Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Co-starred in "The 5th Wave"
Began starring on the crime drama series "Ray Donovan"
Cast alongside Seann William Scott in the sport comedy "Goon"
Appeared in the action thriller "Salt," starring Angelina Jolie in the title role as a CIA officer accused of being a Russian spy
Co-starred with Scarlett Johansson in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge"; earned a Tony Award nomination for Leading Actor in a Play
Co-starred in the futuristic thriller "Repo Men"
Played a transvestite in Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock"
Cast as Sabretooth opposite Hugh Jackman in the Marvel Comics film "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"
Co-starred in Edward Zwick's World War II drama "Defiance"
Joined the cast of "CSI" (CBS) with a recurring four-episode arc playing a seasoned CSI veteran
Cast in the Broadway production of Eric Bogosian's "Talk Radio"; earned a Tony nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play
Co-starred with Julia Stiles in the remake of "The Omen" taking over the role originally played by Gregory Peck
Co-starred in John Curran's adaptation of the Somerset Maugham novel "The Painted Veil"
Made screenwriting and directing debut with "Everything Is Illuminated" about a young Jewish American man's journey to Ukraine to find the woman who saved his grandfather during World War II
Starred in the HBO original movie "Lackawanna Blues" based on Ruben Santiago-Hudson autobiographical one man show
Offered a Tony award winning performance in "Glengarry Glen Ross," Joe Mantello's high-octane revival of David Mamet's play
Starred as a U.S. soldier kidnapped by the enemy and brainwashed during the the Gulf War in "The Manchurian Candidate," directed by Jonathan Demme
Starred in the TV movie "Hitler: The Rise of Evil" (CBS)
Starred opposite Ben Affleck in "The Sum of All Fears," based on the Tom Clancy novels about CIA analyst Jack Ryan
Played Iago to Keith David's Othello in a New York Shakespeare Festival production off-Broadway
Co-starred opposite Jeanne Tripplehorn in "Dial 9 for Love"
Reprised Cotton Weary for "Scream 3"
Landed featured role in "Pay It Forward," starring Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt
Returned to Broadway, co-starring with Juliette Binoche in a revival of "Betrayal"
Portrayed Orson Welles in the HBO movie "RKO 281," about the making of "Citizen Kane"; gained 25 pounds for the role and earned an Emmy nomination
Played a man whose wife engages in an affair in the 1960s-set "A Walk on the Moon"
Co-starred in "Spring Forward," Tom Gilroy's directorial debut; served as associate producer; made directorial debut filming a behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of the film
Appeared as Reese Witherspoon's boyfriend in Robert Benton's "Twilight"
Offered amusing turn as the wigged-out deputy in "Phantoms," adapted by Dean Koontz from his novel
Cast as the villain Iachimo and the god Jupiter in Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" performed in NYC's Central Park
Portrayed an astrophysicist in Barry Levinson's "Sphere"
Reprised role as Cotton Weary in Craven's "Scream 2"
Played Anne Heche's ex-beau in "Walking and Talking"
Originated role of accused killer Cotton Weary in Wes Craven's "Scream"
Appeared in third film with Posey, "The Daytrippers"; played her garrulous writer-boyfriend
Portrayed one of the kidnappers in Ron Howard's "Ransom"
Co-starred in the indie film "Denise Calls Up"
Acted in the CBS TV miniseries "Buffalo Girls"
TV-movie debut "A Silent Betrayal" (CBS)
Made film acting debut playing a British bouncer opposite Parker Posey in "Party Girl"
Cast as a drag queen in Nora Ephron's "Mixed Nuts"; again co-starring Parker Posey
Made Broadway debut in "In the Summer House" co-starring Dianne Wiest
Was raised on NYC's Lower East Side.