Nabbed the lead role of Dr. Jason Bull on the CBS drama "Bull"
Played Tony DiNozzo on "NCIS" (CBS)
Played the lead opposite Lynn Redgrave in "Venus and Mars" (lensed 1999)
Co-starred in "Gun Shy" with Liam Neeson and Sandra Bullock
Acted in the USA Network TV-movie thriller "Cabin by the Lake"
Featured in the sequel "The Substitute 4: Failure Is Not an Option" (aired on HBO)
Featured in the period sports drama "Remember the Titans"
Was a series regular on "Dark Angel" (Fox)
Had featured role in "The Last Days of Disco"
Played ne'er-do-well father of the title character's young son on NBC's "Jesse"
Made primetime series debut in the short-lived Fox drama "Significant Others"
Acted in the comedy feature "Meet Wally Sparks"
Appeared in the NBC event miniseries "Asteroid"
Starred in the failed Aaron Spelling drama pilot "Pier 66"; aired as a TV-movie special on ABC
Reprised role of Cooper on the revamped daytime drama "The City" (ABC)
Played Cooper Alden on the ABC soap "Loving"
Had recurring role on the CBS daytime drama "Guiding Light"
Guested on an episode of "The Cosby Show" (NBC) as Theo's college roommate
Moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career; returned to New York after landing a role on the NYC-lensed series "Loving"
Raised in Fairfield County, Connecticut
Made his acting debut in a high school production of "Babes in Arms"
Weatherly was a member of the band The Radar Kings.
Michael Weatherly explaining his vision for the future to People (January 22, 2001): "I'd like to read on a beach in Tahiti. I don't have any plans for world domination, searing everybody with flamethrowing celebrity juice."