with mother Shirley Douglas in an Ottawa stage production of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie"
Feature directorial debut, "Truth or Consequences, N.M."; also co-starred as a psychopathic ex-convict
Starred opposite Sally Field as a freed rapist-murderer in "Eye for an Eye"
Appeared as a Ku Klux Klan leader in "A Time to Kill"; also co-starred father Donald as an alcoholic lawyer
Co-starred with Reese Witherspoon in the HBO film "Freeway"
Had supporting role in the Oscar-nominated short "The Duke of Groove"
Helmed the 'Love and Blood' segment of the Showtime series "Fallen Angels"
Appeared opposite Woody Harrelson in the comedy-drama "The Cowboy Way"
Executive produced the Fox TV-movie "Dark Reflections"
Made directorial debut (also starred) with the Showtime prison drama "Last Light"
Second film with Charlie Sheen, "The Three Musketeers"
Re-teamed with director Rob Reiner in "A Few Good Men"
Cast in the ensemble thriller "Flatliners"; met and fell in love with co-star Julia Roberts
Starred opposite Dennis Hopper in the feature "Flashback"
Teamed with Robert Downey Jr. as draftees in the Vietnam drama "1969"
First of two films with Charlie Sheen as co-star, "Young Guns"
Co-starred as a teenage vampire in "The Lost Boys"
TV-movie debut as a mute teenager in the CBS drama "Trapped in Silence"
Played gang leader Ace Merrill in "Stand By Me"; initial collaboration with director Rob Reiner
U.S. TV debut, 'The Mission' episode of NBC's "Amazing Stories"; directed by Steven Spielberg
Film acting debut, "The Bay Boy"; earned a Genie award nomination
First film appearance, "Max Dugan Returns"; father, Donald Sutherland co-starred
Moved with mother and twin sister to Toronto at age 10
Made stage debut with the Los Angeles Odyssey Theater in "Throne of Straw" at age nine
After parents' divorce, lived with mother in Los Angeles
Parents separated when Sutherland was four
Sutherland was named after screenwriter Warren Kiefer, who wrote the film "Castle of the Living Dead" (1964) in which his father Donald Sutherland was featured.
Sutherland formed the production company Stillwater Films, named for a river that ran on the Montana ranch he once owned.
Sutherland has competed in rodeos since co-starring in "The Cowboy Way" (1984), twice winning the United States Team Roping Championship and placing near the top in other competitions.
On Sept. 25, 2007, Sutherland was arrested on misdemeanor drunk driving charges (his second time since another incident in 2004) after failing a field sobriety test. Officers pulled Sutherland over – around 1:00 a.m. – after he made an illegal U-turn, and he subsequently failed a field sobriety test. He was booked and later released on $25,000 bail. He plead no contest to a DUI charge and agreed to complete a 48 day jail sentence, which began in late December and was completed on Jan. 21, 2008.